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Chris Eubank Jr.

Christopher Livingstone Eubank Jr. is a British professional boxer. He has held multiple championships in two weight classes, including the WBA interim middleweight title twice between 2015 and 2021; the IBO super-middleweight title twice between 2017 and 2019; and the British middleweight title in 2016.

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It doesn't matter how scary someone may seem - they have two legs, two arms and a heartbeat just like me. There's no reason why I wouldn't want to fight anybody.
I have fought fighters in the past who I don't like as people, but you have to block out any type of dislike or hate. Whatever he's done, whatever he's said, you can't be thinking about that. You just have to see him as a man that you have to outpoint, outgame, and beat on the night.
I got cut against Groves, and I couldn't see out of my eye most of the fight but it didn't hurt. Groves probably weighed 13 1/2 stone whereas I weighed 12. But he never buzzed me. It was just that cut, which looked so bad, with blood everywhere.
Vegas is a wonderful place and there are a lot of things going on over there, it's a great place to have some fun, but it is also one of the best places in the world to train and to box.
Obviously, in the buildup to some fights, there's animosity and testosterone and banter. But at the end of the day, we all understand that this is a business, just two men who are trying to further their careers and provide for their families.
The truth is I've trained myself for much of my career. — © Chris Eubank Jr.
The truth is I've trained myself for much of my career.
Any fighter worth his salt wants to be the best and to be the best you have to fight the best.
People who don't understand fighting think you need to hate somebody to beat them. But I keep hate and anger out of boxing, because it causes mistakes.
The win over DeGale felt satisfying for several reasons as it proved what I've known all along.
There was many who had some doubts over me regarding my position in this sport, but I've always believed in myself and that's the way it's always been.
There is nothing better to do than to represent your country.
If people knew what I have sacrificed then they'd understand why I put so much into every fight. This has pretty much been my life for as long as I can remember and the work that has been put in to make sure that I become the best fighter in the world means that there can't be no other way.
I look up to my father, he's done what he's done, and I want to emulate his achievements and become as successful as he was. But I have to prove myself to the boxing community and to myself - that's the most important thing.
I would never put my career on hold for anybody.
I see myself as the best fighter in the world and that's because I have to. There can't be any other way. I can't go into a fight with the other names that are around my weight, who want the same as me, and not believe that I'm better than them.
People ask me 'Are you copying your dad?' It is in my blood. I have got royal blood coursing through my veins. I can't help myself doing what my father did. — © Chris Eubank Jr.
People ask me 'Are you copying your dad?' It is in my blood. I have got royal blood coursing through my veins. I can't help myself doing what my father did.
I was comfortable as a kid growing up. I had everything I needed.
Once I realised what boxing was, I understood - this is the ultimate form of competition. Once you box you go back to the football field or rugby and it just doesn't have the same spice.
I would like people to help me support the Chain of Hope which is a charity that is close to my heart who offer life save operations for children in need.
Some fighters lose and their spirits are forever broken. A champion comes back stronger. If you're constantly dwelling on the past, 'I could have done that, I should have done this,' it doesn't help. You have to look at the situation intellectually and learn from it.
No man is unbeatable.
That's the ultimate goal for any fighter, to fight in those big casinos, on that strip in Las Vegas, Madison Square Garden, New York - all those iconic venues.
Predominantly training myself for so long worked, I had great success. But if I had someone there training me day-in day-out from an early age? It could have been a whole different story.
I went to Brighton College, Shoreham College for one year, then to Spring Valley High School in Las Vegas for a couple of years.
There shouldn't be any true malice towards your opponent.
Some people say I'm arrogant or cocky but I'm a down to earth, decent guy.
So many fighters who fight Golovkin have lost before they've entered the ring.
I want to be able to prove I can become the same or better than my father.
There is a lot of pressure because of what my father achieved and everyone is expecting so much, but that gives me that extra drive in the gym every day to graft hard.
Technically, my fight with Korobov should have been for the full world title, not the interim.
I am an entertainer.
In the ring I'm a different animal.
If you look at champions, they came from nothing. That's where they get their drive and determination and hunger. They know they have no other option to succeed, because they had nothing. I had everything.
Having the Eubank name in England brings lots of pressure.
When I'm fighting it's just search and destroy.
I want the hardest, toughest challenges out there for me.
Saunders didn't beat me. I wasn't battered or shown-up. I made the mistake of not pressing him early, pacing myself too much because it was my first 12-round fight.
There's only a few people in the country who have as much experience on the boxing scene as my father, especially at world level.
Anyone with a belt in my weight division I want to fight.
Everyone's entitled to their opinion about my father. Some people think he's a distraction and takes some of my shine away, but, for me, that's not the case.
I learned a lot from my father. — © Chris Eubank Jr.
I learned a lot from my father.
I've been working a lot on my jab.
Anybody with belts, I'm coming from you.
I've never wanted to be your average Joe. I've always wanted to stand out from the crowd - to be someone looked at and admired, and scrutinised. I'd much rather be scrutinised or criticised than have no one look at me at all.
In England I played everything - swimming, athletics, football, rugby, badminton, cricket - all of that stuff. I was in the first teams for all the sports at Brighton, played on the wing in rugby, and ran 100m, 200m, 400m, and did long jump and even the javelin at one point. In the States I did a bit of track, but mainly I was there for the boxing.
I have an amazing fan base. I also have an amazing amount of haters: believe who don't believe, people who don't want me to succeed. I don't really mind having those people around. If anything it's actually a good thing for me because it keeps me in the gym, keeps me working hard - knowing there are people out there who don't want me to succeed.
This is no ordinary nine to five day job and I have a 24/7 in terms of my boxing and my career as a professional sportsman.
I was always hugely into sport before I started boxing. I played rugby, football, cricket, athletics, swimming.
Anyone can look big and strong and fast against weak opponents.
This is boxing. As fighters we know the risks, we know we are risking our health everytime you step into the ring, but it's a risk we are willing to take because we know with those risks come great reward.
Golovkin is the No 1 name on my list. People put this guy's name so high. But I know I can beat him. I know that I have the tools and the style to take this guy out. — © Chris Eubank Jr.
Golovkin is the No 1 name on my list. People put this guy's name so high. But I know I can beat him. I know that I have the tools and the style to take this guy out.
I'm around my father all of the time, so the things that people see as distracting are things I've seen for years on a daily basis. It's second nature to me.
I don't see a holiday as a time to break from boxing - it never stops.
I've had the hardest upbringing of any fighter in England.
I don't like to give predictions but I am the type of fighter who tries to stop his man every time, and that's why I'm such a fan favourite. People know I do the business.
There's a very big difference between being fit and being fight fit. Sparring is the only way to get fight fit. It's a very important part of boxing and something that I do as regularly as possible.
I'm human. When you lose, of course you're going to be upset. It's a horrible feeling.
With my fight style - speed and volume punching - it would be an amazing fight. Golovkin is a come-forward fighter. It would be fireworks, a fight that the fans would enjoy. Because of my style, I would stop him due to the pure amount of punches. Whether it's a cut or he gets tired, stopping him would definitely be on the cards.
I learned very early on once I started boxing as a kid that if you go into the ring emotionally charged you make mistakes. It's a mental game, it's a chess match, you've got to think, you've got to strategise and make tactical decisions.
I won't look back and say 'I wish I could change things.'
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