Nottingham boxer Carl Froch has been ordered to give George Groves a rematch within 90 days or be stripped of his title by the International Boxing Federation.
Earlier today Froch claimed that Groves had rejected "a seven-figure sum" for a second fight.
It follows their controversial bout in November, which the champion won with a contentious ninth-round stoppage to keep his WBA and IBF belts.
Groves has admitted he turned down an offer but insists he is eager to get back into the ring with Froch.
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