Super Six results, match-ups, the Super Six Tournament standings, bracket and more!
After more than two years of fights, three preliminary stages and plenty of drama, hype and controversy, the Super Six World Boxing Classic has finally concluded. Andre Ward defeated Carl Froch in the Super Six Finals match, taking home the tournament championship, two of the super middleweight title belts and a whole bag full of scalps from the division’s best fighters. Right here on this page, you can find a full recap and home base for everything that was in the Super Six tournament, including fight results, previews, standings, pictures and more.
Super Six Final Results
Andre Ward – Tournament Record: 5 – 0
Carl Froch – Tournament Record: 3- 2
Super Six Championship Match
Super Six Bracket
Fighters No Longer in the Tournament
- Jermain Taylor – 0 points – 1 loss via knockout
- Mikkel Kessler – 2 points – Record: – 1 – 1; 1 win via decision; 1 loss via technical decision; withdrew with eye injury
- Andre Dirrell – 2 points – Record: 1 – 1; 1 win via DQ, 1 loss via decision; withdrew with head injury
- Allan Green – 0 points – Record: 0 -2 ; 1 loss via decision; 1 loss via knockout; Replaced Jermain Taylor
- Arthur Abraham – 3 points – Record: 1 (1) – 3 – Eliminated in Semifinals by Andre Ward
- Glen Johnson – 3 points – 1 (1) – 1 – Eliminated in Semifinals by Carl Froch
Super Six Rules:
- Fighters are awarded 2 points for a win, plus an additional point for a KO or TKO.
- If there is a draw, 1 point is awarded to both fighters.
- Fighters get 0 points for a loss.
- The first three stages are the group stages. After which, the top four fighters advance into a single-elimination tournament.
- If a fighter drops out, a substitute fighter will be brought in.
Super Six Tiebreakers
Going into Stage 3 of the tournament, Andre Ward is the only fighter assured of advancing. For the others, some tiebreakers can come into play, starting first with head to head results, then the most knockouts and stoppage wins, then scorecard points. If more than two fighters are tied, then the first head-to-head ranking is skipped. Read this article for a more thorough breakdown of the Super Six tiebreaker rules.
Super Six Semifinal Matches
- Andre Ward vs. Arthur Abraham – May 14th, 2011 – WBA Super Middleweight Title – Results
- Carl Froch vs. Glen Johnson – June 4th, 2011 – WBC Super Middleweight Title – Results
Super Six Stages 3 Matches
Allan Green vs. Glen Johnson- November 6th, 2010 – Johnson KOs Green
Arthur Abraham vs. Carl Froch – Nov 27, 2010 – Froch wins decision
Andre Ward vs. Sakio Bika – November 27, 2010 – Ward wins decision
Super Six Stage 2 Matches
Andre Dirrell vs. Arthur Abraham – March 27, 2010 – Dirrell wins via disqualification
Mikkel Kessler vs. Carl Froch – April 24, 2010 – Kessler wins via unanimous decision
Andre Ward vs Allan Green – June 19, 2010 – Ward wins via unanimous decision
Super Six Stage 1 Matches
Jermain Taylor vs. Arthur Abraham – October 17, 2009 – Abraham wins via KO
Andre Dirrell vs. Carl Froch – October 17, 2009 – Froch wins via Split Decision
Andre Ward vs. Mikkel Kessler – November 21, 2009 – Ward wins via Technical Decision
Super Six Photo Galleries
Don’t forget to visit our photo galleries either. We’ve compiled a large and growing collection of images and photos from the Super Six World Boxing Classic, and you can see them all here.
- Super Six Finals Pictures – Ward vs. Froch
- Semifinals Pictures
- Stage 3 Fight and Event Pictures
- Stage 1 Fight and Event Pictures
- Stage 2 Fight and Event Pictures
As the Super Six continues on over the coming months, ProBoxing-Fans.com will continue to be your resource for news, previews, results and all the information you need for the Super Six! Keep on checking in for updated standings, previews of all of the matches, results and recaps for the fights, photographs and images from the events, and much more.