Groves smothered Eubank when he tried to get close to him and was more accurate with his jab.
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George Groves' place in the World Boxing Super Series final is in doubt after his unanimous points win over Chris Eubank Jr. Saturday.Victory over Eubank in a second defense of his World Boxing Association super-middleweight title also secured Groves a place in the final of the eight-man tournament.Sauerland said that despite losing to Groves, Eubank could find himself in the WBSS final if Groves is ruled out through injury.Eubank, who could not land enough clean shots or put the champion under sustained pressure, said he felt Groves should have been penalized for what was judged an accidental clash of heads in the third round.Eubank's father Chris Sr., who was world middleweight and super-middleweight champion in the 1990s, admitted Groves deserved the decision.
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