Carl Froch's promoter, Eddie Hearn, says Carl needs time off while he finds exciting options to try to convince Carl to fight again:
"We had a chat at his flat today and I said to him 'as sad as it is, this fight means so much, because this is what you're going to be remembered for'. He's heaped so much pressure on himself - like he said he's had George Groves in his head and in his ear for a year now...
...it's time for him to have a lovely summer break and for me to carve out any opportunities and to present them to Rob and Carl. If they float his boat then I'm sure he'll fight again. If they don't, who knows?!"
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