Pair expected in London on Thursday for final press conference ahead of fight.
Carl Froch and George Groves have sent each other a message, with both men insisting that their rematch on Saturday night will not go the distance.
The British rivals will face off at Wembley Stadium in front of 80,000 fans to settle the score after the controversial stoppage in the first bout, and the predictions have continued to roll in throughout fight week.
Froch, speaking after a public workout in Nottingham on Monday, believes that Groves will not be able to go the distance with him and is confident that he will claim victory by way of either knockout or technical knockout and is prepared for an early ending if the opportunity presents itself.
Unsurprisingly, Groves is also confident that he will see off Froch in style, and while he suggests that it could be all over after just three rounds, he also shared trainer Paddy Fitzpatrick’s prediction that it could go to either the fifth or sixth round before his fighter ends the contest.
It promises to be a thrilling night in north London on Saturday, with the likes of Anthony Joshua, Kevin Mitchell and James DeGale all featuring on the undercard before the main event that everyone is talking about.