Nottingham's Carl Froch has spoken of his excitement at defending both world super-middleweight belts for the first time against George Groves.
Speaking on Sky Sports News Froch said:
"To defend my titles in England and against a British fighter in George Groves, it's exciting not just for me but for the fans as well.
I've boxed for world titles in my last 10 fights, but it's always been against international fighters. So to fight finally against someone else who's English, it's a real treat for fans.
It's a domestic [world title] fight and it rarely happens in boxing."
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