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George Groves - NavigationsmenüFrancisco Sierra. On 28 Januaryat the age of 30, Groves announced his retirement from professional boxing, stating, "I don't want there to be a time where I'm 'too old' to box, or where injury retires me. British boxer. After gaining a scholarship Kristallica Liverpool Universityhe graduated in with an honours degree in Engineering and Telephony. George Groves ist ein ehemaliger britischer Profiboxer im Supermittelgewicht. Er wurde seit von Shane McGuigan trainiert und ist ehemaliger Weltmeister der WBA und IBO. George Groves (* März in London) ist ein ehemaliger britischer Profiboxer im Supermittelgewicht. Er wurde seit von Shane McGuigan trainiert. George Robert Groves (* Dezember in St Helens, Merseyside, England; † 4. September in North Hollywood, Kalifornien) war ein. Wer die Muhammad Ali Trophy gewinnen will, muss an ihm vorbei: Weltmeister George Groves. Der Engländer mit der großen Klappe blickt mit nur 29 Jahren.
Known For. The Song of the Flame Sound Department. Sunrise at Campobello Sound Department. Viennese Nights Sound Department. Say It with Songs Sound Department.
Jump to: Sound department Music department Self. Alternate Names: George R. Edit Did You Know? Trivia: Immigrated to the United States in In the opening round, Jack scored a knockdown against Groves, but the latter was able to recover and rally back in what would become a competitive fight.
At the end, the scorecards were split with — and — for Jack, and — for Groves. Groves felt as though he did enough to win and said, "Losing a world title fight is the worst feeling in the world.
Following his third failed attempt at claiming a world title, Groves had to start over. He hired Shane McGuigan as his new trainer. Di Luisa was down and given a count in the 4th round and down again twice in the 5th round before the towel is thrown in from his corner resulting in a TKO victory for Groves.
Groves knocked out undefeated David Brophy in round 4. Groves won the vacant WBA international super-middleweight title. In May, it was announced that Groves would meet domestic rival and former four-time world title challenger Martin Murray in a WBA super middleweight title eliminator on 25 June at the O2 Arena on the Anthony Joshua vs.
Dominic Breazeale undercard live on Sky Box Office. Both fighters were delighted that the fight was made. Murray made weight on second attempt.
The three judges scored the fight at , giving Murray only two rounds. Groves hurt Murray with big right hands in rounds 7, 9 and Murray had Groves looking hurt in the 10th after hitting him with a left hook to the head.
Both fighters looked tired and ragged in the 12th round. Their conditioning looked less than to be desired at that point in the fight.
On 18 November , Groves was set to defend his International title for a second time, this time against German boxer Eduard Gutknecht , 13 KOs. Gutknecht had previously challenged once for the world super middleweight title and once the world light heavyweight title.
The fight took place at the Wembley Arena in London. In a one-sided fight, Groves defeated Gutknecht by 12 round unanimous decision title.
The judges scored it , and all in favour of Groves. Groves showed good boxing skills in surviving an early attack from Gutknecht in the first three rounds.
Groves had to take some hard power shots and jabs. In round 9, Gutknecht took a lot of heavy blows from Groves.
Gutknecht was able to catch Groves with some hard jabs that got his attention in the 9th. Gutknecht was no longer throwing power shots, which at this point was what he needed to win the rounds.
Gutknecht collapsed in the dressing room following the bout and was taken to hospital where he underwent surgery for swelling to the brain.
This would be his 4th attempt at a world title. Although the venue wasn't confirmed via his Twitter, Groves stated he would like to fight in London.
Sauerland Events confirmed they had until 5 January to agree on a deal. The winner of both fights would then need to meet in order to decide one titleholder, as part of WBA's plans to reduce the number of world titles per division.
In his fourth attempt, Groves finally became world champion when he stopped Chudinov in round six. A barrage of punches gave referee Steve Gray no choice but to halt the fight giving Groves the win.
The fight was non stop action from the opening bell. After an evenly matched first two rounds, Groves took control. Groves was cut above the eye in round four after an accidental clash of heads.
The official time of stoppage was 1 minute and 14 seconds. Groves spoke to Sky Sports after the fight and credited his trainer Shane McGuigan, "This is the end of a lifetime's work.
Shane McGuigan has resurrected my career. Now I'm mature enough to admit that. I feel like I'm the best in the division. I'm willing and ready to fight anyone.
