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DeGale has twice come up against Groves, once in the amateur ranks and the other higher profile meeting ended with Groves inflicting the sole defeat of DeGale’s professional career. A Gold Medalist at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, DeGale has to divert his attention elsewhere at least until March where the World Boxing Super Series will be concluded. But DeGale has revealed it is a fight he has thought about, “I would like that fight” before he expanded on his plans to unify the super middleweight division before he contemplates retirement.

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