Froch hoping to put the record straight with conclusive finish this time round.
Carl Froch and George Groves are set for their highly anticipated rematch at Wembley on Saturday night, with both men promising that the fight will not go the distance.
The controversy surrounding the stoppage in the first bout has ultimately led to the biggest fight in British boxing history, with an 80,000 sell-out crowd expected at Wembley.
While Froch has insisted that training camp has gone perfectly and he is much more focused and determined this time round, Groves believes that he is lying and will not be able to deal with his speed, power and movement.
Nevertheless, both men have remained supremely confident throughout the build-up in that their opponent will not be able to last 12 rounds, with Groves even revealing to his rival that he will knock him out with a left hook.
However, the time for talking is almost over as the night has nearly arrived, and with a stellar support cast on the undercard, it promises to be a memorable night of action at Wembley on Saturday.
Anthony Joshua kicks things off with his heavyweight bout against Matt Legg, while Jamie McDonnell and Kevin Mitchell are also featuring with James DeGale taking on Brandon Gonzales in an IBF final eliminator to face the winner of the main event.
Watch Froch take on Groves back in November last year in their first fight in full in the video below: