Shoutout to @frankboxingcoach - has been innovative in using the old and testing the new ways to develop boxing as a sport. Always great to see people bringing sport out of the dark ages. Follow him for great boxing drills.
What next for both men? .
For George Groves, he moves onto the World Boxing Super Series final. Personally believe he has too much Boxing ability for both Callum Smith & Juergen Braehmer. He's just a step ahead of Braehmer in all departments & Smith - who I expect to beat Braehmer although it could be tough being in Germany - struggles when faced with a Boxer who has a good solid jab & employs some movement utilising good footwork. Groves would beat Smith IMO. He's already knocked out his brother Paul in 2 rounds. Callum is better & would be tougher but Groves has advantages over him IMO that I believe would be key. I expect Groves - who now holds the WBA world title & the IBO belt - to win the entire tournament then likely face the winner of Truax-DeGale 2 which is set to be announced for the IBF title.
For Chris Eubank Jr., it is back to the drawing board. He clearly struggles when faced against a boxer who displays movement, utilises the entire ring, uses footwork & has a sharp & solid jab. Billy Joe Saunders first displayed this, George Groves followed him in doing so yesterday. These are areas Jr. desperately needs to work on & improve or he will always fall short against this style of boxer. There is a lot of debate over whether he should stay at 168 or move back down to 160. I think middleweight may be a better weight for him as he is fairly small for super middleweight compared to Boxers who are big at the weight like Groves, however there are more potential big money fights for him at 168 IMO so ultimately I expect him to stay there. However, the main area he desperately needs to rectify is not having a proper boxing coach/trainer in his camp. His father is useful due to his accomplishments & experience, however he needs an authoritative Boxing coach to take control of his entire training camp & provide guidance in his corner during bouts. .
What do you think, boxing fans? @boxing_worldwide1 .