Christopher Livingston Eubank Jnr is the son of former world boxing champion Chris Eubank, but is very much carving out his own fine career in the sport of boxing. Fighting at the middleweight level, Eubank is a fine physical specimen who is dedicated to his sport. Never far from a gym and with a truly sculpted physique that shames most of his opponents, he is a vicious puncher with fast reactions, quicker punches and great movement. His first ever pro fight came against Kirilas Psonko, whom he easily dispatched in round four, having won the Nevada Golden Gloves as an amateur, and since then he has had 16 more wins against increasingly tough opposition.
His biggest fight came against fellow British contender Billy Joe Saunders, who in his next fight became World Middleweight Champion. Eubanks lost the fight, but only narrowly, and it constituted a real step up in class that proved he was on the world level. After a slow start, Eubank more than came back into the fight with many believing it could have been a draw. A rematch is on the cards somewhere down the line, as is a fight for the British title, and since then he has also beaten Gary Spike O’Sullivan. Having fought on both Sky Sports and Box Nation, Eubank has a high profile, is a star very much on the rise and is a perfect person to front your brand or event, to inspire your audience or to add real star quality to any occasion.
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