Carl Froch cannot wait to get his hands on arch-rival George Groves again as the WBA and IBF super-middleweight champion cut a mean and moody figure ahead of their rematch.
The Nottingham veteran has made no secret of the fact he is already sick of the hyperbole surrounding the blockbuster all-British scrap at Wembley on Saturday.
The fight has broken records as 80,000 will flock to the national stadium to witness the two men going toe-to-toe six months after their nine-round cracker in Manchester last year.
Froch-Groves is set to be the biggest post-war British boxing match
Froch, 36, beat his young rival on that night but had to drag himself up from a first-round knockdown and weather a severe storm before controversially stopping the Londoner in the ninth.
WHEN IS THE FIGHT?
Wembley Stadium will host a boxing match for the first time since it re-opened in 2007, with Olympic gold medallist Anthony Joshua featuring on the undercard.
James DeGale will also take on Brandon Gonzales in the IBF super-middleweight final eliminator and Kevin Mitchell faces Ghislain Maduma in the IBF lightweight final eliminator.
WHERE CAN I WATCH IT?
The Froch-Groves rematch is set to be the biggest post-war British boxing event and will be televised exclusively live on Sky Sports Box Office for £16.95. Coverage will start at 6pm.
If you have money to burn, VIP packages are still available at £1,500.
- Froch has won 32 of his 34 fights, with an impressive 23 knockouts
- Groves has fought 20 fights, winning 19. His only loss was the initial bout with Froch
- Groves has registered 15 knockout wins, giving him a 75% hit rate