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Froch vs. Groves II fight preview show Ringside debuts Thursday; more tickets released May 1

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Carl Froch and George Groves will come face-to-face again as the bitter rivals meet on Ringside on Thursday, May 1 on Sky Sports.

The Super Middleweight stars clash once more for on May 31 at Wembley Stadium, and they renew hostilities in the Sky Sports studios on Thursday ahead of their hotly anticipated rematch.

The Brit adversaries stoked the fires for their first fight in Manchester with a tense meeting on the Ringside set before the November classic in Manchester, and the atmosphere when they sit side-by-side is certain to be electric as Johnny Nelson and Adam Smith take them through the first fight and look forward to the showdown at the national stadium that has already broken post-war British boxing attendance records.

“Last year, they met on an eerie Halloween, this time it’s May Day and in front of an audience on set,” said Sky Sports’ Adam Smith. “The tickets are as sought after as the fight itself! The tension will be phenomenal, the mind games gripping and I cannot wait to be inches from them – as we get up close and personal with these two fascinating fighters.”

“We all remember that epic Ringside edition last time these two met at the Sky studios and this time the stakes are even higher,” said promoter Eddie Hearn. “As we move closer to May 31 the inevitable physiological warfare will be compelling viewing – sit back and enjoy the ride!”

Extra Froch vs. Groves 2 tickets on sale May 1

The additional allocation of tickets for Carl Froch’s rematch with George Groves go on sale at midday on Thursday May 1.

Tickets will be available at SeeTickets.com or by calling SeeTickets General Public booking line: 0871 231 0838 (Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras). Tickets are priced at £100, £80, £40 and £30.

There are two types of tickets available – ticket only and Return Coach Travel ticket packages. There will be a limited number of ‘ticket-only’ tickets available and once these have been sold, the remaining tickets on-sale will be coach packages. The customer cannot book an entry ticket without coach travel and vice versa.