Chris Eubank Jr. still wants Jake Paul to fight after he ‘traded’ Conor Benn

Chris Eubank Jr wants to face Jake Paul after he ‘deals’ with Conor Benn.

The 32-year-old, who boxed high to super-middle in the pro classes, will face Benn, professional weight class, in the hot weight division on October 8.

Eubank Jr., son of Chris Eubank Sr., will play against Nigel Benn’s son at the O2 Arena in London.

The family feud has been dormant for almost 30 years, but the couple have reached an agreement to resume it.

That was in 1990 and again in 1993, Eubank Sr. and Nigel Benn fought in two devastating world battles.

Eubank Sr took the first win through injury time in the ninth inning, claiming the WBO middleweight title in the process, but the second game, which took place at supermiddleweight at Old Trafford’s stadium Manchester United, ended in a draw.

Now, 29 years later, minus one day, their son will be in the ring.

During the opening press conference to promote the match, Eubank Jr said that he would give up the sport if he suffered defeat at the hands of the 25-year-old player.

“If I lose to Conor Benn, I’m finished. I will stay 60% in the evening and that should be enough to do whatever I want with you. “

But despite vowing to hang them if they lose, Eubank Jr reiterated his desire to fight Jake Paul.

The influencer has gone on a five-match unbeaten run since turning pro and Eubank Jr believes it won’t be an easy night.

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