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‘The Saint’ George Groves is revelling in his success now, fresh from his World Boxing Super Series’ quarterfinal victory over Jamie Cox which came via a devastating body shot in the third round. Groves has now switched his attention to his longtime rival and his opponent for the tournament’s semifinal stage, Chris Eubank Jr.

“I felt I boxed very well, he (Eubank Jr) could quite possibly be a bit nervous about it,” explained Groves when pressed on the question of his next opponent’s presence at the SSE Arena.  But ‘The Saint’ appeared in bullish mood as he openly dismissed the credentials of his opponent and the idea that he poses any sort of possible threat “It doesn’t matter as, at the end of the day, the very best Chris Eubank won’t beat me” Groves stated. 

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