It has been announced today that the highly anticipated World Boxing Super Series final will see George Groves face Callum Smith in the summer.
It was thought George Groves would miss out following an injury he sustained after his brutal one-side unanimous points win in February against Chris Eubank Jnr in
Now that Carl Froch has dispatched with George Groves and seems set to travel Stateside to cement his legacy.
Let us take a look back at the best victories from the career of Carl Froch who has possibly had the toughest run of fights of any fighter of the modern era.
Unfinished Business has now become Finished Business. With a peach of right hand Carl Froch dispelled any doubt about the outcome of his epochal fight with George Groves.
Froch yet again confirmed he is the second best Super Middleweight on the planet and we are still a little uncertain of where
Last year prior too November the general public had no idea who George Groves (19-2, 15 KO’s) was. The most avid boxing fans knew him to be a good boxer most definitely one for the future. When the IBF made Groves mandatory for the super middleweight belt few gave George
IBF and WBA super-middleweight champion Carl Froch (33-2, 24 KO’s) has insisted he has more fights left in the tank following his knockout victory against George Groves (19-2, 15 KO’s). Froch turns 37 next month and feels strong enough to continue fighting after throwing what he described as his best ever knockout
Wembley Stadium will play host to one of the biggest sporting events of the year on Saturday night as Carl Froch and George Groves meet in a potentially epic rematch and whilst I previewed the fight recently, here’s a more in-depth analysis of where the fight could be won and
Wembley stadium is the venue for the eagerly anticipated re-match between Carl Froch and George Groves on the 31st May. The chosen venue sets up the fight to be the biggest in British Boxing history with up to 80,000 expected at the home of football next weekend.
The first fight between
Tempers have already flared between Carl Froch and George Groves as the pair was promoting their rematch which will take place on May 31st at Wembley Stadium; the fight has sold its initial 60,000 tickets within the first hour.
Groves was trying to get under the skin of Froch as he
Tickets for the rematch of Carl Froch vs. George Groves has been sold out, 60,000 tickets went on sale at lunchtime and all of them were sold within an hour. That will better the 57,000 that saw Ricky Hatton beat Juan Lazcano in 2008, a post-war record for a British
James Degale is picking George Groves to come out on top against Carl Froch, the pair meet again in a rematch on May 31st. DeGale feels former nemesis Groves was fortunate to get the title shot in the first place, but he can see the Groves coming away victorious.