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George Groves has been winning world-title fights in front of the TV cameras since he was 11 years old.

At the fourth attempt, Groves won a world boxing title this year, stopping Fedor Chudinov at Sheffield United FC’s Bramall Lane to claim the WBA Super world super-middleweight championship.

The 29 year old makes his first defence against Jamie Cox at Wembley Arena on Saturday, October 14 – a clash that sets up a possible World Boxing Super Series semi final against Chris Eubank Jr.

That’s a massive fight – and Groves is used to them.

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