British Beef: we look back at British boxing's biggest grudges

Last Updated: 08/11/13 9:25am

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Carl Froch and George Groves are not only battling it out for super-middleweight superiority, they are also building a bitter grudge.

But where does their fall-out fit into the rest of British boxing? Well, British Beef will answer that!

As we count down to Froch v Groves, on November 23, live on Sky Sports Box Office, we will look back at the bitter feuds that have festered from the first meeting, through the fight itself and way beyond that.

There are one or two obvious enemies who lead the way in British Beef, but we will be looking back at half-a-dozen more grudges, which run deeper than a simple dislike.

Of course there is a simple clash of personalities, there is success and professional progress that get in the way, there is the familiar war of words, but beyond that, there are even social issues that come to the fore.

British Beef will give you a snapshot back to when two boxers really didn't like each other... COMING SOON.

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