When Showtime constructed the Super Six Boxing Classic Tournament, they did so with the idea of creating a star out of the Super Middleweight division. It's become apparent that Andre Ward (24-0, 13 Knockouts) is that star.
Of the four fighters who started out undefeated, Ward is the only one to retain his "0". He's also the only competitor in the tournament to legitimately win all his fights by unanimous decision.
There's been no controversial split or majority decisions, draws or odd disqualifications in Ward's Super Six showdowns.
Now he comes close to Super Middleweight supremacy with the final match of the tournament between himself and Carl Froch (27-1, 20 Knockouts) taking place live on October 29 in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
With the Super Middleweight Tournament providing Ward a great resume of vanquished combatants under his belt such as Arthur Abraham (32-3, 26 Knockouts), Mikkel Kessler (44-2, 33 Knockouts) and Sakio Bika (28-5-2, 17 Knockouts), one has to wonder how much more does he need to do before his career is completed.
Well, once he's gained the status as the Super Six winner, it's time to gain some money with said title.