Groves considers prospect of unification fight against DeGale in future.
George Groves has discussed his upcoming fight against Carl Froch at Wembley Stadium on May 31, calling his rival a “little lost sheep”.
After the pair exchanged words at their first press conference at Wembley last month, Groves maintains that he felt he remained in full control of the situation after the shove and slammed his opponent for his lack of professionalism.
The 26-year-old also insisted that that Froch’s brother, Lee, who has been particularly forthcoming during the process of the rematch thus far, should be spoken to as he will ultimately have a negative impact on the build up with his actions and lack of respect.
Nevertheless, Groves remains confident that he will be able to defeat Froch in front of 60,000 fans at Wembley, with another 20,000 tickets potentially yet to go on sale, and is even looking further ahead to another domestic dust up.
Long-time rival James DeGale, who Groves beat at the O2 back in May 2011, has been named as a mandatory challenger for the WBC strap against Sakio Bika and has already hinted at the possibility of a rematch with his fellow Londoner.
Groves appears to be keen on that fight despite labelling DeGale as a “boring” person and fighter, and is confident that as of May 31 he will have two world titles to defend moving forward and it will be up to DeGale to pass a very difficult test.
Watch the full interview with Groves in the video below, courtesy of iFL TV: