After being floored in the first, and the referee calling it in the ninth - see how Froch fought for his title in pictures.
Carl Froch held an open training session in Nottingham today as the countdown begins to his world title defence on Saturday.
A civic reception is to be held tomorrow in honour of boxer Carl Froch, who was crowned super-middleweight world champion last month.
Nottingham's Carl Froch admits he has everything to lose as he defends his IBF super-middleweight title against Yusaf Mack next month.
Froch defends it against the American on 17 November after defeating Lucian Bute in May to become a three-time world champion.
Carl Froch has come face to face with the man who he'll fight in Nottingham in just over a month.
In his last fight Carl regained the the World title, and he told our sports correspondent Steve Clamp he doesn't intend to give that belt up.
Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson will be in Leicester tonight.
The controversial fighter will be appearing at a special 'evening with' at Leicester Colosseum.
Super middleweight champion Carl Froch met his next opponent at a press conference today.
Carl the Cobra spoke of respect for his American opponent, Yusef Mack, but said after his last performance, in which he destroyed one of the world's best fighters, he has nothing to fear
Carl Froch is giving a press conference today ahead of his IBF World Super Middleweight title defence fight against Yusaf Mack. We'll bring you all the latest on the press conference as it happens.
Amateur star Kal Yafai is ready to put his Olympic disappointment behind him and begin a "new chapter" in his career as he makes his professional debut in Sheffield today.
The Birmingham bantamweight is ready to close the door on hit amateur career by switching to the paid ranks on the undercard of Kell Brook's fight with American Carson Jones this weekend.
It is also a chance for Yafai to move on from his disappointment at missing out on a place at this summer's London Olympics to Welshman Andrew Selby.
– Kal Yafai
"I'm looking forward to getting those 8oz gloves on. I want to just get in there to show people how good I can be and that I'm a future star."
Nottinghamshire Chamber of Commerce says the weekend's sport will be a huge boost for the area's economy.
The chamber says the fixtures will attract worldwide media attention for cricket and boxing fans, bringing thousands of fans into the city to spend their money in hotels, bars, restaurants and shops.
Carl Froch fights Lucian Bute for the IBF super-middleweight title at the Capital FM Arena in his home town of Nottingham on Saturday.
ITV Central has caught up with the two-time world champion at his home as he prepares for the fight