Having promised to atone for a topsy-turvy 2021, #1 WBA middleweight contender Chris Eubank Jr will face a stiff test of his world championship aspirations when looking to silence domestic rival Liam Williams in enemy territory at the Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff on December 11.
IBO super-middleweight champion Chris Eubank Jr has revealed he’s planning an in-ring return either next month or at some stage in November. But the fight will be on his terms as he continues into the peak years of an eight-year professional career.
Chris Eubank Jr delivered one of his best career performances yet, during a commanding 114-112, 115-112, 117-109 points victory over fierce rival James DeGale – to win the vacant IBO World Super-Middleweight title in style at London’s 02 Arena.
Chris Eubank Jr was dominant as he cruised to victory by unanimous decision over Arthur Abraham in his maiden title defence.
Chris Eubank Jr (29-2, 22 KOs) will hope his latest deal with European promoter Team Sauerland provides him the platform to take over the middleweight division. However, with two years since his last real fight – retiring James DeGale in February 2019 – we’ve heard this before. Now 31, can he back up these claims … Continue reading Chris Eubank Jr’s latest promotional deal an opportunity to finally prove himself
After an impressive start, it was an underwhelming finish as world title hopeful Chris Eubank Jr scored three knockdowns in the first four rounds, en route to retaining his #1 WBA middleweight ranking with a comfortable decision win (116-109, 116-109, 116-108) against Liam Williams.
After two delays forced this domestic duel back a few months, #1 WBA middleweight contender Chris Eubank Jr prepares to make his third appearance under a promotional deal that believes he can clean out the 160lb division. Next up? A credible challenge on enemy shores who last year managed to do something he is longing … Continue reading Bad blood and egos aside, Eubank Jr must shine on enemy territory in Cardiff this weekend
After his originally scheduled bout was twice cancelled a fortnight ago, #1 ranked WBA middleweight contender Chris Eubank Jr finally makes his in-ring return tomorrow night as part of a Newcastle Fight Night event card against Germany’s Wanik Awdijan, who claims he will have the same heat and energy his social media comments had come … Continue reading Take two: Eubank Jr vows for spiteful display vs. Germany’s Wanik Awdijan
Having ended his 16-month layoff with a comfy but uninspiring unanimous decision win over compatriot Marcus Morrison on May 1, middleweight contender Chris Eubank Jr (#1 WBA) feels he could have three fights by the year’s end if all goes to plan vs. Anatoli Muratov this weekend.
Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn has his latest plan in motion: building a May pay-per-view event headlined by heavyweights Derek Chisora and Joseph Parker after the latter’s underwhelming win over compatriot Junior Fa last month. He also wants to place WBA interim middleweight champion Chris Eubank Jr on the undercard, who hasn’t fought since Dec. 2019.
According to new promoter Kalle Sauerland, WBA interim middleweight champion Chris Eubank Jr (29-2, 22 KOs) is targeting a long-awaited bout with IBF and IBO title-holder Gennadiy Golovkin (41-1-1, 36 KOs) at some stage later this year – five years after their original matchup broke down.
It’s been 15 months since George Groves retired aged 30 and while boxers aplenty worldwide wait patiently for sport to return in an unprecedented time of suspension, they would learn something from watching a memorable encounter I return to during his career: a 2018 WBSS semi-final bout vs. Chris Eubank Jr.