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Carl Froch of Britain, left, and Mikkel Kessler of Denmark pose for media during a press conference at O2 Arena in London, Wednesday, May 22, 2013. Carl Froch fights Mikkel Kessler in a super middleweight world title unification boxing match at O2 Arena on Saturday. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)
Carl Froch of Britain, left, and Mikkel Kessler of Denmark pose for media during a press conference at O2 Arena in London, Wednesday, May 22, 2013. Carl Froch fights Mikkel Kessler in a super middleweight world title unification boxing match at O2 Arena on Saturday. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)
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(AP) Three years after losing his unbeaten record and WBC super-middleweight title to Danish fighter Mikkel Kessler, Carl Froch has the chance to make amends on home soil.


Froch and Kessler meet Saturday night at London's O2 Arena in a unification bout. Froch holds the IBF title and Kessler is the current WBA champion.


Since losing on points to Kessler after 12 brutal rounds in Denmark in 2010, Froch has enjoyed an impressive resurgence and improved his career record to 30-2.


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