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Carl Froch insists he can’t see anything else but a stoppage victory over George Groves when the pair meet on Saturday.
The duo will meet at Wembley for their highly-anticipated rematch, with Froch set to defend his IBF and WBA belts.
Froch picked up a stoppage victory when the pair first met in November, but it left a bitter taste in the mouth of Groves who thought that referee Howard Foster stopped the bout early in the ninth round.
The 36-year-old has admitted it’s going to be the biggest fight of his career as he looks to entertain the 80,000 crowd in attendance. Groves has claimed that left hook will win him the fight, but Froch is adamant the stoppage victory will come from himself.
Speaking at the final press-conference, he said: “I’m convinced George Groves won’t hear the final bell because I know what I need to do and I know how to do it.
“I still can’t believe that I’m going to be walking out in front of 80,000 fans in our national stadium. One of the best in the world. I’ve prepared for this fight like no other before. I’m in unbelievable shape and I’m looking forward to defending my world titles successfully.
“I’m extremely confident and I put that down to my long career, world title fights back to back and the fact I’ve got Mr Rob McCracken MBE in my corner. He’s got bags of experience.
“As a team, we’ve done what we need to do so just enjoy it, because I’m certainly going to.”