CARL FROCH has laughed off the trolling he received from Amir Khan's wife after he urged his fellow Brit to retire.
The Cobra found himself in the crosshairs of Faryal last month after he called for King Khan to call it a day following defeat in his grudge match with Kell Brook.
Froch took no offence to her claims that he was 'rude and annoying', telling Boxing Social: “I didn’t make anything of it at all.
“All I did was crack up laughing and then go about my day.”
Khan, 35, was stopped in the sixth round of his domestic dust-up with former IBF welterweight champ Brook.
The Olympic silver medallist has reportedly activated the rematch clause in his contract to face the Sheffield slugger.
But former super-middleweight champ Froch has told him: “It’s time to hang the gloves up.
"It’s finished, it’s done, he’s got zero punch resistance.
“When you can’t take a shot, it’s dangerous. You know this in training because in sparring you get with shots.
“Amir Khan’s either not sparring or he’s sparring and he knows he’s shot to bits.
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“Either way he’s got the answer that he shouldn’t be stepping in the professional boxing ring again, ever.
“If he listens to this, I hope he takes my advice.
“I know his wife wasn’t very happy about my comments, but I think the less said about that the better.”
Brook, 35, is willing to give his domestic rival a shot at redemption, telling Sky Sports: "If he wants another whooping, he can have another whooping.
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“[The February fight] was so one-sided, I don’t know what he can say and come back to the table with.
“If he wants that rematch, I’ll dust them gloves off and do it again.”
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