Date: 20th April 2017 at 5:06pm
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After three unsuccessful, but highly entertaining, attempts at winning a world super-middleweight title, George Groves will be making a fourth attempt on 27th May.

Groves, after suffering world title defeats at the hands of Carl Froch (twice) and Badou Jack, will be taking on Fedor Chudinov for the WBA title.

The fight will take place on the under-card of the Kell Brook v Errol Spence Junior at Bramall Lane.

Chudinov, is a previous holder of the WBA title but lost his title to Felix Sturm on points, Sturm has since vacated the title after testing positive for a banned steroid.

Chudinov has less experience in the ring than Groves, whilst Groves has had 28 fights, winning 25 and losing 3, the defeat to Sturm was Chudnov?s only defeat of his 15-fight career.

Can George Groves make it fourth time lucky?