A highly anticipated Super-middleweight showdown between two of Britain’s premier boxers.
The winner of the fight will compete in the final of the inaugural World Boxing Super Series, which has also been called the Champions League of boxing.
Chris Eubank JR will put his WBA title on the line alongside George Groves’ WBA title.
When is it and where is it taking place?
The fight will take place on Saturday (February 17) at the Manchester Arena, Europe’s largest purpose-built indoor arena.
What time will the fight start?
The main event is scheduled to begin at around 10pm, with ring walk outs believed to be around 9:40pm.
What are the odds?
Chris Eubank Jr enters the scrap as a slight favourite, with a price of 8/13 to win the highly anticipated face-off.
His opponent George Groves is available at 6/4 to complete the biggest victory of his short, but esteemed career thus far.
Eubank Jr is available at 13/8 to win by KO, TKO or disqualification, whilst Groves can be found at 3/1 to win by the same methods.
Hammersmith local Groves shades who punters are backing, accumulating 56% of all bets on the fight.
What TV channel is it on?
The fight will be shown live on ITV Box Office for the price of £16.95, or alternatively you can listen live on talkSPORT for free.
What are their records?
Groves – 27/3/0
Eubank Jr – 26-1-0
What have they said, boxing gym news…
Groves discussed Eubank Jr’s thought process: “He thinks he’s going to win because its destiny or it’s his time”.
“None of that crap exists, it’s who is better on the night. It’s not his time.
“The documentary which came out this week looks like ‘Homes Under the Hammer’ [a British TV show auctioning houses]. He’s wandering around, opening windo.ws, testing shelves and stuff in this big house.
“He has got to a position where he wants all the things he’s wanted for so long, he probably thinks he’s going to achieve them.
“But you’ve got to win some fights first, you know what I mean. There’s no point dreaming about stuff which hasn’t happened. He’s getting a little bit ahead of himself.
“It won’t be an easy fight, but the way he has been elevated means it will be a huge fall from grace for him.”
Eubank Jr quipped back: “He won’t go 12 rounds.
“Somebody is getting knocked out, and this chin doesn’t have an off button. His does.
“I don’t have any hate for the guy.
“He’s just the guy with a belt that I need to beat to win the tournament.
“Like I said, I keep my emotions out of boxing. It’s not personal. It’s just punishment.”