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"Thats something Im going to have to work on in the gym." One judge scored it 118-110 and two others had it 115-113 for Ward. "We wanted to fight inside and outside, and we pulled it off," Ward said. "I was actually surprised at how slow Froch was. He was as slow as he was on tape. cheap jerseys usa. " Ward and Froch were slated to meet Oct. 29 before Ward was injured in training and the fight was rescheduled. Ward needed stitches for a cut above his right eye. Ward still hasnt lost a bout since he was an amateur. He entered the Super Six tourney as an underdog to the more experienced Arthur Abraham, Froch and Mikkel Kessler. His masterful performance in Atlantic City proved himself as the best of them all. Ward smothered Froch when they were close, then ducked and slipped and kept his distance from Froch for most of the bout. Ward said he was surprised at how slow Froch was during the 12-round fight. 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The 26-month tournament took a bit of a hit in prestige and dragged on as various boxers dropped out because of injuries. And other contenders, such as IBF champion Lucian Bute, opted not to participate. Frochs loss is yet another blow to British boxing, which has suffered since former champions Joe Calzaghe and Ricky Hatton retired. Heavyweight David Haye lost support with a listless performance against champion Wladimir Klitschko last July, and middleweight prospect Darren Barker has yet to record a signature victory. But no matter to Ward. He proved himself as one of the elite, posting an 11th-round TKO over Kessler, then winning decisions over Allan Green and Abraham. He also beat Sakio Bika over that span. Ward dominated with the sharp left hook in the first few rounds to set the tone for the rest of the lopsided bout and add the tournament trophy to go with his Olympic gold and his collection of alphabet belts. 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