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    Chris Eubank Jr: Billy Joe Saunders knows the fans want the rematch

    Chris Eubank Jr wants to face Liam Williams or Billy Joe Saunders after he made a triumphant return to the ring last weekend.

    The 32-year-old has endured heartbreak away from the ring after the tragic death of his brother Sebastian, and the former IBO super-middleweight champion produced a solid performance to defeat Wanik Awdijan on Saturday night.

    Eubank Jr, who has previously shared the ring with Saunders, stopped the little-known Awdijan in the fifth round after the short-notice replacement retired with a broken rib.

    And now he is prepared to give the people what they want - namely, a rematch with Saunders.

    Speaking after the fight, he said: “Anybody with a world title, anything the fans want to see me fight…

    “A guy that keeps popping up is Liam Williams. Everyone seems to want that fight for me, so that’s an option. You’ve got that rat [Billy Joe] Saunders running around. He wants to fight me for five mil [£5million]."

    A fight against Saunders, who lost his WBO super-middleweight crown to Canelo Alvarez earlier this year, seems likely but it remains to be seen if both parties will be able to reach an agreement.

    Eubank, 32, wants to fight again in 'December' and added: “The options are endless. All I know, from December, big names, it’s gonna [sic] be a hell of a 12 months.”

    Sky Sports pundit Carl Froch said Eubank needs a 'big name' fight and urged his former sparring partner to 'get a move on' with his career after a period of stagnation.

    "The Liam Williams fight is a good fight, but he definitely, 100 per cent needs to now get a move on," Froch told Sky Sports.

    "We need to see him in there with a big name, or a bigger name. Maybe the Billy Joe Saunders rematch. I quite like that fight.

    "When people start pricing themselves out of the fight, that's when you realise that maybe they don't want the fight.

    "We need to see Chris Eubank Jr in with a big name and we need to see a performance, because the time is nigh, it really is."

    Eubank (31-2, 23 KOs) has won five of his past six contests, highlighted by a second-round knockout of Matt Korobov and a super-middleweight title victory over James DeGale.

    Johnny Nelson added: "That's probably wound Billy Joe up, saying he doesn't want the fight, but you never know, it stirs the pot.

    "Either Liam Williams or Billy Joe, they are fan fights. They are fights that the fans can really get excited about.

    "Then of course, he's got to make sure he nails down a world title fight, whoever the champion is, within the next 12 months."

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/boxi...cid=entnewsntp
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    Chris Eubank Jr vs Liam Williams to settle differences in Cardiff in December with Welshman calling it the biggest all-British fight outside of Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury

    Chris Eubank Jr and Liam Williams are finally going to settle their bitter rivalry when they clash on the latter’s home turf in Cardiff at the Motorpoint Arena.

    The fight takes place on December 11 and a chance to fight for a world title could lie in wait for the victor.


    The 32-year-old Eubank Jr, who has been working with Roy Jones Jr since the pandemic begun, says this fight isn’t just business for him, it’s personal.

    “Liam Williams has been saying a lot to try to catch my attention and bait me into fighting him,” he said.

    “It’s now got to the point where everyone is asking me to shut him up, and on December 11, I’m going to give the people what they want.

    “As I’ve said, I’m only involved in big fights from now on and this is the fight people want to see. They want to see if Williams can back up what he’s been saying – which he won’t. I’m on a mission towards World Titles and Liam Williams is someone I’ve got to go through to get there. I’m looking forward to shutting him up.”

    Eubank Jr, son of the legendary Chris Eubank, has a 31-2 record with his only losses coming against former world champions George Groves and Billy Joe Saunders.

    Williams is 27-3 and came up short against Demetrius Andrade for the WBO middleweight title in April. Prior to that, only a pair of losses to Liam Smith in 2017 stained his record.

    The Welshman believes he can knock the ‘arrogant’ Eubank Jr down a peg or two.

    “I’m very excited to get the fight made. It’s been coming for a long time. I can’t wait to shut his mouth once and for all.

    “There’s nothing like a big domestic showdown to get the juices flowing. A lot of people have been calling for this fight for a long time. I personally think it’s the biggest all-British fight outside of [Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury].

    “I’m really excited and just counting down the days. I’ve not been that impressed with Chris’ recent performances. People are talking about how he’s brought Roy Jones in to improve him but if I’m being totally honest I don’t think he’s improved one bit. A win in this fight and possibly even a stoppage over Eubank and my name is going to be well and truly out there and in the mix for world titles.”

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    Chris Eubank Jr vs Liam Williams to settle differences in Cardiff in December with Welshman calling it the biggest all-British fight outside of Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury

    Chris Eubank Jr and Liam Williams are finally going to settle their bitter rivalry when they clash on the latter’s home turf in Cardiff at the Motorpoint Arena.

