Chris Eubank Jr. is a British boxer has won the WBA interim middleweight and IBO super-middleweight titles twice as well as the British middleweight title.
Eubank Jr. vs Billy Joe Saunders
Eubank's first fight of significant came against Billy Joe Saunders for the British, Commonwealth and European titles in 2014.
After 18 successive wins as a pro, Eubank and Saunders put both of their unbeaten records on the line.
Eubank's unbeaten run
In 2016, Eubank Jr. won the British middleweight title against Nick Blackwell, then retained it three months later against Tom Doran.
Eubank move up to 168-pounds in 2017 and began the year with a TKO victory over Renold Quinlan to claim the IBO super-middleweight title.
Eubank had an agreement in place for him to fight in the World Boxing Super Series as long as he could beat ex-world champion Arthur Abraham.
The Briton outclassed an over-the-hill Abraham to confirm his spot for the Muhammad Ali Trophy. Seeded as No.3, Eubank chose Avni Yildirim as his opponent in the quarter-final phase of the knockout competition.
Defeat to George Groves
Back to winning ways
Since losing to Groves, Eubank has stopped JJ McDonagh inside three rounds and outpointed two-time IBF super middleweight champion James DeGale with two knockdowns in the process.
After the Covid-19 pandemic, Eubank's first fight since 2019 ended with a unanimous decision victory over Marcus Morrison at Manchester Arena on May 1, 2021.
Cancelled Conor Benn fight
Defeat to Liam Smith
Chris Eubank Jr's net worth
Eubank Jr's purse against DeGale was believed to have been around £2million, according to the Daily Mail.
The boxer also picked up a purse of £1.5million in his semi-final defeat to Groves in the World Boxing Super Series. His net worth according to Go Richest is £500,000.