Carl Froch hailed this eighth-round Saturday night sledgehammer as the pinnacle of his career.
‘If this is all I do in boxing, I’ll be a happy man,” he said.
There was 80,000 people at Wembley for Froch-Groves II, and this KO lived up to the stunning spectacle of the intro.
Ref Charlie Fitch had no option but to stop proceedings as Froch (36) retained his IBF and WBA world titles against his 26-year-old challenger.
Here’s a Vine of the hit from another angle…
Meanwhile, one Paddy Power customer could be waking up with a sore head too, but with a swelled e-wallet all the same. The UK punter had a very respectable double on Degale and Froch in ’round betting’ to take home a sweet £5,270.
Londoner James DeGale (28) had seized a world title shot as he beat unbeaten American Brandon Gonzales in round four of their IBF super-middleweight eliminator at Wembley before the main event on Saturday night.