Glenn McCrory on Callum Smith's growth and Carl Froch's future fights

Glenn McCrory on Callum Smith's growth and Carl Froch's future fights

Carl Froch was in superb form on Saturday night againts Mikkel Kessler - but another super-middleweight caught my eye, too.

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David Cronin says...

Glenn you couldn't be more right about Callum Smith, coming from a family that is truly engrossed in the game and looking the best prospect from them all, states just shows exactly how good this lad can be. Seems immensely humble at such a young age, and is someone who wears autism on the front of his trunks raising awareness of it, is testament to the man and family. Can also see him going the old fashion route for things, lonsdale, European, Commonwelth routes to get to the world titles. Needs a step up or two in class (Although i understand he's not fighting again for a few months) and ultimately he'll end up at light heavy-weight and possible fights with Bellew and Cleaverly is something that he can aspire too. This is one man I will watch closely as he can be that good.

Posted 10:03 3rd June 2013

Stephen Cunningham says...

Hi Glenn do you think groves has a chance against froch? Personally i think groves sees the big pay day and generally isn't in the same league as froch, kessler and ward but with only 15 fights or so groves could potentially be up there in a couple of years but seems to be rushing up the ladder too quick.

Posted 10:07 2nd June 2013

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