Date: 2nd May 2014 at 12:25pm
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Tuning into the Sky Sports programme Ringside last night, left me a little disappointed.

Eagerly looking forward to a face-to-face meeting, with some excellent dialogue thrown in, when Carl Froch and George Groves were in the studio together, Froch?s contribution left me slightly bemused.

Off course I expected the confident and brash Groves to have his say but Froch was either playing some kind of game by keeping virtually silent or else there?s something amiss.

However, whilst it may all have been some sort of staged game, Froch has come forward and given an insight into how hi straining camp has been going.

The reigning WBA and IBF super-middleweight appears to have adopted a schedule he resorted to after he?d lost to Mikkel Kessler in 2010, with Froch remarking,

?I?ve gone back to the old school a little bit and got the blood, sweat and smell back in the air.?

?After I lost to Mikkel Kessler in 2010, I started training in Sheffield full-time, I was on the case day and night.?

?So I?m mimicking what I did back then.?

It remains to be seen whether it has the same effect.