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Cobra to strike again? You bet!

Saturday brings the standout fixture in the domestic calendar with the Froch-Groves II card taking place at Wembley Stadium in front of a bumper audience, both in attendance and watching live on Sky Sports pay-per-view. Promoter Eddie Hearn has dubbed the main event the biggest fight in British boxing history and although that may seem a tad OTT, it’s a match-up that has got everyone talking and has split opinion right down the middle, not least among punters.

Carl Froch enjoyed favouritism with bookmakers for the pair’s initial encounter back in November and although ‘The Cobra’ will duck between the ropes as the most likely winner according to odds compilers again, there has been a definite sway of opinion towards ‘Team Groves’. Backers of the 36-year-old will find their man no bigger than 3/4 (Betway) while another KO/TKO win trades at 6/4 (Totesport) and points verdict 9/2 (Totesport).

Carl Froch wont let George Groves get under his skin

Carl Froch told Sky Sports’ Behind The Ropes that George Groves has been ‘dining out on his round one knockdown against The Cobra’ and that he won’t let the challenger get under his skin in their rematch for Froch’s WBA and IBF World Super Middleweight titles on Saturday at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
 
Sky Sports gained exclusive access to both camps ahead of the huge clash and tonight on Sky Sports 1 at 7pm we see the first of the two-part 30 minute fly-on-the-wall looks at how these two bitter rivals are shaping up for the biggest fight in British boxing history.
 
Froch stopped Groves in controversial circumstances in Manchester in November having climbed off the canvas in the opening round to halt the Londoner in the ninth round. ‘The Cobra’ told Sky Sports that he believes that ‘Saint George’ has been living off the first round success in the build up to the rematch.

Cobra to strike again? You bet!

Saturday brings the standout fixture in the domestic calendar with the Froch-Groves II card taking place at Wembley Stadium in front of a bumper audience, both in attendance and watching live on Sky Sports pay-per-view. Promoter Eddie Hearn has dubbed the main event the biggest fight in British boxing history and although that may seem a tad OTT, it’s a match-up that has got everyone talking and has split opinion right down the middle, not least among punters.

Carl Froch enjoyed favouritism with bookmakers for the pair’s initial encounter back in November and although ‘The Cobra’ will duck between the ropes as the most likely winner according to odds compilers again, there has been a definite sway of opinion towards ‘Team Groves’. Backers of the 36-year-old will find their man no bigger than 3/4 (Betway) while another KO/TKO win trades at 6/4 (Totesport) and points verdict 9/2 (Totesport).

Carl Froch wont let George Groves get under his skin

Carl Froch told Sky Sports’ Behind The Ropes that George Groves has been ‘dining out on his round one knockdown against The Cobra’ and that he won’t let the challenger get under his skin in their rematch for Froch’s WBA and IBF World Super Middleweight titles on Saturday at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
 
Sky Sports gained exclusive access to both camps ahead of the huge clash and tonight on Sky Sports 1 at 7pm we see the first of the two-part 30 minute fly-on-the-wall looks at how these two bitter rivals are shaping up for the biggest fight in British boxing history.
 
Froch stopped Groves in controversial circumstances in Manchester in November having climbed off the canvas in the opening round to halt the Londoner in the ninth round. ‘The Cobra’ told Sky Sports that he believes that ‘Saint George’ has been living off the first round success in the build up to the rematch.

Cobra to strike again? You bet!

Saturday brings the standout fixture in the domestic calendar with the Froch-Groves II card taking place at Wembley Stadium in front of a bumper audience, both in attendance and watching live on Sky Sports pay-per-view. Promoter Eddie Hearn has dubbed the main event the biggest fight in British boxing history and although that may seem a tad OTT, it’s a match-up that has got everyone talking and has split opinion right down the middle, not least among punters.

Carl Froch enjoyed favouritism with bookmakers for the pair’s initial encounter back in November and although ‘The Cobra’ will duck between the ropes as the most likely winner according to odds compilers again, there has been a definite sway of opinion towards ‘Team Groves’. Backers of the 36-year-old will find their man no bigger than 3/4 (Betway) while another KO/TKO win trades at 6/4 (Totesport) and points verdict 9/2 (Totesport).

