Carl Froch and George Groves are set to reunite for a unlikely speaking event later this year.
Five years on from the conclusion of their bitter rivalry – one of the most fierce in British boxing history – the pair will host ‘The Final Say’ in Manchester.
The relationship between Froch and Groves was at it’s most malicious in 2013/14 during which time they had two legendary fights.
First, at Manchester Arena, the ‘Saint’ dropped the ‘Cobra’ early on before being controversially stopped in the later rounds.
This dispute led to a rematch at Wembley Stadium, which was a close affair until Froch landed the sweetest right hand of his career to knock his rival clean out.
Until very recently their mutual hatred remained, however last month the pair appeared together as pundits for Dave Allen vs Lucas Browne.
While working on the Sky show, their relationship thawed and they have since teased the possibility of a trilogy bout.
Instead of this, on September 28 they’ll host an evening event to reminisce about their two brilliant battles.
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The ‘reunion’ tour we’ve all been waiting for If you fancy a bit of this you can purchase tickets from http://www.legends7.co.uk And if you’re wondering what to expect…. Well I’ll be too strong for him. I’ll back him up onto the ropes and I’ll absolutely smashed him to bits. We can all have a bit of a push and a pull. It’s a simple as that.