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George Groves: I'm Taking DeGale Out in Four Rounds!

George Groves & James Degale are both ready for their "grudge" British & Commonwealth Super Middleweight Clash. The fight takes place at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday night.

Groves said "I am feeling really good, as ready as I have ever been".  In what promises to be one of the most anticipated domestic grudge match ups  in recent years, Groves further stated "I mean business, he is definitely not as ready as I am and he is getting taken out".

On being pressed on a prediction for the fight "I have stated all along I am going to win this fight and that's exactly what is going to happen, if James is saying the fight is only going to last 4 rounds then fair enough, that's when I will take him out".

Adam Booth who is George Groves manager and trainer went straight to the point "George is the most competitive and tenacious fighter I have ever met.  If you are a George Groves fan just simply sit back and enjoy the fight".

On being asked about the dislike the fighters have for each other Booth stated "As soon as the first bell goes none of that matters, as it will only be the 2 of them fighting, all the pre fight hype will be forgotten and it will be down to business, and I will say again if you are a George Groves fan just sit back and enjoy the fight".

Courtesy of Hayemaker.com

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

Come on Groves. Knock that cocky fool out.

Comment by Terrel on 05-21-2011

Can't wait for this. Though DeGale should win, I want Groves to knock his azz out and shut that fvcker up. :boxing:

Comment by Sparked_1985 on 05-21-2011

War Groves! One tip for the future - they need to get the guy out of wearing suits: '**** in a suit' - comes to mind!

Comment by Trigg on 05-20-2011

Of course you are :ugh:

Comment by mrbigshot on 05-20-2011

[QUOTE=ernestot;10571876]If groves wins he will become interesting.i'm thinking de gale is chinny***[/QUOTE] if you think de gale is chinny then your an absolute fool!!! groves is the chinny one!!!!

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