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George Groves talks Badou Jack, Froch, and Mayweather-Berto

George Groves his his impressions on the Maywewather-Berto fight, and talks about what fans can expect when he faces Badou Jack on the undercard this weekend.

Wil Esco is an assistant editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2014.

Mandatory challenger George Groves will be facing Badou Jack in a title fight this weekend on the Mayweather-Berto undercard. Groves talks about the Mayweather-Berto fight, saying he thinks it's a good fight and that he likes Andre Berto as a person.

Groves was then asked about his own fight with titleholder Badou Jack and whether or not it's to his advantage that he's fought Carl Froch twice before in front of huge crowds. Groves, of course, says having fought on big stages before is naturally an advantage, but also mentions that he was robbed terribly against Froch in their first meeting while also crediting Froch for knocking him out in their rematch. George also talks a bit about perseverance and feeling good where he's currently at following his devastating knockout by Froch, saying he's in high spirits and ready to rock and roll.

George ends the interview saying he wants to fight all the big names in his division, including ultimately landing a fight with Andre Ward.

Check out the video above to catch the entire interview.

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