CONOR McGREGOR says he’s happy for Floyd Mayweather after the American once again called time on his boxing career. The duo slugged it out last year in Las Vegas, smashing every record in the book as former pro Mayweather returned to the ring and emerged victorious. But there won’t be any rematches in either the ring or the MMA octagon after Mayweather decided to officially call it a day on his 40-0 streak.
CHRIS EUBANK JR has claimed he left George Groves 'hurt and angry' after the British rivals sparred ahead of their world title clash. Groves faces Eubank Jr in the World Boxing Super Series semi-final on Saturday night, with Groves also defending his WBA super-middleweight title in the same fight. It's one of the most anticipated fights of the year, and will be competed at the sold-out Manchester Arena.
GEORGE GROVES stunned Chris Eubank Jr in their most brutal spar but the challenger will give the WBA champ his toughest test, according to ex-coach Adam Booth. The trainer worked with Groves for six years and Eubank for two 2015 fights and was able to put the two super-middleweights through hundred of rounds. But the semi-final of the World Boxing Super Series pits the former gym-mates against each other on Saturday and both have claimed to have dominated their rehearsals.
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Selecting a term
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