Champ Froch ready for his public weigh-in
NOTTINGHAM world champion Carl Froch and challenger Yusaf Mack will come together for the last time today before he puts his IBF title on the line at the Capital FM Arena tomorrow night.
The pair are set to go face-to-face for the weigh-in at the Albert Hall in the city at 1pm ahead of their super-middleweight bout.
And the public are being urged to head to the venue to show their support for three-time world champion Froch.
The 35-year-old is a big favourite to win the headline bout on the 'True Brit' bill after his demolition of previously unbeaten Lucian Bute in Nottingham back in May.
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And while his Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn is already looking at super bouts with the likes of Bute, Mikkel Kessler and Andre Ward for 2013, he insists his fighter is not looking beyond the threat of American Mack, who has recently fought at light-heavyweight.
But Hearn also knows another devastating display by the Cobra will only make him more of an household name in Britain ahead of an exciting 2013.
Hearn said: "Carl is focused solely on this fight, nothing else. He is not looking beyond the dangerous threat of Mack. I take care of that side of things.
"Carl likes a fight but is intelligent too and puts on a great show. This will be no different.
"The British public get behind him as their number one fighter and when he steps into the ring, he puts everything on the line.
"Mack will find that out and that is why Carl is such a special fighter."