Date: 16th December 2015 at 5:39pm
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After three failed attempts at becoming a world title holder, George Groves has switched trainers.

Groves who lost two world title clashes against Carl Froch and then a third, not too long ago, against Badou Jack, has parted company with Paddy Fitzpatrick and joined forced with Shane McGuigan, the son of the former featherweight world champion Barry.

At 27 years of age George Groves still has time to come again and hanging around in a camp with the likes of Carl Frampton and David Haye will be hugely beneficial.

Groves will be back in action early in the New Year and it?ll be interesting to see what changes Shane makes to Groves style.

A fourth world title attempt may be some way off but don?t bank on Groves not eventually realising that dream of becoming a world title holder.