By Kevin Francis, courtesy of The Daily Star
CARL FROCH has vowed to put George Groves down once again when they clash at a sold-out Manchester Arena.The Cobra puts his WBA and IBF world super-middleweight belts on the line against unbeaten Groves, 25, in a massive domestic tussle on November 23.
18,000 tickets were snapped up within 11 minutes of going on sale yesterday.
And Froch claims he will send Groves crashing to the canvas for a second time – just like he once did when the pair sparred.
The champ, 36, said: “Going down in sparring shows that George Groves is very fragile.
“When I put him down it was only half a shot. So when I start hitting George, I just can’t see him taking it.
Nottingham’s Froch, meanwhile, has quit the ITV show ‘Stepping Out’ because of a niggling back injuryTags: Carl Froch , George Groves , Froch-Groves , Froch vs. Groves