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Froch says he would fight the winner of Groves-DeGale 2 after watching Groves make tough work of Douglin

George Groves held onto his WBC Silver Super Middleweight title and mandatory position for the World title with a seventh round stoppage of Denis Douglin at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, live on Sky Sports Box Office.

Groves found the American a tricky customer and Douglin had early success, a cut on the bridge of the nose in the third round to Groves appeared to be a cause for concern, but Groves wore Douglin down as the ‘Momma’s Boy’ visibly tired.

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Carl Froch: British boxing must seize the moment

Carl Froch says his fantastic KO win over George Groves at Wembley Stadium connected by EE has still not sunk in – and The Cobra is urging British boxing to capitalise on its greatest night.

Froch secured back to back wins over Groves and retained his WBA and IBF World Super Middleweight titles again with a stunning eighth round knockout, in front of 80,000 fans at the national stadium live on Sky Sports Box Office.

The Nottingham star penned his finally fight diary entry in the Evening Standard today reflecting on the biggest night of his career, and confirming that while he will bide his time over his next step, he has the itch to go over to Las Vegas and sample the bright lights.

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George Groves vs. Carl Froch 2: Prediction and Result

"The angry, aggressive, spiteful, bitter, war-hardened, tough, strong, mentally determined dangerous fighter, brutal warrior - that's what I am. You'll see that guy turn up on 31 May I promise you that because I am ready."—Carl Froch

He’ll say he’s a ’championship fighter’ he’s done 12 rounds several times before I think he’ll come out do his best for six rounds, hang on, do his best, get a bit of confidence, and think I’ll blow up.”—George Groves

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