    The fight takes place on December 11 and a chance to fight for a world title could lie in wait for the victor.


    The 32-year-old Eubank Jr, who has been working with Roy Jones Jr since the pandemic begun, says this fight isn’t just business for him, it’s personal.

    “Liam Williams has been saying a lot to try to catch my attention and bait me into fighting him,” he said.

    “It’s now got to the point where everyone is asking me to shut him up, and on December 11, I’m going to give the people what they want.

    “As I’ve said, I’m only involved in big fights from now on and this is the fight people want to see. They want to see if Williams can back up what he’s been saying – which he won’t. I’m on a mission towards World Titles and Liam Williams is someone I’ve got to go through to get there. I’m looking forward to shutting him up.”

    Eubank Jr, son of the legendary Chris Eubank, has a 31-2 record with his only losses coming against former world champions George Groves and Billy Joe Saunders.

    Williams is 27-3 and came up short against Demetrius Andrade for the WBO middleweight title in April. Prior to that, only a pair of losses to Liam Smith in 2017 stained his record.

    The Welshman believes he can knock the ‘arrogant’ Eubank Jr down a peg or two.

    “I’m very excited to get the fight made. It’s been coming for a long time. I can’t wait to shut his mouth once and for all.

    “There’s nothing like a big domestic showdown to get the juices flowing. A lot of people have been calling for this fight for a long time. I personally think it’s the biggest all-British fight outside of [Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury].

    “I’m really excited and just counting down the days. I’ve not been that impressed with Chris’ recent performances. People are talking about how he’s brought Roy Jones in to improve him but if I’m being totally honest I don’t think he’s improved one bit. A win in this fight and possibly even a stoppage over Eubank and my name is going to be well and truly out there and in the mix for world titles.”

    https://talksport.com/sport/boxing/9...e-joshua-fury/
    Unfortunately I reckon Williams is too small for Eubank.
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    I like Williams but agree he will be too small for Eubank. After this fight Eubank must take on a top world class middleweight.
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    Fans thought that Chris Eubank Jr against Liam Williams was cancelled - but a new date has been pencilled in for this eagerly anticipated fight.


    The bout was originally supposed to take place on Saturday 11th December, but a shoulder injury that the Welshman picked up during meant that the boxing encounter had to be put back while he recovered.

    BOXXER is the new promotion associated with Sky Sports that will be flying the flag for this event in what has been a heated build-up between the two fighters.

    Eubank Jr, the son of British boxing icon Chris Eubank, has said that his feud with Williams has become "personal" and that he shows no respect towards the man otherwise known as "The Machine," who recently lost his WBO middleweight title fight against Demetrius Andrade by unanimous decision.

    The London-born fighter is a former world champion at super-middleweight and has aspirations to become a two-time title holder, with Williams being part of his boxing journey.

    With this in mind, fans will be eager to find out when the man signing microwaves with the take on the dynamo from Wales.

    After the fight was hit with an unexpected setback, the fight between Eubank and Williams has been rescheduled for Saturday 29th January and will take place at the Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales.

    Many thought that the fight would be cancelled altogether due to fears that Williams may need surgery on his shoulder - which proved not to be the case.

    Quoted by Sky Sports, the Founder and CEO of BOXXER Ben Shalom spoke about the fight itself and Williams' injury.

    He said:

    "We were absolutely gutted to hear of Liam's injury and so we are equally delighted to get this fight back on, in a matter of weeks, to ensure Liam's 100 per cent fitness. The bitterness and mind-games towards each other has only intensified during this period, and by the time they get into the ring it will be at boiling point. I'm glad the fans will get the chance to see the fight that they desperately wanted.

    Shalom continued:

    "This was going to be the biggest domestic fight of 2021. Now it's going to be the biggest domestic fight of 2022 and it's starting the Sky Sports Boxing new year with a bang. It's a great card from top to bottom and we can't wait to feel the atmosphere in the Motorpoint Arena Cardiff on fight night. It's going to be electric."

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/boxi...cid=entnewsntp
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    The British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC) has written to Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford to clarify whether Chris Eubank Jr's middleweight fight with Liam Williams can go ahead.

    Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena is set to stage the bout on Saturday, 5 February.

    In a letter seen by BBC Sport Wales, the BBBofC say it will not be viable to hold the event in Wales without fans.

    Current restrictions in Wales mean the fight would need to be staged behind closed doors.

    Ministers will look at easing Wales' Covid rules when restrictions are reviewed next week, Mr Drakeford has said.

    But he said it was a "big if" whether the situation would allow any change to be made.

    Wales' main sporting events will be held without spectators this weekend.

    That is in line with government policy in Wales, with large outdoor meetings prohibited since Boxing Day in the fight against Covid-19.

    It appears highly likely sporting events in Wales on the weekend of 22-23 January will also be played behind closed doors.

