Pair get a little heated as they shake hands at the end of the face off.
Carl Froch and George Groves came face-to-face in a special feature aired on Sky Sports on Saturday night ahead of their highly anticipated rematch on May 31.
The British rivals meet for the second time after Froch claimed a controversial stoppage in the first bout to defend his WBA and IBF titles, and the Nottingham-born star believes that he will produce a much better performance this time round.
The defending champion conceded that it was possibly the worst performance of his career in November last year, and has insisted that he has left “no stone unturned” in his preparations for the rematch and is seemingly more relaxed after admitting Groves got under his skin ahead of the first fight.
Meanwhile, Groves is confident that he will knock his opponent out and right the wrong of their first encounter, and while he does continue to play mind games and try to rattle his rival, it appears as though Froch is either hiding it very well or is dealing with it better.
It remains to be seen who is victorious on Saturday night, but both men are confident that they will be able to provide fight fans with a conclusive ending to end this bitter rivalry.