ISLEWORTH'S Georgie Groves landed the British super-middleweight title following a majority decision in his grudge match with old rival James DeGale on Saturday.
The former sparring partners have been at each other's throats since Groves enjoyed a controversial points decision over DeGale in the ABAs when both were still amateurs.
Saturday's fight at the O2 Arena was just as close, and Groves once again came out on top, scoring a 115-114 win from two judges, while the third made it a draw.
It was a first professional defeat for DeGale, while Groves maintained his unbeaten record since turning pro.
The pair slugged it out right to the end, despite Groves suffering a wobble in the third round and a bad cut to his forehead in the 11 th .
But the decision was not without its controversy, and promoter Frank Warren had already called for a re-match, which Groves has already said he is up for too.