Date: 10th September 2014 at 6:47pm
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In ten days? time George Groves faces make-or-break time!

Having suffered two defeats against Carl Froch it?s very doubtful whether a third successive defeat would allow his career to continue at the level he?d like to see it at.

In ten days? time, Groves will face the French fighter, Christopher Rebrasse in what is a WBC super-middleweight final eliminator for the title currently held by Anthony Dirrell. His opponent is no mug, he?s rated at #3 by the WBC and has a record that reads 22-2-3 with 6 by way of knockout.

The fact that he has only stopped 6 opponents would suggest that he?s not a big puncher which should suit George down to the ground. But the 28 year-old is an ambitious man and isn?t fazed by the prospect of fighting Groves at Wembley, basically on his own turf remarking,

?A ring is a ring wherever you are and the rules remain the same.?

?I?m not worried about fighting in London in front of George?s fans. I will not be rattled. I have fought away from home before and I have won away from home, it will be no different on September 20.?

All in all this fight gets more promising by the day!