Groves reveals a left hook will floor Froch in their battle on Saturday.
Carl Froch and George Groves face off in both their final press conference and as they took to the Wembley pitch ahead of their rematch on Saturday night.
With an 80,000 crowd expected to fill the stadium on fight night, the two fighters discussed what is at stake for them in the final press conference, with Froch insisting that he will do everything that it takes to defend his belts and secure his legacy.
Meanwhile, Groves told the assembled media that his entire training camp has gone perfectly, and he couldn’t pick a better place to realise his dream of becoming a world champion, with both the WBA and IBF belts on the line.
In addition, the challenger fulfilled his promise of sharing which punch he intends to end the fight with, claiming that a left hook will be Froch’s downfall, to which the champion replied that he will have to “keep my right hand up” in anticipation for it.
While there is an incredible undercard on the show too featuring the likes of Anthony Joshua, Kevin Mitchell and James DeGale, the main event took centre stage on Thursday as the feuding pair came head-to-head for the cameras.
Fortunately, or unfortunately depending on how you assess the build-up, there was no sign of real tension between the pair after the infamous ‘shove’ last time out, as both Froch and Groves looked determined and ready ahead of their highly anticipated bout.
The two British stars will have their weigh-in at 3.30pm on Friday, and you can perhaps expect a few more fireworks then as the tension increases on the eve of the fight itself.