Last Updated: 16/05/14 3:59pm
The countdown to the biggest night in British boxing history is on!
The eagerly-anticipated rematch between Carl Froch and George Groves has already gripped the nation and we can bring you all the big build-up as it happens.
Our dedicated microsite skysports.com/frochgroves2 will bring you the very latest news, day-by-day, as we close in on May 31 at Wembley Stadium.
We will bring you exclusive stories, entertaining videos, expert opinions and every single major talking point over the next two weeks...
NEWS - We will bring you the latest from both Froch, Groves and their camps and the undercard, including Anthony Joshua and James DeGale.
VIEWS - We have a series of fellow and former figthters giving us their views, including some of the biggest names in the sport such as David Haye, Amir Khan and Joe Calzaghe
VIDEOS - We will carry the best bits from Sky Sports News and our other shows setting the scene, while our Sky Sports YouTube channel will have some brilliant packages.
OPINION - We get expert analysis from former world champions Jim Watt, Johnny Nelson and Glenn McCrory as well as one or two new faces...
FEATURES - We look at the War of Words between Froch and Groves and other rematches that have gripped boxing, for good and bad reasons!
COMPETITIONS - We have four pairs of tickets to Wembley to give away next week, two a day from Tuesday onwards.
Stay here to find out exactly what we will be bringing you from Monday, May 26 onwards as we get ever closer to the big one.
You can follow the countdown right here, or via your Sky Sports app and your Ipad.
And don't forget you can book the fight... now!
ONLINE - GO TO www.sky.com/orderboxoffice
(There is no surcharge for online bookings)
BY PHONE - CALL 08442 410888
(There may be £1 surcharge for telephone bookings)
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Steve Collins expects Carl Froch to fight Julio Cesar Chavez junior next after his stoppage of George Groves.
Promoter Eddie Hearn says Carl Froch's options are open but he expects him to box again after taking time off.