Boxing Odds – Groves vs. Rebrasse September 20 from London!

George “St. George” Groves will face Christopher “L’iceberg” Rebrasse for the European super middleweight title and for the vacant WBC silver super middleweight title on September 20 from the Wembley Arena, Wembley, London, United Kingdom. Groves opened as a -1400 favorite with the Boxing odds while Rebrasse opened as a +750 dog.

George Groves

The 26 year old George Groves stands at five feet 11 and one half inches tall with a reach of 72 inches and fights from an orthodox stance. Groves was born in Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom where he still resides. Groves is ranked third in the United Kingdom for the super middleweight class and is ranked tenth in the world. Groves has a career record of 19 wins, two losses and no draws. Groves has scored 15 knockouts out of his 19 career wins and both of his losses were by knockout. Groves is trying to get back on track after losing those two knockouts in his last two bouts. On November 23, 2013 Groves was defeated in a technical knockout by Carl Foch in the ninth round of a scheduled 12 round bout that was for the IBF super middleweight title and the WBA super world super middleweight title. He then lost a rematch to Froch, again by technical knockout, on May 31, 2014 in the eighth round of a scheduled 12 round bout for the same title belts that were on the line in the first matchup between the two.

Christopher Rebrasse

The 28 year old Christopher Rebrasse fights from an orthodox stance and hails from France. He is the second ranked super middleweight in France and the 20th record of 22 wins, two losses, and three draws. Out of is 22 wins a total of six have come by knockout and Rebrasse has never suffered a knockout loss. Rebrasse is coming off a technical knockout win over Mouhamed Ali Ndiaye in the fourth round of a scheduled 12 round bout that took place on March 22, 2014 and was for the vacant European super middleweight title. ranked super middleweight in the world. Rebrasse has a career record of 22 wins, two losses, and three draws. Out of is 22 wins a total of six have come by knockout and Rebrasse has never suffered a knockout loss. Rebrasse is coming off a technical knockout win over Mouhamed Ali Ndiaye in the fourth round of a scheduled 12 round bout that took place on March 22, 2014 and was for the vacant European super middleweight title.

The Pick

We expect Groves to come out hard and with a vengeance as he looks to earn his way back into contender status. Groves is the pick in this matchup!

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