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Saunders and Eubank off SSE Arena

British middleweight arch-rivals Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jnr. will not feature at the SSE Arena, Wembley, on Saturday 9th May, and the show will proceed with London stars Frank Buglioni, Bradley Skeete and Mitchell Smith all in championship title action.

Billy Joe Saunders wins EBU champion of the year and fight of the year

British boxing hotshot Billy Joe Saunders has become a double award winner with the European Boxing Union.

The unbeaten European middleweight champion from Hatfield has been nominated as the EBU Champion of the Year and also Championship of the Year for his part in the thrilling showdown with arch rival Chris Eubank Jnr.

Chris Eubank Jr to face Australian Les Sherrington

British boxing’s biggest rivals Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jnr. will joint-headline a massive fight card in separate fights at the SSE Wembley Arena on Saturday 9th May as they close in on a potential Autumn blockbuster rematch.

Undefeated Hatfield ace Saunders will feature in an International Middleweight Contest against an opponent to be announced, whilst Eubank Jnr. makes the first defence of his WBA Interim World title against tough Australian Les Sherrington.

Chris Eubank Jr to face Australian Les Sherrington

British boxing’s biggest rivals Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jnr. will joint-headline a massive fight card in separate fights at the SSE Wembley Arena on Saturday 9th May as they close in on a potential Autumn blockbuster rematch.

Undefeated Hatfield ace Saunders will feature in an International Middleweight Contest against an opponent to be announced, whilst Eubank Jnr. makes the first defence of his WBA Interim World title against tough Australian Les Sherrington.

Chris Eubank Jr to face Australian Les Sherrington

British boxing’s biggest rivals Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jnr. will joint-headline a massive fight card in separate fights at the SSE Wembley Arena on Saturday 9th May as they close in on a potential Autumn blockbuster rematch.

Undefeated Hatfield ace Saunders will feature in an International Middleweight Contest against an opponent to be announced, whilst Eubank Jnr. makes the first defence of his WBA Interim World title against tough Australian Les Sherrington.

Fury and Eubank Jr leading bumper weekend on Boxnation

Heavyweight star Tyson Fury will be out to impress when he takes on the unrelenting Christian Hammer.

The 26-year-old Manchester banger knows that everything is on the line when he faces the German based Romanian, with a shot at Wladimir Klitschko’s WBO belt next up if he comes through the fight unscathed, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

However, in the big-hitting Hammer, who has a record of 17 wins from his 20 fights, he faces a man who has vowed to tear up the script and steal the show at the O2 Arena on Saturday night.

WBO call for purse bids for Lee vs Saunders world title showdown

The WBO have today called for purse bids to be held on Tuesday 27th January for the organisation’s world middleweight championship between the title holder Andy Lee and mandatory challenger Billy Joe Saunders.

Saunders stood aside to allow Lee to fight against Russian Matt Korobov for the vacant title on December 6th in Las Vegas on the strict understanding – as ratified by the WBO at their convention – that Saunders would be made the mandatory challenger if he defeated Chris Eubank Jnr., then the winner out of Lee and Korobov would have to defend against Saunders next.

Eubank Jr and Butler start the year with world title fights

British boxing stars Chris Eubank Jnr. and Paul Butler kick start 2015 with the big news that they will fight for world titles, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

Eubank Jnr. returns to the ring against Interim WBA World Middleweight Champion Dmitry Chudinov at the O2 arena on Saturday 28th February, whilst undefeated Butler challenges IBF World Super-Flyweight Champion Zolani Tete on Friday 6th March in Liverpool.

The Brighton star features as chief support on the massive fight card headlined by Tyson Fury’s WBO International Heavyweight title defence against Christian Hammer.

Tickets for title packed show headlined by Tyson Fury at the o2 arena on sale Monday

Tickets for heavyweight sensation Tyson Fury’s next fight on Saturday 28th February 2015 at The O2 arena, London, will go on sale on Monday (22nd December) at 10am.

