"Bute Won't Be Quite The Same Again"

BY The Sweet Science ON May 30, 2012
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"The Bute win is the jewel in the crown in Froch's career - now, we'll surely get a hyped rematch vs Kessler. Much more sense, drama and action in that than a second shut-out loss to Ward. And as Bute always seemed to have all the goods, and had me slobber all over my computer many a night as I streamed his fights in Montreal, I now should retire from ever making a prediction again. Which I won't, the same way Bute won't be quite the same again. That was a hellacious beating, and hadn't the fight ended then and there - he could have gotten seriously hurt." --Our man Grimm has hung up his prediction gloves

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