CHRIS EUBANK JR and Conor Benn face off in an intriguing catchweight boxing clash in London.
But before the main event grudge match, there’s a full undercard at the O2 Arena in London, including Chris’s cousin Harlem in action.
The sons of legends Chris and Nigel do battle 30 years after their fathers fought for the second and final time.
Eubank Jr will have to get down in weight while Benn will have to add the pounds with the bout being fought at a catchweight of 157lbs.
Benn will be putting on 10lbs from welterweight (147lbs), while Eubank Jr will have to drop a 3lbs from middleweight (160lbs).
It was in 1990 and again in 1993 that Eubank Sr and Nigel Benn fought two brutal world title fights.
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When is Chris Eubank Jr vs Conor Benn?
Chris Eubank Jr vs Conor Benn will take place on Saturday, October 8.
The main event is set to start at 10pm UK time.
London’s SOLD-OUT O2 Arena plays host.
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What TV channel and live stream is Chris Eubank Jr vs Conor Benn on?
Chris Eubank Jr vs Conor Benn will be broadcast LIVE on DAZN PPV.
The fight will cost £19.99 to purchase on top of a £7.99 DAZN subscription.
DAZN’s coverage starts at 7pm.
Who is fighting on the Chris Eubank Jr vs Conor Benn undercard?
Olympic gold medallist Galal Yafai continues his rise up the pro ranks against Mexican Gohan Rodriguez (12-1-1).
While Eubank Jr’s cousin Harlem is also in action as is light-heavyweight star Lyndon Arthur.
And former world champ Shannon Courtenay makes her boxing comeback.
- Chris Eubank Jr vs Conor Benn (Catchweight)
- Mary Romero vs Ellie Scotney (Women’s Junior Featherweight)
- Galal Yafai vs Gohan Rodriguez (Flyweight)
- Harlem Eubank vs David Martin (Junior Welterweight)
- Lyndon Arthur vs TBA (Light Heavyweight)
- Felix Cash vs Connor Coyle (Middleweight)
- Matty Harris vs Chris Healey (Heavyweight)
- Shannon Courtenay vs Gemma Ruegg (Women’s Bantamweight)
- Chloe Watson vs Nancy Franco (Women’s Flyweight)
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Source: Boxing - thesun.co.uk