Date: 13th November 2014 at 4:49pm
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Although the inference doing the rounds is that Carl Froch could well slip into retirement even if he does get his much yearned for mega-fight in Las Vegas, the suuper-middleweight scene is still a highly attractive position.

Having fought Froch twice, but losing on both occasion with the second occasion being in front of 80,000 at Wembley Stadium, George Groves can visualize another super-domestic tear-up approaching on the horizon.

Groves, brimming with confidence, has this uncanny knack of being able to sell tickets for his fights and St George reckons that this summer could see the Froch v Groves fight eclipsed.

The vision being that Groves will, once again, lock horns with another old adversary in James DeGale but with far more at stake this time around, or as Groves puts it,

?We?re destined to fight again. If he wins the IBF title and I win the WBC, we?ll have a unification fight. It?ll be the biggest fight in history.?

Quite whether it?d match up to that billing George I?m not sure, but if there are two versions of the world title at stake, it?d certainly be a defining fight for both men!