Carl Froch wont let George Groves get under his skin

Carl Froch told Sky Sports’ Behind The Ropes that George Groves has been ‘dining out on his round one knockdown against The Cobra’ and that he won’t let the challenger get under his skin in their rematch for Froch’s WBA and IBF World Super Middleweight titles on Saturday at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
 
Sky Sports gained exclusive access to both camps ahead of the huge clash and tonight on Sky Sports 1 at 7pm we see the first of the two-part 30 minute fly-on-the-wall looks at how these two bitter rivals are shaping up for the biggest fight in British boxing history.
 
Froch stopped Groves in controversial circumstances in Manchester in November having climbed off the canvas in the opening round to halt the Londoner in the ninth round. ‘The Cobra’ told Sky Sports that he believes that ‘Saint George’ has been living off the first round success in the build up to the rematch.

Cobra to strike again? You bet!

Saturday brings the standout fixture in the domestic calendar with the Froch-Groves II card taking place at Wembley Stadium in front of a bumper audience, both in attendance and watching live on Sky Sports pay-per-view. Promoter Eddie Hearn has dubbed the main event the biggest fight in British boxing history and although that may seem a tad OTT, it’s a match-up that has got everyone talking and has split opinion right down the middle, not least among punters.

Carl Froch enjoyed favouritism with bookmakers for the pair’s initial encounter back in November and although ‘The Cobra’ will duck between the ropes as the most likely winner according to odds compilers again, there has been a definite sway of opinion towards ‘Team Groves’. Backers of the 36-year-old will find their man no bigger than 3/4 (Betway) while another KO/TKO win trades at 6/4 (Totesport) and points verdict 9/2 (Totesport).

Carl Froch wont let George Groves get under his skin

Carl Froch told Sky Sports’ Behind The Ropes that George Groves has been ‘dining out on his round one knockdown against The Cobra’ and that he won’t let the challenger get under his skin in their rematch for Froch’s WBA and IBF World Super Middleweight titles on Saturday at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
 
Sky Sports gained exclusive access to both camps ahead of the huge clash and tonight on Sky Sports 1 at 7pm we see the first of the two-part 30 minute fly-on-the-wall looks at how these two bitter rivals are shaping up for the biggest fight in British boxing history.
 
Froch stopped Groves in controversial circumstances in Manchester in November having climbed off the canvas in the opening round to halt the Londoner in the ninth round. ‘The Cobra’ told Sky Sports that he believes that ‘Saint George’ has been living off the first round success in the build up to the rematch.

Cobra to strike again? You bet!

Saturday brings the standout fixture in the domestic calendar with the Froch-Groves II card taking place at Wembley Stadium in front of a bumper audience, both in attendance and watching live on Sky Sports pay-per-view. Promoter Eddie Hearn has dubbed the main event the biggest fight in British boxing history and although that may seem a tad OTT, it’s a match-up that has got everyone talking and has split opinion right down the middle, not least among punters.

Carl Froch enjoyed favouritism with bookmakers for the pair’s initial encounter back in November and although ‘The Cobra’ will duck between the ropes as the most likely winner according to odds compilers again, there has been a definite sway of opinion towards ‘Team Groves’. Backers of the 36-year-old will find their man no bigger than 3/4 (Betway) while another KO/TKO win trades at 6/4 (Totesport) and points verdict 9/2 (Totesport).

Carl Froch wont let George Groves get under his skin

Carl Froch told Sky Sports’ Behind The Ropes that George Groves has been ‘dining out on his round one knockdown against The Cobra’ and that he won’t let the challenger get under his skin in their rematch for Froch’s WBA and IBF World Super Middleweight titles on Saturday at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
 
Sky Sports gained exclusive access to both camps ahead of the huge clash and tonight on Sky Sports 1 at 7pm we see the first of the two-part 30 minute fly-on-the-wall looks at how these two bitter rivals are shaping up for the biggest fight in British boxing history.
 
Froch stopped Groves in controversial circumstances in Manchester in November having climbed off the canvas in the opening round to halt the Londoner in the ninth round. ‘The Cobra’ told Sky Sports that he believes that ‘Saint George’ has been living off the first round success in the build up to the rematch.

