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Photo: George Groves Laying Out Cold and Motionless

Wembley Stadium, London - There was no controversy this time around. Last November, Carl Froch retained his IBF/WBA "regular" titles with a controversial ninth round stoppage of George Groves when referee Howard Foster jumped in too soon to wave things off.

This around, before 80,000 fans, Froch landed a vicious right hand in the eight round that put Groves down and out. As referee Charlie Fitch looked down on Groves, the the 26-year-old slugger was motionless, his eyes were closed and his left legged was folded under his body. Fitch quickly waved off the fight to protect the health of Groves.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by shocky on 06-01-2014

[QUOTE=hitking;14611138]I'm good sweetie. Until he sees the champ he's a joke, just like his fanbase.[/QUOTE] You are the biggest malcontent on the planet and not too bright to be sure........ Need to find another sport to follow because you no…

Comment by BattleAxePurist on 06-01-2014

Yeah but it was a domestic KO.

Comment by #1Assassin on 06-01-2014

[QUOTE=Lou Cipher;14611663]Andre Bored would sign a 10 year contract with Goosen Tudor tomorrow for the power and ability to do this to another fighter just once.[/QUOTE]

Comment by berzerk on 06-01-2014

cobra:boxing:

Comment by Jloro on 06-01-2014

Damn brtual article for Groves fans to see. Cobra back at it :boxing:

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