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Eubank Jr vs. Smith LIVE! Boxing Fight Stream, TV Channel, Latest Updates and Undercard Results


Chris Eubank Jr and Liam Smith settle their differences inside the ring during a huge evening of British boxing at the Manchester Arena. There is plenty of aversion between the middleweight rivals and there is no shortage of simmering animosity, with their final press conference descending into nasty, attacking chaos. Eubank Jr wore a rainbow armband at yesterday’s weigh-in in response to homophobic comments.

Both fighters will be hoping to put those ugly ranks behind them in tonight’s highly anticipated main event, with Eubank Jr looking to move past the Conor Benn and Smith saga aiming to keep his dreams alive of becoming a two-stroke, two-stroke world. weight. champion. It’s a battle of style and speed against relentless pressure that should make for a stunning spectacle.

There’s also quite an undercard to look forward to on Saturday, with Richard Riakporhe taking on Krzysztof Glowacki, Joseph Parker returning against Jack Massey and Frazer Clarke also in action, alongside the battle between Ekow Essuman and Chris Kongo. Frankie Stringer started the night with a win. Follow Eubank Jr vs Smith live below!

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Forrest vs. Boucetta

Not quite as punishing from Forrest in the third – he was even caught off guard by a surprise shot from Boucetta which offered some sort of warning not to let complacency creep in.

Forrest looked a bit tired in this lap, as if he was definitely feeling the rhythm of those frantic early efforts.

He is always in complete control and forces the tempo, stalking Boucetta and bringing him down at every opportunity.

But not as much precision or measuring or setting up the big shots quite as well.


Forrest vs. Boucetta

More of the same from Forrest in the second.

He applies relentless pressure on Boucetta, finding the target behind the elbow with a few crisp body shots.

He backed him up against the ropes and drove three uppercuts in a row at one point.

Forrest doubles the jab really well, setting up those big shots with ease.

A tired Boucetta hopes he will start to burn out because he surely can’t take too much.


Forrest vs. Boucetta

A great first round from Forrest, who has dealt some real punishment before.

He works the jab well, blasts plenty of hooks and lands at will with that crushing right hand to both the head and body, puts together quick combinations.

Good displayed durability from Boucetta, to his credit, but that already looks very worrying to him.


Forrest vs. Boucetta

A delayed start due to a problem with Boucetta’s groin protector.

He also just got leveled with a huge right hook behind the ear shortly after the first bell.

He took it well, but it could end quickly if he doesn’t ease that serious early pressure…


Forrest versus Boucetta next

Scott Forrest v Amine Boucetta will open the main undercard in Manchester very soon.

Forrest is 3-0 as a pro at cruiserweight, with all three wins coming by impressive knockouts.

The 28-year-old will want to continue a rapid rise through the ranks in a six-round encounter with 7-5 Amine Boucetta – a Moroccan nicknamed “The Beast” who fights outside of Belgium.


Eubank Jr: Beating Smith will put me in contention for world title

Chris Eubank Jr sees tonight’s challenge as a clear stepping stone to finally achieving his world title dream in 2023.

A two-time interim WBA middleweight champion and former holder of the full IBO belt at super middleweight, he wants this year to be the year he achieves that superstar status he thinks he’s always been destined to achieve.

“He’s a good fighter, not a great fighter. You have to be awesome to beat me,” he said.

“Beating Liam Smith will put me in a strong position to fight for world titles and big names.”

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Eubank Jr: We want boxing to be all inclusive

Chris Eubank Jr and Liam Smith both tipped the scales at 11th 5lbs on Friday, one pound inside the middleweight limit.

Eubank Jr wrote on Twitter after sporting the rainbow armband: “We don’t discriminate…we don’t alienate. We want boxing and the sport as a whole to be all inclusive.

Of a PR shift in his favor after the Conor Benn and Smith sagas, he said, “I’ve always had a great relationship with the public. Every time I go out, it’s always love, it’s always handshakes, it’s always autographs and photos.

“I guess the change would be about the online stuff more than anything. You see more positive comments, you see ‘I was a Benn fan and not like Eubank but now I’m Team Eubank’ which is great.

“But I don’t know if I’m going to be booed in the arena or cheered on Saturday night. I’m interested to know.


Meanwhile, Tyson Fury tells Sky Sports backstage at the AO Arena that his return to the ring is “imminent”.

No more updates than that, though, as he admits he’s not sure of the exact date yet.

He also expects fireworks and an early stoppage from sparring partner Joseph Parker against Jack Massey later.


Stringer beats Narvaez

Another dominant but frustrating round for Stringer, who is quickly declared the winner.

In his post-fight interview, he laments that the fight wasn’t a six-round fight – he thinks he would have gotten Narvaez out of there with a little more time.

He does not particularly evaluate his performance and says he is capable of much more.

He also says Chris Eubank Jr isn’t ready for what his manager Liam “Beefy” Smith has in store for tonight’s massive main event.


Tyson Fury in the house

The WBC heavyweight world champion is in the house!

Tyson Fury at ringside tonight in support of his friend and sparring partner Joseph Parker, who returns to the ring four months after his thrilling loss to Joe Joyce with a clash against Jack Massey, who is leaving the cruiser for the first time.

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