Pro Boxer Chris Eubank Jr. in brutal street fight as teen

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Chris Eubank Jr. is a professional boxer who is the current IBO super-middleweight champion and is currently ranked the fifth best super-middleweight in the world by BoxRec.

Like many professional fighters, Eubank Jr. had a rough upbringing and in this video from 2007, we see Chris Eubank Jr. involved in a street altercation when he was a teenager and this was confirmed by Chris himself after the fact.

Allegedly what preceded this is he was threatened by a cowardly gang of knife-wielding youths in a parking lot, and in the video, we see how that went for them.

Eubank Jr. is the guy in the gray hoodie and he beats the first guy quite ruthlessly with a good deal of soccer kicks and stomps and is even able to defend himself even when another guy jumps in.

Though Eubank Jr. was able to defend himself here in this video, it really shows why you should never willfully get into a street altercation as other people can jump in and had he lost it could’ve meant his life.

Eubank Jr. last fought in February of this year where he won his IBO title against Renold Quinlan. He is next expected to face Arthur Abraham on July 15th in what will probably be the toughest fight of Eubank Jr.’s career.

Christopher Livingstone “Chris” Eubank Jr. (born 18 September 1989) is a British professional boxer. He has held the IBO super-middleweight title since February 2017, having previously held the WBA interim middleweight title in 2015, and the British middleweight title in 2016. He is the son of former two-weight world boxing champion Chris Eubank. As of May 2017, Eubank Jr. is ranked as the world’s fifth-best super middleweight by BoxRec, Also he is ranked as the seventh best middleweight by The Ring magazine and eighth by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board. [Source: Wiki]

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