Conor McGregor called out by the former boxing world champion Carl Froch

Carl Froch thinks he can beat Conor Mcgregor

by Aryan Lakhani
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Conor McGregor called out by the former boxing world champion Carl Froch

Inside the cage or outside, Conor Mcgregor never fails to entertain his fans; he recently reacted to Carl Froch claiming to beat him in the ring. Nowadays, anything is possible; it could be a potential match up. McGregor, in multiple interviews, has admitted that he wants to return to the boxing ring, so it is likely for the fans to see him in the boxing ring.

Carl Froch has had a great career with a professional record of 33-2 (24 KO's). He has mentioned about fighting Conor McGregor on podcasts and other platforms "I'd fight Conor McGregor in the cage. I could be getting myself in trouble here or into a position I can't wiggle out of, but I think I'd take him on in the cage.

He's too small." Froch said, as quoted by Michael Benson on Twitter. To which Conor Mcgregor replied, "@EddieHearn, get this signed up lad". Perhaps it's a fight that can take place after McGregor returns to UFC later on this year to fight against Michael chandler.

Carl Forch on fighting Conor Mcgregor

Recently on his YouTube channel, Froch on Fighting, he spoke about fighting Conor McGregor and how it would play out if the two ever squared off in the octagon. "If I'm fighting Conor McGregor in the cage, I'd train harder, because I'd fight Conor McGregor in the cage," said Froch, as quoted by mirror.co.uk.

"I could be getting myself in trouble here or into a position I can't wiggle out of, but I think I'd take him on in the cage. Is that ridiculous? Is that wrong? I'd take him on in the cage, he's too small". Conor Mcgregor said a lot more in the past, but those tweets are now deleted.

It will be very interesting to see if McGregor ever ends up in the cage or the boxing ring against Carl Froch, all fans would love to see the matchup, and it would definitely break the internet. (Photo credit: Arnold Jerocki/FilmMagic via Getty Images and Mike Egerton/PA Images via Getty Images)

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