Wembley Stadium, London, England, UK. 29 May 2014.
1. 00:00 Pan of Carl Froch's world title belts
2. 00:07 George Groves entering the news conference
3. 00:15 Carl Froch entering the news conference
4. 00:25 Wide of news conference
5. 00:29 SOUNDBITE (English) Carl Froch, world super-middleweight champion:
(On the fight)
"The fact that it's an immediate return with George Groves, it's got that air about it, the air of importance. With it being at the national stadium it's obviously big. This is by far the biggest fight of my unbelievable career. It's giving me the motivation and giving me the apprehension I need to perform at my best."
6. 00:57 Wide of news conference
7. 01:10 SOUNDBITE (English) George Groves, challenger:
(On what this fight means to him)
"For me, we've worked towards perfection in camp and this couldn't be more perfect really. I'm going to become world champion in London, in front of so many people and what an opportunity and time and place to arrive."
8. 01:31 Close-up of Froch
9. 01:34 SOUNDBITE (English) Carl Froch, world super-middleweight champion:
(On his form and physical preparation at 36 years old)
"I'm bringing that confidence and that experience with me to this fight. On top of being in absolutely unbelievable shape which is going to allow me to perform at my best for the whole duration of the fight. I'm convinced this fight won't go the distance, George Groves won't hear the final bell because I know what I need to do and I know how to do it."
10. 01:57 Close-up of Groves
11. 02:01 SOUNDBITE (English) George Groves, challenger:
(On the punch he's been saying will win him the fight)
"Anyone who's watched media work out or some of the behind the ropes stuff will know that we've been working on left hooks and we know the left hook will work and it will be the left hook that finishes Carl Froch on Saturday night."
Billed as one of the biggest fights in British boxing history, the second instalment of Carl Froch against George Groves has the ingredients of a classic.
Now it just has to live up to the expectations.
Saturday's fight for Froch's IBF and WBA super-middleweight titles will take place at Wembley Stadium in front of a record British boxing crowd of about 80,000 fans.
It features an established champion against a young pretender and a score to settle.
The rematch has been a promoter's dream because of the dramatic first fight in Manchester last November.
The 36-year-old Froch - arguably Britain's top boxer of the past five years - was knocked down in the first round and exposed for more than half the bout by an upstart 11 years his junior.
In the ninth round, Froch finally landed some meaningful punches of his own to leave Groves wobbling, but the challenger was still on his feet when the referee controversially stepped in to end the fight.
It was no surprise that the IBF ordered a rematch after Groves made a complaint with the clamour for Froch-Groves II almost irresistible.
The fight has captured the British public's imagination, so much so that Wembley - the home of English football - was regarded as the only setting big enough to satisfy demand.
The old Wembley hosted an unforgettable fight between Muhammad Ali and Henry Cooper in 1963.
The last fight at Wembley was in 1995, when Frank Bruno beat Oliver McCall in a 12-round unanimous decision to capture the world heavyweight title.