Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Groves signs deal with Sauerland

George GrovesPay per head sportsbooks were very excited to learn that George Groves signed a long-term promotional contract with Sauerland before the rematch with Carl Froch.

Groves agreed on a “long-term” deal and now the fighter is promoted by brothers Nisse and Kalle, who operate the German-based company, less than two weeks before the rematch, and pay per head sportsbooks all over the world can’t wait to see what will happen in the ring when this fight gets underway.

“I am extremely pleased to have signed with Team Sauerland,” said the 26-year-old, and so are many fans and pay per head sportsbooks.

“I have boxed on their shows in the past and have known Kalle and Nisse (Sauerland) for years. The shows they put on in Europe are phenomenal.

Pay per head sportsbooks and many fans that saw the shows put on by Sauerland could not agree more with the fighter.

“This is definitely a step in the right direction for me as I look to build my name not only across Europe but all around the world.

“I feel that now I have the right team in place to help me achieve everything I need to in boxing.”

Price per head services saw that Groves, who parted ways with Adam Booth as his manager as well as his trainer, had a short-term contract with Matchroom Sport that came to an end last year.

The fighter will now be part of a team that includes British heavyweight David Price and fellow super-middleweight Mikkel Kessler, and pay per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see how they will perform.

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“We are proud to have won the race for George’s signature and look forward to guiding one of the most exciting talents on the planet,” said Kalle Sauerland.

Pay per head sportsbooks and many fans believe that Groves made a very good move by signing the deal, and are very eager to see how the fighter will do when he takes on Froch.