Watch with Froch

Carl Froch will be taking over the @SkySportsBoxing Twitter account on Wednesday for Sky Sports' first ever tweet-along.

Last Updated: 25/04/13 at 08:31 Post Comment

The IBF super-middleweight champion will meet Mikkel Kessler at The O2 Arena on May 25 - a rematch of their 2010 encounter.

And ahead of that fascinating clash Sky Sports will be screening their titanic first battle - exactly three years on to the day - while Froch simultaneously live tweets.

The 35-year-old will give a unique insight into what he was thinking and feeling each round and will also be interacting with fans and answering their questions throughout the night.

Sky Sports presenter and former WBO cruiserweight, Johnny Nelson, will join Froch in the tweet-along, while viewers can get involved in the discussion by tweeting @SkySportsBoxing and using the hashtag #WatchWithFroch.

So tune in for Watch With Froch, Wednesday, Sky Sports 2 HD, 10.15pm.

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