On Tuesday afternoon at the National Football Museum in Manchester, England, boxers George Groves and Chris Eubank Jr., who will fight for the World Boxing Association (WBA) Super Middleweight Super Championship, held their public training.
Both boxers delighted the assistants doing some mitt punches.
“I’m not taking this fight lightly. Eubank is definitely a good fighter, but as soon as I hit him, I will hurt him”, said Groves, who is the current WBA champion at 168 pounds.
On the other hand, Eubank said: “It is the most important fight of my career. I dreamed of being part of such a big fight since I started boxing. Groves will not last 12 rounds, he should enjoy his last few days with his WBA belt, because I will win it”.
Groves has a record of 27 wins, 3 losses and 20 knockouts, while Eubank Jr. has won 26 fights, lost one and knocked out 20 opponents. This Saturday, February 17, they will enter the ring to see who is the best.