World boxing champion Carl Froch says he's going to make challenger Yusaf Mack "feel the pain" in the ring this weekend.Froch defends his IBF Super-Middleweight title at the Capital FM arena in his home city of Nottingham on Saturday.
The bookies rate Mack 9-1 against pulling off a victory but the Cobra insists he's not underestimating his American opponent.During an edgy press conference at the Arena, Mack said he was "ready to rumble" in what is the biggest fight of his career.
The American will have to overcome not only a supremely confident Froch but also a sellout 9000 crowd.
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