Thursday, 15 March 2012

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COMPETITION NAME : (BoxNation ) 2012
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DATE : Friday, 16Th,Mar,2012
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VENUE : London

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British super-middleweight champion George Groves has been forced to pull out of his title defence against Kenny Anderson on Friday due to medical reasons.
The bout was due to take place at Wembley Arena but Groves confirmed he injured his back during training and subsequently failed a fitness test.

Anderson, 29, has questioned his opponent's claims however, suggesting the Londoner has withdrawn in order to secure a world title fight with Robert Stieglitz.

George Groves and Kenny Anderson are both predicting an early night when they clash on Friday 16th March at the Wembley Arena. British Super-Middleweight Champion Groves makes the second defence of his title against the tough Edinburgh man in a return of their thriller in November 2010.

They clashed at the weigh-in and in an explosive fight Groves hit the floor before he came back to stop Anderson in the sixth round.

The rivals met face-to-face today to promote the fight which will be live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky Ch. 456/Virgin Ch. 546) and they both agree it won't go the distance. See images here.

"Anderson is a tough fighter, but I've come on since we last fought and I can't see him going as far as the sixth round this time, he'll go earlier,"

"I'm expecting a tough fight, I'm not underestimating him and he's going to want to prove that the last time was a mistake,"

"I've beaten DeGale and Smith and now I've got to beat Groves before I move onto the next level."

Anderson said, "It really hurt when he beat me, but I've got myself into the mandatory position and got the fight with Groves again,"

    Anderson accuses Groves of running scared after calling off Wembley title fight
    By Gianluca (Rio) Di Caro: Some sixteen months after George Groves and Kenny Anderson battled it out for Groves’ then newly acquired Commonwealth Super Middleweight Crown, at the M.E.N. in Manchester, the pair are preparing to go to war again on the 16th March. This time it’s for the British title Groves ceremoniously ripped from James DeGale’s grip back in May last year.

     Before I get into making any predictions about the outcome, let’s cast our mind back to the 13th November 2010 when the pair clashed for the first time.
    Some six months earlier Groves conclusively beat Ghana’s Charles Adamu to be crowned Commonwealth Super Middleweight Champ and was the bookies favourite to retain his crown against Anderson.

    However the Groves that turned up was not the same as the one that stopped the Ghanaian inside six rounds. Groves had a sluggish start, keeping his distance and only occasionally landed the odd combination.

    By the third Groves became increasingly reckless and started showboating with his hands down, in an attempt to draw the Scot in. When Anderson did come forward the pair started trading some venomous big shots and the writing was on the wall for Groves, as it was Anderson that was getting the better of each exchange.

    Things then got worse for Groves, he was forced back onto the ropes, constantly getting caught by big right and left hands. Groves was clearly struggling to cope with the constant pressure and it came as no surprise when Anderson landed a peach of a left hook to send the Londoner to the canvas for the first time in his professional career. Luckily for Groves before Anderson could finish him off the bell rang to end the round.

    Coming out for the fourth round it was clear that Groves wanted a war and was seemingly determined to go for it regardless of the instructions his manager/coach Adam Booth was screaming at him from ringside. As the round progressed Booth was becoming increasingly irate. When Groves returned to the corner at the end of the round Booth implored Groves to stop slugging it out with Anderson.

    In the fifth Stanza Groves continued to ignore Booth’s advice, as he continued to slug it out with Anderson each time the Scot marched forward. Groves showed heart though and eventually got a break, landing a couple of wicked body shots that stopped Anderson in his tracks.