George Groves – By Al Stevenson
Undefeated British & Commonwealth Super-middleweight champion George ‘The Saint’ Groves will defend his titles against Kenny Anderson in a rematch on March 16 at Wembley Arena.

The pair have unfinished business after Groves recovered from the first knockdown of his career to eventually go on and stop Anderson in the sixth round back in 2010, in what was a good battle.

Since that fight, Groves won the big fight against James DeGale before knocking out Liverpool’s Paul Smith in the second round last November.

A win against Anderson will propel him onto the next level and major fights, possibly a rematch with newly crowned European champion and long time foe DeGale!

This week the 23-year-old young boxer of 2011 from spoke to ZOO Magazine, on how he feels he and other cream of UK’s boxers will fair in 2012, including, Carl Froch, Amir Khan, DeGale, David Haye, Anthony Ogogo, Chris Eubank Jnr, Tyson Fury, Nathan Cleverley and Kell Brook.

He wants to be the best fighter in the world, but has a lot of faults to work on. He can look sensational against some opposition and terrible in other fights”

 Groves on DeGale

He’s looking sharper than ever, was No1 in the world as a kid, and has it in him to become the No1 in London this summer – if he can qualify!
 Groves on amateur star Anthony Ogogo


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