    Swansea City have moved their Championship game with Preston on Saturday, 22 January to a 12:30 GMT kick-off to allow fans to stream the match.

    There are currently strict limits on the number of people allowed to meet indoors in Wales, a huge issue for staging boxing, with two-metre social distancing rules applying in public places.

    In Wales nightclubs are currently closed, with limits on hospitality businesses, sporting events and who people can meet indoors and outdoors.


    Eubank Jr's middleweight fight with Williams has already been postponed twice, most recently after the BBBofC suspended boxing for the month of January.

    It was originally scheduled for 11 December, but was put back to 29 January after Williams suffered a shoulder injury.

    In a letter sent to Mr Drakeford, BBBofC general secretary Robert Smith says the event would be important for Welsh boxing, but warns that a venue in England will be sought as a replacement unless clarity is offered on whether a full crowd can attend.

    "Throughout the pandemic we have kept regulations under regular review, with our approach being informed by the latest available scientific and medical advice," a Welsh government spokesperson said in response.

    "The cabinet is reviewing the situation on a weekly basis."

    Williams and Eubank Jr, 32, have a bitter rivalry and a win for either man will boost their chances of securing a world title shot in 2022.

    The fight moving away from Cardiff would be a blow to Wales' Williams, 29, who has rarely enjoyed home advantage in the biggest bouts of his career.

    It remains possible the fight could be postponed for a third time, allowing sufficient time to sell tickets if restrictions in Wales are relaxed.

    The fight with Eubank Jr will be the first for Williams under new trainer Adam Booth, following his decision to split with Dominic Ingle.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/boxing/59967644
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    Chris Eubank Jr claims ‘garbage’ Liam Williams ‘getting put to sleep’ in grudge fight


    Chris Eubank Jr. has promised to hit Liam Williams “with every shot in the book” when the two enter the ring in Cardiff on 5 February.

    The 32-year-old will take on the Welshman on his home turf at the Motorpoint Arena, having beaten Wanik Awdijan in his most recent bout in Newcastle in October. Williams, meanwhile, lost to American Demetrius Andrade in Florida in his last event as he unsuccessfully challenged for the WBO middleweight title.

    Eubank Jr. began his career in the middleweight ranks stepped up to super-middleweight in 2017, before moving back to the middleweight class at the end of 2019. He is the strong favourite to take victory when he faces Williams next weekend, and says he doesn’t believe his opponent has any stand-out qualities whatsoever.

    Asked for an overview of Williams in an interview with iFLTV, Eubank Jr. said: “Garbage. Absolutely. There is nothing. He has nothing at all. He is going to get hit with every shot in the book. He is going to get hit up and down the ring for as many rounds as I want it to go, and then he is getting put to sleep.

    “I don’t pick rounds, it will end when I want it to end. I will have fun, enjoy myself, and then end the fight when I want it to end.”

    Regarding the Cardiff venue, Eubank Jr. believes he performs better when playing the “villain” and enjoys feeling the wrath of the crowd.

    “I’m happy to go into somebody’s back yard. I’ve been the villain plenty of times in my career, and it has actually served me well.

    “If it is good energy I feed off it, and if it is bad energy I feed off it. So if it is a hostile crowd with people in their booing me and wanting me to lose, I’m going to use that to make myself fight harder and better.”

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/boxi...cid=entnewsntp
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    Liam Williams claims he can knockout Chris Eubank Jr ahead of highly-anticipated grudge match



    Liam Williams is confident he can knockout Chris Eubank Jr when the pair clash later this week.

    The middleweight title challengers will meet in a Battle of Britain clash at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff on February 5.

    Williams, 29, is currently in Redhill training for the fight with Eubank Jr's former trainer Adam Booth.

    And the Welsh warrior firmly believes he will be able to beat the Brighton-based fighter by any means necessary.

    Williams told The Ring: “It does mean a lot because it’s going to push either one of us on to really big things.

    “I just think, it could be a hard 12-round fight but I also believe I do have the power to stop him.

    "I think, I win and I will do whatever it takes to get that win.


    “I just think it’s a very exciting fight, I’m absolutely buzzing for it. This is a really good opportunity for me to re-break out there.

    "I know I’ve had some big fights before but I think Chris is a good name to put on my record and I think people will sit up and really take notice and I’ll be in some big fights afterwards.”

    Williams was last in action over six months ago when he was defeated by WBO middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade in Florida.

    That was the third loss of his career with 'The Machine' also coming up short on two occasions against Liam Smith.

    But he insists that he is now a changed man after switching training camps.

    He added: “I do rate him, I think he’s a good fighter. He’s got a lot of strengths; he’s also got some weaknesses.

    "He’s got a good engine, good punch-output, he’s very tough and has a good chin but it’s nothing I haven’t come up against before and I honestly think I’ve got the tools to do the job.

