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DeGale's Trainer: Chunky Might End Groves in One Round

James DeGale insists that he will knock out Commonwealth super-middleweight champion George Groves inside four rounds when they meet on May 21 at the O2 Arena, London.

And DeGale's trainer Jim McDonnell even predicts the fight could be over in three minutes.

"I will knock out Groves inside four," said DeGale.

"The only way he can last more than that is if he runs from me for 12 rounds, and that's not going to happen."

And McDonnell added: "This could all be over in the first round.

"If James doesn't knock him out then, it will all be finished by the fourth anyway.

"George Groves' team should protect him and pull him out now. He is at least two years away from challenging James."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Perfect Plex on 05-21-2011

Bump!!!!!!!!!!!

Comment by Perfect Plex on 05-21-2011

Bump!!!!!!!!!!

Comment by etlux on 05-21-2011

Man what a wanker. Groves dominated that unskilled fool. DeFail must be crying in his dressing room now wondering why he got owned so bad

Comment by Perfect Plex on 05-21-2011

This is to funny!!!! Imagine what idiots they must feel like!:lol1:

Comment by Perfect Plex on 05-21-2011

:lol1::lol1::lol1:

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