Carl Froch, the current WBA and IBF Super Middleweight Champion, says he is "feeling strong" ahead of Saturday's biggest post-war fight in British boxing history.
'The Cobra', from Nottingham, takes on George Groves at Wembley.
The pair met previously for Froch v Groves I, but the battle was controversially stopped in the ninth round forcing a rematch.
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Nottingham boxer Carl Froch stopped for photographs and to sign autographs as he took to the ring for a public training session at the city's Broadmarsh shopping centre.
The champion sports star is warming up for a second showdown match against rival George Groves on Saturday.
Hundreds of people have gathered to watch Nottingham boxer Carl Froch demonstrate his moves ahead of Saturday’s showdown rematch against George Groves.
The public training session is taking place at Intu Broadmarsh.
Nottingham boxer Carl Froch will be in the city centre today to show off his skills ahead of Saturday’s rematch against George Groves.
The IBF and WBA super-middleweight champion will be taking to the ring at Intu Broadmarsh to give fans the chance to see his final preparation, putting on a public workout session at the shopping centre.
The rematch will take place at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
The countdown is underway to the biggest fight in British boxing history.
Carl Froch takes on George Groves in a rematch fight at Wembley on May 31.
All next week ITV News Central will be building up to the fight.
Here is a taste of what is in store.
Carl Froch and George Groves will take to the scales ahead of their re-match at Wembley next Friday at 3:30pm, boxing promoter Eddie Hearn has confirmed.
Recently-retired, Rendall Monroe, has backed Nottingham boxer, Carl Froch, to beat adversary George Groves in their rematch at Wembley Stadium.
The boxing bin-man from Leicester says Froch probably under-estimated his rival last time out, but will do the business again on 31 May.
Boxing bin-man, Rendall Munroe, has told ITV News Central he has no regrets about retiring from the sport for a second time.
The Leicester fighter got his nickname when he kept his day job emptying bins throughout much of his career in the ring.
He said a major drive was to prove his doubters wrong.
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