Later this month, retirement will be considered by james DeGale after his fight fellow Briton Chris Eubank Jr at London.
The 33-year-old vacated the IBF title having won a rematch against Caleb Truax.
February, he will face Eubank Jr at a super-middleweight fight at the O2 Stadium on 23.
“I’m going to find this good win. After this win I knock it on the head. I really don’t understand,” he explained.
DeGale dropped the IBF title to Truax but reclaimed the belt contrary to the American.
He explained the determination to vacate would be to spare up him to pursue”enormous struggles” as opposed to face compulsory defences ordered by the IBF.
“I really could go on to have another four or three fights; I’m not overly convinced,” he further added.
“I’m at a good position where I’m happy and content in what I have finished with my own career. I’m sitting fine.
“The appetite and want has never been stronger. I have been training for this fight for a longlong time. I’m ready; physically, I’m ready, I’m healthy. There is a lot of questions hanging over this fight however, the main one is how much have I got left? Are I falling, am I shot? We are going to see.”
A draw was followed by the battles against American Truax of deGale . Colombian Fidel Monterrosa Munoz was stopped by him in September in his last fight.
“I didn’t feel any such thing. I didn’t even think about any of this,” explained DeGale of Groves’ decision.
“I’m focusing on my fight and what I want to do. I do not care about George Groves’ livelihood; he is retired. He thought it had been the perfect time to escape it and he’s knocked it on the mind .”