Undefeated Fury headlines an action packed Frank Warren show when he makes the first defense of his European Heavyweight Championship that he won with a career best performance against Dereck Chisora last month.

Saunders and Eubank Jr. set to steal the show

It has taken until the last week of November but we can safely say that the best domestic show of the year takes place on Saturday night, in London at the ExCel Arena in Dockland, London. The card, which is being billed as “Bad Blood”, features world ranked heavyweights Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora in a rematch of their July 2011 clash, as the nominal main event. However, this fight has been usurped from its position by the real grudge match which is chief support, featuring undefeated middleweights Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jr., which along with the Froch­Groves epic from earlier in the year, is the most anticipated trade fight of the year.

The heavyweight rematch has been marinating for some time now, originally scheduled to headline Frank Warren’s 26 July show, before Chisora suffered a broken hand just days before the fight, forcing a postponement. This must have been heartbreaking for Tyson Fury as he had spent the best part of 2013 waiting on David Haye and his fragile body. Of course, that particular blockbuster never happened, Haye firstly suffering a cut eye in sparring just one week prior to the initial date and then undergoing shoulder surgery prior to the revised scheduled date, bringing that proposed match to a dead­end.

The Boxing World’s Predictions – Billy Joe Saunders vs Chris Eubank Jr

Ahead of Saturday’s unmissable ‘Bad Blood’ grudge fight between Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jr, boxing writer Glynn Evans canvassed 25 of boxing’s ace faces to find out who they were backing.

Don Charles (London coach): I go with Billy Joe Saunders on points. Eubank Jr is very good – in fact I can’t detect any weaknesses – but I just feel it’s a fight too soon for him.

It’s about levels. Billy Joe has a champion’s mentality and also has a very experienced, very able trainer (Jimmy Tibbs) to steer him from the corner and I think that could be vital.

The Tested Vs The Detested: Billy Joe Saunders Vs Chris Eubank Jr

Despite boasting a resume of 18 wins in 18 bouts, it would be fair to say that Christopher Livingston Eubank Junior has had things relatively easy in terms of the opposition he has faced since turning pro in 2011. Although in victory he has at times looked sensational, his opponents have mainly been less than stellar, lowly ranked journeymen. It’s true, there have been murmurs of Chris impressing during sparring with the likes of George Groves and James De Gale and there is still a clip up on YouTube of him seemingly ‘holding his own’ against super-middleweight world champ Carl Froch, however, sparring sessions are essentially fight preparation and a very different experience to boxing ‘under the lights’ of a full to capacity arena. Ultimately, Eubank Jr is still unproven and untested as a professional. The fact he had a relatively short amateur career (in the States) adds further fuel to the mystery regarding just how good he actually is. Who knows how he would cope in the face of true adversity? The mystique regarding the ability of this brash, Brighton raised pugilist is set to become clearer this coming Saturday night when he takes a huge step up in class and faces what will without doubt be his biggest challenge to date.

Saunders counts down to big showdown with Eubank Jnr

Billy Joe Saunders says he’s in the best form of his career as he countsdown to his showdown with rival Chris Eubank Jnr. this Saturday (29th November) at the ExCeL London.

The Hatfield hot-shot finished his final media training session with trainer Jimmy Tibbs at their West Ham Boys Club ABC base today and is ready for his British blockbuster fight night, live and exclusive on BoxNatio

Saunders slams baby Eubank

Billy Joe Saunders has slammed Brighton Baby Chris Eubank Jnr. for failing to show up to yet another head-to-head press conference today to promote their Saturday 29th November showdown at the ExCeL London.
 
The Hatfield star, who had travelled from his training camp in Marbella with trainer Jimmy Tibbs, was stood up for the third time in a row by the seaside keyboard warrior who was replaced on the top table with a cardboard cutout.
 
Chris Eubank Snr’s reason for not letting his son not attend the press conference was because he claimed the security provided by promoter Frank Warren was not adequate for the safety of his son, following comments that Saunders would “slap” Eubank Jnr.

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