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Photos: George Groves Punishes Glen Johnson at ExCel

Commonwealth super middleweight champion George Groves (15-0, 12 KOs) got his biggest win to date with a dominating twelve round unanimous decision over former light heavyweight world champion Glen Johnson (51-18-2, 35 KOs) at the ExCel Arena in London. Groves scored a knockdown in the final round. The scores were 120-107, 120-107 and 119-109. Johnson, 43 and suffered his fourth loss in a row, will likely retire for good.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by WESS on 12-16-2012

Sad to see. The man needs to retire. he also doesn't need to give Roy a second chance. Both are too old and neither should be in ring at this point.

Comment by Jim Ross on 12-16-2012

Johnson will spark Roy again

Comment by Sparked_26 on 12-16-2012

Exciting fighter though isn't he Groves? Good puncher and a bit vulnerable himself. Most of his punches are designed to hurt. Him and Froch would be a superb fight even now. Though Froch would probably stop him. I think Groves…

Comment by Sparked_26 on 12-16-2012

Exciting fighter though isn't he Groves? Good puncher and a bit vulnerable himself. Most of his punches are designed to hurt. Him and Froch would be a superb fight even now. Though Froch would probably stop him. I think Groves…

Comment by Mick Higgs on 12-16-2012

Hopefully it's Groves/Anderson II next followed by Groves/DeGale II. SGG is still on a learning curve & should avoid Ward for now.

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