Eubank Jr. signs with Team Sauerland

WBA interim middleweight world champion Chris Eubank Jr. (29-2, 22 KOs) has joined forces with European powerhouse promoter Team Sauerland. Eubank Jr. claimed the WBA interim middleweight world title for the second time with a TKO win over former world title challenger Matvey Korobov in December 2019, while making his US debut at the Barclays Center in New York.

Currently based in the United States. he is training with the boxing great Roy Jones Jr. The second-generation fighter says he is delighted to have signed a long-term deal with Team Sauerland and is targeting all the top names at 160 lbs.

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  • Wasn’t he going to fight GGG>? And currently there are 5 WBA middle weight champs.

  • Chris Eubank Jr. should have sigbed with Eddie Hearn. He is an excellent contender, complicated for any champion

  • So, does this mean he will box in Germany? Boxing in Germany is not what it was back in 2010. Will it me making a comeback.

  • Jr is super talented, he just needs to get some big fights to see if he can convert this talent into top-level success.

  • I hope this translates to something real in terms of fights, not fights in Germany vs other built up prospects that the rest of the world doesn’t know. He has got to fight in the UK or US. I’m not sure how much money Sauerland would put up to entice top names to fight in Germany. Not a good record of foreigners winning fights on points there.

  • Eubanks career has been frustrating to watch, what has he really done since losing a close decision to BJS?
    Dude was 25 then, he’s 31 now, and just seems to be drifting along fighting unspectacular opponents (except the decent Groves, who clearly beat him).
    Sad to say, but if he doesn’t step up soon his career is just going to be a case of what could’ve been.

  • Eubank has been calling out Jermall Charlo. Not sure what he thinks he sees there. That looks like a KO loss for Jr. to me…

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