Sport Carl Froch (left) takes a hit during his win over George Groves in their first fight in November

Rematch takes place at Wembley Stadium next Saturday

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Referee Howard Foster collars George Groves to end the fight against Carl Froch in Manchester

Boxing: George Groves relives his heartbreaking defeat to Carl Froch and reiterates his belief that referee Howard Foster got it wrong

Foster stopped the fight in the ninth round after a flurry of punches from Froch despite many criticising the decision as coming far to early, with Groves claiming he was still comfortably defending himself

George Groves puts Carl Froch on the canvas during their super-middleweight title fight

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Controversy after referee stops Groves to end one of best bouts ever

Carl Froch (above) said that George Groves has been ‘pathetic’

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Pair clash for the WBA and IBF super-middleweight titles on Saturday

Carl Froch has said that George Groves (pictured) ‘has something about him’ and expects a hard fight

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Carl Froch is now a British ringmaster enjoying the very best of the spoils available to a world champion with little to prove but an awful lot to defend.

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Andre Ward is a born-again Christian and unbeaten in 26 fights as a professional

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Vasyl Lomachenko, the Ukrainian featherweight regarded as one of the finest amateur boxers in history, eased to a fourth-round knock-out victory over Mexican Jose Ramirez on his professional debut.

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Boxing: Anthony Joshua can bide his time for Klitschko reign to end

Heavyweight champion should be retired by the time Brit will challenge

Anthony Joshua lands a blow to the Emanuele Leo

Boxing: Anthony Joshua reveals he nearly knocked out the referee as well as his opponent on professional debut

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Wladimir Klitschko called David Haye and Dereck Chisora 'barking dogs'

Boxing: Anthony Joshua sets his sights on crossing into mainstream

Anthony Joshua will mould himself on the Klitschko brothers as he seeks to build on the  crossover appeal generated by his success at London 2012. 

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