Liam Smith v Chris Eubank Jr: Rivals to fight again in Manchester on 17 June.
Chris Eubank Jr says he "enjoyed" his defeat by Liam Smith as the Britons prepare for their rematch on 17 June.
Smith, 34, stopped Eubank in four rounds last January, bringing an explosive end to a bitter build-up.
Eubank, 33, activated his rematch clause and on Tuesday said he was "determined" to come back stronger.
"I enjoyed it. I imagine you've been in the sport your entire career and something new happens to you, it's exciting," he said.
"A lot of guys can't come back after a big loss.
"It breaks them. It breaks their spirit, it breaks their confidence, it breaks their rhythm.
"For me, it just makes me more determined to improve, to figure why things went wrong and fix those mistakes.
"And that's exactly what's going to happen in the rematch."
In the co-main event in Manchester, Briton Savannah Marshall will face undisputed super-middleweight champion Franchon Crews-Dezurn.
Marshall, 31, has not fought since she lost her own grudge match against Claressa Shields in October, but has a second chance to become undisputed champion.
American Crews-Dezurn holds all four world titles in the division and the only defeat on the 35-year-old's record is by Shields in 2016.
After their last news conference was marred by homophobic taunts and taunts about class, there were no such unsavoury scenes in London this time, aside from a few isolated expletives.
Eubank and Smith were fined by the British Boxing Board of Control for their previous behaviour, but this news conference was at times insightful as well as humorous, as the two fighters bounced off each other, with Smith jumping in to question a reflective Eubank when he could.
At one stage the Liverpudlian wondered aloud if Eubank had paid an audience member to laugh at his jokes.
Smith took particular interest in Eubank's assertion he could have continued and won the fight had the referee Victor Loughlin not stopped the contest after the second knockdown.
"The thing I regret is not being given the chance to get through it. I wanted to continue. I want to see if I could overcome that adversity. I feel like I was robbed of that challenge," Eubank said.
"In my opinion he didn't stop me. The referee stopped me. In a sense we both got robbed - he got robbed [of the chance] to finish me conclusively.
"And that could have happened. And I got robbed of the opportunity to overcome that bad instance and to maybe come back and win the fight.
"That's what the fans really want to see."
Smith replied: "You don't need to be a genius to see he was falling all over the place."