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George Groves: Next Time I Will Ruin James DeGale!

By Edward Chaykovsky

British/Commonwealth super middleweight champion George Groves expects a future rematch with rival James DeGale. Last Saturday at the O2 Arena in London, Groves won a twelve round majority decision over DeGale with scores of 115-115, 115-114 and 115-114. DeGale's promoter Frank Warren would like Groves to grant his boxer an immediate rematch. Groves is going in another direction but he does predict a rematch in the future, where he plans to put a serious hurt on DeGale.

“To use DeGale’s own words, now I’m moving on to bigger and better things. At the moment the general feedback I’m getting from people is that I shouldn’t give him a rematch. But certainly he’ll make a return, our paths will cross again – and next time I’ll ruin him. He’s with a team that are good at rebuilding broken fighters and I’m sure they can build him back up," Groves said to Ben Kosky of The Times.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Silky-Flow on 05-26-2011

[QUOTE=yah_boxing;10604187]come on watch the fight degale won it.. the cleaner and telling blows come from degale plus plenty of pressure.. degale did make it close by not letting his hands go in the early rounds but when he did he…

Comment by yah_boxing on 05-26-2011

come on watch the fight degale won it.. the cleaner and telling blows come from degale plus plenty of pressure.. degale did make it close by not letting his hands go in the early rounds but when he did he…

Comment by norway on 05-26-2011

And they say the heavyweight division is bad !!!! These fighters go nowere........

Comment by micky1971 on 05-26-2011

everybody just calm down, ssshhhhh........ as "champion" it was defails duty to defend his title, he didnt. as they say in the game of boxing "make sure" and he never. however, georgey groves did and the colour of his hair…

Comment by ryedog87 on 05-26-2011

calm down you ginger pr1ck. you got a lucky majority decision. flaked in the championship rounds. you did not go out and win it, james degale went there and lost it. this guy will not progress as well as degale,…

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