A coin was tossed during the Froch v Kessler presser to see who would walk into the arena first due to then both being champions. Kessler won the toss and chose to walk in second.
This pleased Froch, who said he would have chosen first – a decision he made against Lucien Bute who he later went on to beat.
He also said that walking in first would be harder for Kessler who would hear the roar of the home crowd in the 18,000 packed arena.
Carl Froch secured his legacy as one of British boxing's modern greats with a unanimous decision win over Mikkel Kessler in London.
Nottingham's IBF world super-middleweight champion Carl Froch is favourite to avenge his first professional defeat against Mikkel Kessler.
Mikkel Kessler says he is "more than ready" for his rematch with Nottingham's IBF super-middleweight champion Carl Froch on Saturday.