12.03.2014 – Carl Froch will once again defend his WBA and IBF super-middleweight titles against fellow Englishman George Groves on the 31st of May at Wembley Stadium, in what will be an eagerly anticipated rematch of their controversial bout back in November.
Carl Froch won the first encounter by stopping George Groves in the ninth round in contentious circumstances, with many believing that the referee halted the fight too soon. George Groves was allegedly winning the bout at that time in what was a great performance by the Londoner in a fight where he was the underdog, so he will be hugely confident of finishing the job in May and becoming a double World title holder.
Carl Froch meanwhile will also be extremely motivated to win again in May for the same reason as the ‘Cobra’ will feel that he did not produce his best performance last time so will be aiming to show exactly why he is a multiple World Champion at Wembley Stadium. This will be a fight that will break records as it is predicted that it will be the largest attendance ever in Britain for a bout since the post war days, so it could be labelled the biggest boxing event in British history.
What makes this contest so absorbing is George Groves shown back in November that he could match Carl Froch while the ‘Cobra’ will feel that he can box substantially better, and will look to make a statement by beating Groves more convincingly at Wembley Stadium. It is the perfect master against the apprentice matchup, as twenty-five year old youngster Groves will be hurt about his only loss on his record coming in the previous encounter, whilst Froch who aged thirty-six will look to cement his fantastic career with a more compelling victory at Wembley Stadium.
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The build-up has already begun with today’s press conference at Wembley Stadium becoming an amazing spectacle, as both fighters spoke about their aims for the rematch and how they saw it developing, things got strained between the two participants at one stage with Champion Froch pushing Groves away, to show that this bout is a truly defining moment in both their careers.
Tickets are selling like hot cakes already in what will be a fantastic rematch between two brilliant boxers, so ensure your attendance by purchasing your place sooner rather than later. Tickets start at £33.00 for a tiered three seat and go up to £530.00 for floor seats.
Carl Froch vs George Groves – 2013
Carl Froch will defend his WBA and IBF World Super Middleweight titles against George Groves at the Phones 4U Arena in Manchester on Saturday, November 23rd. Carl Froch against Georges Groves tickets are available now.
It will be an all-British title fight this winter when Froch will face Groves in Manchester on Saturday, November 23rd. British boxing is finally back at its glory especially in the super middleweight division.
Froch added the WBA title to his IBF belt when he defeated Mikkel Kessler in a thrilling fight at the O2 arena in London in May 2013. The Cobra as he is known, only lost 2 fights in 33 fights, one in the first clash with Mikkel Kessler. However, Froch beat Kessler in the rematch via a unanimous point’s decision. Now, Froch’s mandatory challenger is George Groves and it’s an all-English affair in the super middleweight division. Froch said: “I’m excited the first defence of both my belts is a big domestic clash…I will be pouring everything into my preparation for the fight and George will face the very best of me.”
George Groves is still undefeated in his 19 professional fights. The boxer from Hammersmith won the WBA Inter-Continental title when he defeated Noe Gonzalez Alcoba in the fifth round. For Groves, the upcoming fight against Carl Froch is like a dream. He said: “This is the biggest fight of my career and being a world champion is something that I dreamed of as a kid. I’m well ranked across all the governing bodies but fighting Carl is the one that I wanted the most.”
The fight will take place at the Phones 4U Arena in Manchester known as the Manchester Arena which already held some big fights for Ricky Hatton, Joe Calzaghe and David Haye. The Arena has a capacity of 21,000.
Carl Froch against Georges Groves tickets are available now. However, the demand for the tickets will be huge. The previous fight Froch vs Kessler was sold out in a few hours and the promoter Eddie Hearn is “expecting massive demand when the lines and the website open on Tuesday at noon.” However, you can also get Carl Froch tickets through fan clubs and other sources, but hurry and secure those tickets early.
The top seats for the fight are the floor seats where tickets start from £215.50 up to £523.00. Tier 1 seating for the Froch fight is available from £88.75 to £163.25 and tier 2 seating from £46.30 up to £67.75.