Groves said, That or [I] broke it from over-smiling since. On 16 June , Groves announced that he would be the first super-middleweight to join the World Boxing Super Series tournament.
The 8-man bracket-style elimination tournament, which would see the winner earn a grand cash prize as well as the 'greatest prize in boxing', the Muhammad Ali Trophy.
The reason for joining was to prove that he is the best super-middleweight in the world. A draft gala was scheduled to take place on 8 July in Monaco to determine who Groves would fight in the quarter finals.
At the Draft Gala on 8 July, Groves, who was first-seeded, meaning he had the option to select his opponent, choose to fight undefeated British boxer Jamie Cox , 13 KOs.
Groves' WBA title would also be at stake as well the winner advancing to the semi finals against the winner of Chris Eubank Jr. Groves took back his earlier words of saying Cox was the easiest, "I know there are no easy fights in this tournament and there are no easy fights at world level, but Jamie is the guy I know the most about.
A perfectly placed right hand to the body send Cox down in pain. Referee Steve Gray counted him out at 1 minute, 42 seconds into the round.
The fight started with both boxers feeling each other out and trading sporadically. Cox boxed well for the first two rounds however seemed a little reckless in doing so.
Groves boxed sensibly, waiting for counter shots. That's what we wanted. I didn't want an easy fight. At first, promoter Kalle Sauerland stated he would try to book the fight for a stadium in either London or Manchester.
The winner of the fight would earn his place in the final of the tournament as well as walk out with the WBA Super and IBO super-middleweight titles.
Groves secured his place in the final of the tournament after defeating Eubank over 12 rounds. The judges scored the fight , and for Groves.
Groves, the bigger man in the ring, used his jab to control the fight after a cagey round and mostly fought on the back foot, occasionally landing the big shot.
An accidental clash of heads caused Eubank to receive a cut on the side of his right eye in round 3.
The big cut was dealt with by his corner after the round, but as the fight went on to the later rounds, blood was seen flowing expeditiously.
Many thought Eubanks cutman was inadequate in his attempt to stop the cut, Eubank later said he struggled to see out the eye.
The fight was riddled with a lot of clinches and unclean punches from both boxers. Groves also suffered a dislocated shoulder in round It was said that Groves weighed around pounds on fight night.
The jab was landing correctly all night. When he had success, it was because I did something wrong. I thought I did enough in the later rounds to win the fight, but it was a close fight.
And all credit to George. As controversial as the first fight was, the rematch in front of a packed out Wembley Stadium was conclusive. Your Sun Sign in.
Sign in. All Sport. His preference was a third fight with Kessler, based on the resounding critical success of the second,  as well as a rematch with former Super Six rival Andre Ward , who defeated Froch in the tournament final on 17 December George Groves had won three fights in , including a victory on the undercard of Froch—Kessler II.
This drew furious criticism from Froch a week before that fight, who branded Groves a traitor for helping out his Danish opponent and not staying loyal to his countryman.
Once Groves became the mandatory contender for the IBF title, Froch began considering him as a serious opponent for later in the year. Throughout the latter half of the year, Froch and Groves engaged in an intense war of words, rife with trash-talk , in a rivalry likened to that of Nigel Benn vs.
Chris Eubank in the early s. Neither accepted the offer of a handshake. In Groves' training camp, preparations hit a major stumbling block when he and trainer Adam Booth split acrimoniously in September.
At the weigh-in on 22 November, which culminated in both boxers having to be pulled apart by security and personnel, Froch was highly animated during the customary staredown as he taunted an "uncharacteristically quiet" Groves.
The crowd was overwhelmingly in support of Froch, but Groves would ultimately win them over by the end of the night after his performance in the ring.
Froch, too, was evidently surprised by this tactic and chose to fight more cautiously than usual until the final moments of the round.
Sensing that he was about to lose the round having fought too defensively, Froch opened up and tried to land punches of his own.
Groves responded by catching him with a quick, hard overhand right which knocked down Froch for only the second time in his career the first being against Jermain Taylor in their fight.
Despite being known for his iron chin , Froch was seriously hurt and only just made it out of the round. The ensuing rounds saw Groves—who was eleven years younger than Froch—outboxing him and consistently landing clean punches, as the prospect of a major upset was brewing.