George Groves prepared for Christopher Rebrasse fight

Groves prepared for Rebrasse fight
© Getty Images
British super-middleweight George Groves insists that he won't be complacent when he faces European champion Christophe Rebrasse at Wembley Arena next weekend.

British super-middleweight George Groves has revealed that he considers Christopher Rebrasse to be a dangerous opponent ahead of their clash at Wembley Arena next weekend.

Groves is looking to return to winning ways after back-to-back defeats to Carl Froch, and while he is favourite to beat the Frenchman, the Londoner has insisted that he is prepared for a tough fight against the European champion.

The 26-year-old told Sky Sports News: "He's a champion, he has a good track record and he has never been stopped. He is coming as a European champion and he has dreams and ambitions and that makes him dangerous.

"I think I am better than him and I need to let him know that, but I won't be gung-ho. I won't go in swinging.

"For my own sanity rather than my reputation, I don't want to lose. I'm fully capable of winning and I will win."

The winner of the fight will become mandatory challenger for the WBC title, which is currently held by American Anthony Dirrell.

George Groves celebrates his victory after beating Noe Gonzalez in their International Super Middleweight match on May 25, 2013
Read Next:
Groves hoping for third Froch fight
You May Like
Recomended from Sports Mole