Chris Eubank Jr vs Conor Benn: Date, UK start time, TV channel, live stream, undercard for HUGE all-British dust-up

CHRIS EUBANK JR is facing Conor Benn in a second generation match-up – nearly three decades since their dads last fought.

It was in 1990 and again in 1993 that Eubank Sr and Nigel Benn fought two brutal world title fights.

Eubank Sr won the first one via 9th-round TKO, picking up the WBO middleweight title in the process, but the second fight, which took place at super-middleweight, ended in a draw.

Now 29 years on, their sons will clash at catchweight.

Eubank Jr, a middleweight who has also campaigned at 168lbs, will come down to his lowest weight ever 157lbs to challenge Benn – a career welterweight.

It was a fight which was first floated into the ether after Eubank Jr beat Liam Williams earlier this year.

Nobody took the idea of it seriously, apart from Benn, who has struggled to find a competitive fight at 147lbs.

When is Eubank Jr vs Benn?

  • Eubank Jr’s massive clash with Benn will take place on Saturday, October 8, 2022.
  • The fight will take place at the O2 Arena in front of 18,000 fans.
  • Both men will clash 29 years on, almost to the day, from Eubank Sr vs Benn 2 at Old Trafford on October 9, 1993.
  • Ring-walks for the main event are expected to get going at around 10pm UK time.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • Eubank Jr vs Benn will be shown live on DAZN PPV
  • The show will cost £19.99 on top of your £7.99 per month DAZN subscription.
  • The clash is available for live streaming from the DAZN app, which you can download onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • Virgin TV subscribers will also be able to purchase the PPV through their TV set-top box.

Eubank Jr vs 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)

What has been said?

Both fighters are excited to put on a showdown which will roll back the years for many boxing fans.

Eubank Jr said: “I grew up watching their legendary battles and always wanting to emulate that, and find my own arch nemesis… could this now be Conor Benn? We will find out.

“He has walked the same path as I have. I know his struggle. Living in the shadow of a legend and trying to break out of that shadow and make his own name. If he can beat me, his name will be made, and he will never walk in his father’s shadow again.

“It’s a fight that’s going to spark the imagination of the British public, that’s what I’m happy about. In terms of anticipation, legacy and hype it’s the biggest fight of my career.”

Whilst Benn said: “This fight is for the legacy and was an opportunity I felt I couldn’t pass up.

“My team and I had other options on the table as I’m currently ranked top 5 with all governing bodies at Welterweight and no doubt I’m looking for a World Championship fight very soon, but this fight is embedded with so much history and I know it’s one the public really want to see.

“To me this fight is personal – it’s more than titles and rankings, this is unfinished business between our families!”

Chris Eubank Jr vs Conor Benn: Date, UK start time, TV channel, live stream, undercard for HUGE all-British dust-up | The Sun

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