Boxing legend Frank Bruno who was the last Brit to fight at Wembley Stadium.
The last Briton to to fight at Wembley Stadium was Frank Bruno.
Speaking to BBC Radio Five Live, Frank Bruno said:
"Whatever the crowd was there for my fight against Oliver McCall - whether it was 2,000 or 50,000 - it didn't matter. Because those there were unbelievable, the way they got behind me and it gave me a big boost.
"Fighting at Wembley is the Rolls Royce, the Bentley, of boxing. It is a dream come true. It has always been the big place to hold the big fights. It was nerve wracking but it was an amazing feeling."
– George Groves, speaking to Sky Sports
I've never boxed anywhere close to the capacity of Wembley - it is going to be a great experience. But when you are in ring it is hard to tell how big arena is.
But it will be electric. And to be crowned world champion in my home town of London will be an amazing feeling.
The highly-anticipated re-match between George Groves and IBF and WBA super-middleweight champion Carl Froch will take place at Wembley Stadium on May 31.
It will be the first bout to be contested under the arch of the new Wembley. Froch stopped Groves in the ninth round of their last contest, but controversy followed with many experts suggesting referee Howard Foster stepped in when Groves was able to continue.