McGuigan through a bit of bad luck when both Frampton and Haye lost their fights, but he’s now happier that he has more time to work with Groves.
“David snapped his Achilles and was four rounds to one up before he snapped it, and Carl lost a majority decision to an elite fighter, didn’t perform to the best of his ability. It’s great: I’ve [now] got more time in the day and can put a little bit more into George Groves. We’re in a tough fight against Jamie Cox and are going to need all that time to prepare for this. He’s a good fighter,” McGuigan summarised.