Date: 25th April 2016 at 6:40pm
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Rumours have been doing the rounds that we could be set for a blockbuster of an all-domestic super-middleweight fight and now those rumours have been found to be true.

It has been announced that two warriors of the ring, George Groves and Martin Murray, will go head-to-head, at super-middleweight, in an official eliminator bout for the WBA super-middleweight crown.

Both fighters have fought on the world stage before, amassing seven unsuccessful attempts between them, Murray tasting the disappointment of defeat four times and Groves three.

Murray, only just recently moved up from middleweight and it?ll be interesting to see how he copes with Groves, a fighter who must surely realise that a defeat against the St Helens fighter could leave him with nowhere to go.

The fight has been added to the under-card of the huge promotion at the O2 Arena, on 25th June, that will see Anthony Joshua make his first defence of his recently acquired IBF heavyweight title.

It is already looking like a promotion not to be missed.