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James DeGale will be aiming to put up an amazing performance when he take on his rival Chris Eubank in a stunning Matchup.
Chris Eubank on the other hand will be hoping to get his fans on the smiling part when he take on his fellow boxer James DeGale.
It’s clear now that A massive UK grudge match takes place on Saturday night as James DeGale and Chris Eubank Jr. battle it out for the IBO Super-middleweight belt in a must-win clash.
Obviously, The two Brits come into the contest in a stunning way when they collide at The O2 in London.
Base on records, With both suffering a loss over the past few years, they can ill-afford another reverse if they harbor further hopes of huge events
There’s no doubting the better pedigree and skill-set lies with DeGale. Whilst power and raw strength are with Eubank, who is growing further into the weight with every fight.
That’s DeGale’s record over the past three years. Prior to that mild slide, he had won a very impressive 12 in a row and established himself as, if not the #1 in the division
Certainly very close to it. But in 2017 he drew with Badou Jack, then lost to Caleb Truax. He has since avenged the Truax loss, then taken a pretty easy stay-busy fight.
DeGale came to the pro game a little late, and is only a 10 year pro at 33 years old. But in his past few fights he seemed much older.
We’re pretty clearly on the downward trajectory in his career, and the big question for him tonight is, just how far down are we?
A 2008 Olympic gold medalist, DeGale clearly has the edge in technique here. His best route to victory will be a decision, outpointing and outworking the more aggressive Eubank
Like DeGale, Eubank’s recent run is not spotless. He suffered his 2nd pro loss one year ago, losing to George Groves in the WBSS tournament.
The shadow of Groves hangs heavy over this fight, as he holds wins over both men. Eubank has one win since that is not at all worth mentioning.
This is Eubank’s first fight with a new camp and under trainer Nate Vasquez. He has said that change is going to lead to a more strategic, less go for broke style.
Meanwhile, Saturday afternoon, boxing’s focus turns to the UK when James DeGale (25-2-1; 15 KO) and Chris Eubank. Jr. (27-2; 21 KO) meet for the vacant IBO Super Middleweight (168 lbs.) title.
According to their current form, and the Groves defeat aside, Eubank Jr. is the slight favorite with the bookmakers.
And of course, Being younger and fresher could make all the difference in a fight which is expected to be a war.
And boxer DeGale’s battles with Calen Truax and Badou Jack of late have taken their toll on his body and could also have a mentally draining effect once they hit the trenches in the mid-rounds.