London, June 02 : Post defeating British boxer George Groves during a rematch, Nottingham star Carl Frochhas reportedly admitted that there are a few ambitions left for him in boxing and the one that is still burning is the famous Nevada Strip in Las Vegas. Froch is currently thinking about heading to Las Vegas in the final chapter of his shinning career, as he wants his name to decorate the Nevada Strip, where all the biggest names in boxing have at one stage employed their trade.

According to the Daily Express, Froch said that he has always wanted to box in Vegas, as it is where all the big names have performed, adding that the idea of seeing his name up in lights in Vegas does appeal to him. Froch, who is planning to spend this summer with his family in his Nottingham garden before going to Vegas, said that the first time he went to Vegas it was for Naseem Hamed versus Marco Antonio Barrera and he came back broke as he lost all the money he bet on Hamed who lost the bout then.

However, the IBF and WBA super-middleweight champion said that he has bad memories of Vegas but he can go out there again and maybe win his money back. Meanwhile, whom Froch will box in Floyd Mayweather Jr’s territory of operation is still a lingering question as the boxer may consider facing American Andre Ward or Julio Cesar Chavez Jr or even Gennady Golovokin, the report added.