Last Updated: 24/05/14 10:30pm
It is the Ultimate Weekend on Sky Sports and although it is still seven days away, Froch v Groves II: Unfinished Business, is part of it.
Saturday night brings you two of the best build-up shows as we start the countdown to the Wembley showdown, live on Sky Sports Box Office on May 31.
We start with a sensational show that sees Carl Froch and George Groves lock horns, while the second one sees tennis star and fight fan Andy Murray give his take on the big fight...
This is something you do not want to miss! A stunning Saturday of sport is still going as Carl Froch and George Groves go face-to-face with no holds barred - even a week before they walk into the ring. The bitter rivalrly has got the nation watching again, but will the young upstart still get up the experienced champions nose by simply sharing the same room? Will it be even more heated this time? Well you've already seen the handshake and shove, but you will see another side between the two, so will you change your mind? There's only one way to find out!
He is not just the reigning Wimbledon champion and he is not just about to start his hunt for another Grand Slam in the French Open: Andy Murray is a big boxing fan. So who better to give his take on the Wembley showdown that has already crossed the boundaries and got other sports talking? He would love to be ringside but we catch up with him in Spain , where he told us just what that first fight and the following fall-out meant and the rest of the nation's fight fans. And of course, the big question is going to be who does Murray think will win? Find out...
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