Carl Froch has stated that he has no interest in fighting Andre Ward because he would "probably beat me on points”.
Froch was previously defeated by Ward in 2011 on a unanimous points decision which saw the American retain the WBA Super Middleweight title.
Carl Froch was speaking exclusively to BT Sport's 'Boxing Tonight' programme, to see the full interview watch BT Sport 1 from 10.15pm tonight.
During the interview the Cobra also claimed that if he does not fight Julio Cesar Chavez Jr in Las Vegas, he will retire.
The Nottingham boxer wants to end his career on a high and if the fight with Chavez doesn't take place we could be saying to goodbye to the great champion.
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Froch hasn't fought since last May's rematch defeat of George Groves in front of a 77,000 strong crowd at Wembley Stadium in one of the most anticipated fights in British boxing history.
Groves had looked strong in both fights but after a controversial end to the first fight, the cobra made sure that there would be no controversy after the rematch, knocking out Groves with a devastating right hook.
It looks like the cobra's boxing career may be coming to an end with his last fight being the highest grossing British boxing match unless the Vegas fight with Chavez can be arranged.