    “There’s things I can work towards in terms on breaking him down and getting that edge over him.

    "I’m sure he’s seen things he thinks he can exploit with me but it just depends on who turns up on the night with the best plan and who sticks to it.

    “Adam’s 100 percent, by far, the best coach I’ve ever been with.

    "He breaks things down, technically he gets everything bang on. He reads everything so well and breaks everything down. He’s an unbelievable coach.”

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/boxi...cid=entnewsntp
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    Eubank Jr vs Williams: Undercard

    MAIN EVENT: Chris Eubank Jr vs Liam Williams

    Claressa Shields vs Ema Kozin – for WBA, WBC, IBF and The Ring middleweight titles
    Otto Wallin v Kamil Sokolowski
    Chris Jenkins vs Julius Indongo
    Caroline Dubois vs Vaida Masiokaite
    Samuel Antwi vs Conah Walker – for BBBofC English welterweight title
    Rhys Edwards vs Ruslan Berchuk
    Steve Robinson vs Shane Gill

    Eubank Jr vs Williams: Undercard
    Subject to change

    Eubank Jr: “Respect is definitely not a word I would use for my feelings towards Liam. He has said a lot of reckless things online. It doesn’t sit well with me.

    “This is a grudge match, a genuine domestic rivalry. It is personal. He has made it personal. He has come here today and tried to talk about respect? It has gone too far past that now. He will pay for what he has said. He will get embarrassed.

    “A real, true-life keyboard warrior. That’s what Liam Williams is.

    “I’m No 1 in Britain, he’s No 2. So it’s going to be fireworks, it’s going to be an exciting fight and I can’t wait to get in there.”

    Williams: “We all know what his strengths and weaknesses are.

    “Anyone with a good jab and a bit of movement he’ll struggle with. If you stand in front of him with no head movement, he will punch holes in you.

    “He’s very tough and durable.”

    https://talksport.com/sport/boxing/1...-vs-ema-kozin/
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    'ALL BARK' Chris Eubank Jr reckons arch-nemesis Liam Williams’ effort to talk him into a pre-fight row was a sign of weakness

    CHRIS EUBANK JR reckons Liam Williams’ effort to talk him into a pre-fight row was a sign of weakness.

    At Thursday’s final press conference, ahead of their Saturday Cardiff showdown, Williams whispered insults at his enemy until promoter Kalle Sauerland pulled Eubank Jr, 32, away.


    But the Brighton son of British ring legend Chris Sr reckons the Welshman is all-talk-and-no-action.

    He said: “It was easy to keep my cool because it was a sign of weakness. He was all bark and no bite, again. That’s the second press conference he has done it at.

    “He tried to give a little bit when we were taking photos but I didn’t listen and just told him he looked weak.

    “As we get closer to the fight he will get more emotional and he will be feeling a lot worse on the night.”

    Eubank will walk into a hostile crowd that will have watched the Ireland vs Wales Six Nations clash on TV and downed plenty of booze to loosen up their proud and loud Welsh voices.

    But he insists he will keep an ice-cool head walking into the Dragon’s den and feeling the heat.

    “Location makes no difference,” he said. “It won’t affect my tactics or the outcome.

    “It might help him a little bit - if he needs it - but for me it is business. I dont care about boos or cheers, it doesn't affect me.

    “We have the styles to make an epic fight and I will prove my haters and doubters wrong, as usual.

    “People have not believed in me from day one and I enjoy that, it makes the task more exciting and enjoyable.”

    Williams will have just enough time to catch the rugby in his hotel room, before making his way to the arena and he reckons a violent Wales win spurred on by the anthem will help him get in the mood.

    He said: “I can’t see me leaving the room until the game finishes.

    “I will be fired up, I might run across to the arena, punch a few people along the way and give him the finishing touches.

    “I don’t like him. I really dislike him actually. I don’t need to use anymore of my energy on him.

    “The fight is made, I’ve got to make weight and then fight on Saturday so we will keep our energy, our positive energy and use that on Saturday night.”

    When asked if he would rather beat-up or outbox his nemesis, the 31-year-old didn’t need too long to ponder: “Beat him up”, he growled.

    “Inflict some pain. It doesn’t really matter to me, as long as I beat him and put him back in his box. Silence him for a little bit.”

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    Williams needs to give a fierce body attack to win this one.
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    The undefeated heavyweight Steve Robinson is dressed like Ivan Drago even though he is from Newcastle taking on Gill and struggling. It would be funny if he loses.
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    Gill did a good impression of Rocky Balboa and got the decision! Love it when there is an upset.
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    Triple J, Chris Jenkins gets the decision against Indongo in a hard fought contest.
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    Daniel Dubois sister just won her bout. She is a southpaw and decent boxer.

    The women boxers should fight 3 minutes. There would be more knockouts.
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