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Photos: Froch-Groves Heated Final Presser - Mega Gallery

LONDON, ENGLAND - Promoter Eddie Hearn was forced to stand in-between Carl Froch and George Groves as they went face to face during their final press conference to announce the upcoming rematch showdown, taking place this Saturday night before 80,000 screaming fans at Wembley Stadium in London, England. Froch stakes his IBF/WBA 'regular' super middleweight titles. They first met last November, when Froch won by way of a controversial ninth round stoppage. The IBF would later order an immediate rematch.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by El Angel on 05-29-2014

That wasn't heated. Seemed like a run of the mill final presser.

Comment by -Weltschmerz- on 05-29-2014

This really wasn't heated.

Comment by Dr Rumack on 05-29-2014

[QUOTE=F!x;14601087]Groves always wears that suit and looks like a used car salesman trying to sell a broken down Ford.[/QUOTE] Yeah it's such a shi[COLOR="Black"]t[/COLOR] suit :lol1: Eddie needs to take him shopping.

Comment by ddangerous on 05-29-2014

Froch by KO.

Comment by mrbigshot on 05-29-2014

[QUOTE=LacedUp;14601088]Also don't know why Froch is trying to be all smiley and relaxed. It seemed a little fake to me I must admit. He's usually super intense before his best performances.[/QUOTE] Froch is fake remember he dispatched andre dirrell -…

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