Carl Froch thinks the Earth is flat and accuses NASA of being fake

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Carl Froch has today revealed that he believes the Earth to be flat and that NASA is a "fake space agency" too.

Former world super-middleweight champion Froch has said it would take "someone like Richard Branson" to get him to change his mind - by flying him into space.

Nottingham-born Froch described NASA's pictures as being "like cartoons".

"There's no proof of the Earth's curvature, and this fake space agency Nasa use CGI images, and everyone is different. I'm looking at them thinking, 'Hang on a minute, they're like cartoons,'" said 42-year-old Froch, according to the Daily Star.

"The Earth is flat, 100%.

"When someone like Richard Branson goes up there and starts doing chartered flights... and you can look back on Earth and see the Earth's curvature, I'll believe the Earth is a globe."

The theory of "Flat Earth" has become more prevalent in recent years with other celebrities like Kyrie Irving, Freddie Flintoff and B.o.B all referring to it.

As a conspiracy, it centres around the idea that NASA faked pictures to make up a lie that planet Earth's people might believe.

These comments aren’t the first that Froch has made about things to do with space and NASA - in 2018 he stated that he believed the moon landing was fake.


"Apparently, we've been to the moon in 1969, 1970. We've been there six times - I don't believe a word of it. Some people do."

Froch, who now works as a boxing pundit for Sky Sports, made these revelations while giving his opinion on the chances of Anthony Joshua setting foot in the ring with David Haye.

"If David Haye says that he can go to the moon and rewind the clock and do it all again – for his own sake, I hope he can.

"Some people do believe it though, and to me, that is a miracle.”

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