Cobra to strike again? You bet!

Saturday brings the standout fixture in the domestic calendar with the Froch-Groves II card taking place at Wembley Stadium in front of a bumper audience, both in attendance and watching live on Sky Sports pay-per-view. Promoter Eddie Hearn has dubbed the main event the biggest fight in British boxing history and although that may seem a tad OTT, it’s a match-up that has got everyone talking and has split opinion right down the middle, not least among punters.

Carl Froch enjoyed favouritism with bookmakers for the pair’s initial encounter back in November and although ‘The Cobra’ will duck between the ropes as the most likely winner according to odds compilers again, there has been a definite sway of opinion towards ‘Team Groves’. Backers of the 36-year-old will find their man no bigger than 3/4 (Betway) while another KO/TKO win trades at 6/4 (Totesport) and points verdict 9/2 (Totesport).

Carl Froch wont let George Groves get under his skin

Carl Froch told Sky Sports’ Behind The Ropes that George Groves has been ‘dining out on his round one knockdown against The Cobra’ and that he won’t let the challenger get under his skin in their rematch for Froch’s WBA and IBF World Super Middleweight titles on Saturday at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
 
Sky Sports gained exclusive access to both camps ahead of the huge clash and tonight on Sky Sports 1 at 7pm we see the first of the two-part 30 minute fly-on-the-wall looks at how these two bitter rivals are shaping up for the biggest fight in British boxing history.
 
Froch stopped Groves in controversial circumstances in Manchester in November having climbed off the canvas in the opening round to halt the Londoner in the ninth round. ‘The Cobra’ told Sky Sports that he believes that ‘Saint George’ has been living off the first round success in the build up to the rematch.

Carl Froch wont let George Groves get under his skin

Carl Froch told Sky Sports’ Behind The Ropes that George Groves has been ‘dining out on his round one knockdown against The Cobra’ and that he won’t let the challenger get under his skin in their rematch for Froch’s WBA and IBF World Super Middleweight titles on Saturday at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
 
Sky Sports gained exclusive access to both camps ahead of the huge clash and tonight on Sky Sports 1 at 7pm we see the first of the two-part 30 minute fly-on-the-wall looks at how these two bitter rivals are shaping up for the biggest fight in British boxing history.
 
Froch stopped Groves in controversial circumstances in Manchester in November having climbed off the canvas in the opening round to halt the Londoner in the ninth round. ‘The Cobra’ told Sky Sports that he believes that ‘Saint George’ has been living off the first round success in the build up to the rematch.

Cobra to strike again? You bet!

Saturday brings the standout fixture in the domestic calendar with the Froch-Groves II card taking place at Wembley Stadium in front of a bumper audience, both in attendance and watching live on Sky Sports pay-per-view. Promoter Eddie Hearn has dubbed the main event the biggest fight in British boxing history and although that may seem a tad OTT, it’s a match-up that has got everyone talking and has split opinion right down the middle, not least among punters.

Carl Froch enjoyed favouritism with bookmakers for the pair’s initial encounter back in November and although ‘The Cobra’ will duck between the ropes as the most likely winner according to odds compilers again, there has been a definite sway of opinion towards ‘Team Groves’. Backers of the 36-year-old will find their man no bigger than 3/4 (Betway) while another KO/TKO win trades at 6/4 (Totesport) and points verdict 9/2 (Totesport).

Carl Froch wont let George Groves get under his skin

Carl Froch told Sky Sports’ Behind The Ropes that George Groves has been ‘dining out on his round one knockdown against The Cobra’ and that he won’t let the challenger get under his skin in their rematch for Froch’s WBA and IBF World Super Middleweight titles on Saturday at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
 
Sky Sports gained exclusive access to both camps ahead of the huge clash and tonight on Sky Sports 1 at 7pm we see the first of the two-part 30 minute fly-on-the-wall looks at how these two bitter rivals are shaping up for the biggest fight in British boxing history.
 
Froch stopped Groves in controversial circumstances in Manchester in November having climbed off the canvas in the opening round to halt the Londoner in the ninth round. ‘The Cobra’ told Sky Sports that he believes that ‘Saint George’ has been living off the first round success in the build up to the rematch.

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