Re: If YOU were Joe Calzaghe, would you come out of retirement to fight Andre Ward?
Have you read Zod's links?
Frank W said "And what Joe fails to mention, is I stuck by him for years when TV companies wanted to dump him - and some did"
He also said "back then the only way I could get him on air was to piggy-back deals made for Ricky Hatton and Amir Khan."
Like I mentioned in my last post, when you're fighting Manfredo at 35, to gain U.S. exposure, you know you've made some terrible choices in your career!
You might as well end the thread now.
And you say Roy didn't want to know?
Nobody was bothered about Joe.
He only has himself to blame. The opportunities were there, but he was too reluctant to take them.