RingTV.com’s Tom Gray was ringside for Carl Froch’s eighth-round KO of George Groves in their historic rematch in London. Gray, who was also at the post-fight presser, presents the comments from both teams after the stirring event.
Amidst an electric soccer-style atmosphere, Carl Froch claimed an eighth-round stoppage victory to wipe the slate clean in his rematch with countryman George Groves.
Carl Froch hailed his eighth-round KO victory over George Groves at Wembley Stadium on Saturday as the greatest night of his entire career. The super middleweight grudge rematch attracted an 80,000 crowd in London, England – a record for British boxing.
Carl Froch stopped George Groves with an enormous straight right hand at 2:34 of the eighth round of their rematch before an estimated 80,000 Saturday at Wembley Stadium in London.
Olympic champion James De Gale sparkled in a fourth-round stoppage of unbeaten American Brandon Gonzalez on the undercard of the Carl Froch-George Groves rematch on Saturday in London. The British super middleweight contender was sharp from the start.
In a battle of will and resilience over technique and speed, champion Carl Froch and challenger George Groves will rely heavily on the advice of their cornermen at their blockbuster Wembley Stadium showdown in front of 80,000 spectators.
Carl Froch is set to earn around £8million and George Groves £2million from their anticipated Wembley Stadium showdown on Saturday. Froch will take the lion’s share of the prize money from the biggest fight in British history.
IBF super middleweight titleholder Carl Froch and George Groves were the model of diplomacy and good behavior Thursday at Wembley Stadium, just a little over 48 hours before they collide in their grudge rematch before a British record 80,000 sell-out crowd.
WBC super middleweight titleholder Sakio Bika wants to face the winner of the grudge IBF title rematch between Carl Froch and George Groves, which takes place on Saturday at a sold-out 80,000-capacity Wembley Stadium, north west London.
Throngs of Londoners turned out to see Carl Froch and George Groves work out just four days ahead of their rematch at Wembley Stadium, which could draw as many as 70,000 fans.
Carl Froch says he isn’t underestimating George Groves going into their rematch on Saturday in London. The defending IBF super middleweight titleholder says he will set a torrid pace that Groves, who he believes struggles to make 168 pounds, can’t keep up with.
George Groves says the British super middleweight torch will be passed in spectacular fashion when he faces IBF titleholder Carl Froch in their much-anticipated rematch on Saturday at Wembley Stadium in London. Few doubt Groves’ ability to back up his brash words.
George Groves says he is looking to call on the warrior spirit of Nigel Benn for his grudge super middleweight title rematch against Carl Froch on May 31. The hatred between the British rivals reminds many of the Benn-Eubank clashes of the ’90s.
George Groves was criticized in his first fight with IBF super middleweight titleholder Carl Froch for “running out of steam” but says a new training regimen will put him over the top in the rematch a week from now.
American referee Charlie Fitch has been put forward for the May 31 Carl Froch-George Groves rematch, with both teams to agree this weekend over his presence as the third man in the ring at Wembley Stadium in London. Groves insisted that no officials be from the UK.
George Groves has vowed to stop Carl Froch early in their May 31 rematch at Wembley Stadium in London. Groves says he will dictate the fight in the return bout with the IBF super middleweight titleholder, who stopped him controversially in their first bout.