Former British super-middleweight king George Groves hopes to kick-start his charge towards a world title in2013 by doing an emphatic number on veteran Jamaican hardcase Glencoffe Johnson this Saturday.
George Groves talks intimately about his boxing career ahead of his fight with Glengoffe Johnson on December 15th.
Glen Johnson has promised to give George Groves a butt kicking when they meet at the ExCeL London on Saturday 15th December.
The Miami based Jamaican challenges Groves for his Commonwealth Super-Middleweight title on promoter Frank Warren’s big end of year extravaganza that also features WBO World Lightweight Champion Ricky Burns and Commonwealth Middleweight Champion Billy Joe Saunders.
Exciting Super-middleweight prospect George 'The Saint' Groves takes on veteran former world champion Glen 'The Road Warrior' Johnson at the Excel Arena in London on December 15th. Here's little look at how both men compare.
Commonwealth Super-Middleweight Champion George Groves will defend his title against one of the toughest men in boxing on Saturday 15th December at London’s ExCeL when he faces former IBF World Light-Heavyweight Champion Glen Johnson.
Groves’ promoter Frank Warren confirmed today that Groves and the Jamaican born Miami based hardman Johnson will feature as chief support on the multi-title card headlined by WBO World Lightweight Champion Ricky Burns, live on BoxNation.
The Nottingham star will fight in his hometown for the first time since October 2009 against the unbeaten Canadian-based Romanian who will defend his belt for the tenth time against The Cobra.
Having spanned two years, four countries and four top 10 ranked super-middleweights, Carl Froch's journey to become the undisputed No1 fighter in his division is almost at an end. Just one more checkpoint to clear and the Nottingham man is home and dry. Getting there was never in doubt in his mind, but even he couldn't have imagined the highs, lows, dramas and twists the journey dished out...
Super Six finalists Carl Froch and Andre Ward continued to answer questions ahead of their final Q&A session on December 17 when the pair will resolve to find the answer to who is the best super-middleweight in the world. Here’s what was said when the WBC and WBA titleholders dialed into a conference call with the world’s press this week…