Carl Froch George Groves Boxing
Carl Froch and George Groves get into a little staring match during the official weigh-in, 30 MayReuters

The biggest all-British fight since the Second World War is upon us, as Carl Froch looks to defend his WBA and IBF super-middleweight title against George Groves in what promises to be a humdinger of a rematch at the famous Wembley.

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The fight is scheduled for around a 10 pm BST (2.30 am, 5 pm ET) start but could be delayed based on the undercard fights. The undercard fights, which includes James DeGale vs Brandon Gonzalez and Anthony Joshua vs Matt Legg, are scheduled for a 6 pm BST start. Coverage in the UK will be on Sky Sports Box Office, while US viewers can catch the fight on HBO. The live streaming option for UK viewers is HERE or HERE, with viewers in the US able to live stream all the action HERE.

The build-up to this fight has been non-stop and relentless with both fighters trading barbs with little love lost between the two, considering the manner in which the last fight ended.

Groves seems like being the crowd favourite as Froch, who stopped his opponent in controversial fashion in November, was booed by the crowd during the weigh-in, not that it bothered the man from Nottingham even a little.

"There are a few people here booing me which is great," Froch said. "It all adds to the atmosphere. Most of my crowd will be here tomorrow.

"He has put himself under so much pressure now and I'm at my best. You are going to see, potentially, a one-sided whopping. I think he is feeling the pressure, he looked like a worried man today. I have the chance to put this saga behind me and put him to bed."

Groves, though, has no doubts that he will be the one standing aloft with his arms in the air at the end of the fight in front of 80,000 people in London.

"Carl was talking and talking, said I looked dry, I looked tight at the weight," Londoner Groves said. "He is grasping for something, he needs reassurance. I said this six months ago. He can't find it and for that reason he is going to struggle. He is gone.

"I will beat Carl Froch every night of the week and it doesn't matter if it is the best Carl Froch or the worst Carl Froch. Go back and watch before the first fight. He said he was in perfect condition, he said he had done all the training, says he keeps a diary and jots down everything and says he was hitting his targets.

"We can go 12 rounds, we can go all night long. This fight is going to get worse for Carl round by round. He is not going to enjoy the first round but he is not going to enjoy the second, the third is going to be worse. The belts should be mine. Carl has had them on loan for six months. They are in London now, I am not going to let them leave."