Chris Eubank Jr. Puts Away Paul Allison in The Fourth
By Phil D. Jay
Middleweight prospect Chris Eubank Jr. (3-0, 2KOs) remains undefeated with an impressive fourth round stoppage win over Scotland’s Paul Allison at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast.
The 22 year-old, who fought his last bout with Jason Ball using just one hand after suffering an injury, looked a lot more relaxed as he reeled off some excellent combinations and looks certain to be up with at the top end of domestic level within twelve months.
Eubank Jr., with his former world champion father Chris Sr. at ringside cheering him on, produced a frenzied attack at the beginning of the fourth round and referee Terry O’Connor had no option but to stop the bout with previously unbeaten Allison’s head rocked back several times.
After the fight, Eubank Jr. spoke to Channel 5 and had this to say: “I went in there tonight with the intention of proving a point. I wanted to produce and explosive performance and that’s exactly what I did.”
Phil D. Jay covers boxing for worldboxingnews.net
Jr doesn't need a lot of fights, he looks so good already at this stage compared to other fighters from here. We'll truly see what he has when he steps it up against competent opposition. I'd like to see him…Comment by GoogleMe on 04-15-2012
Eubank jnr needs alot of fights to build up experience. Havde any of you got an idea how many amateur fights he's had?Comment by D-MiZe on 04-15-2012
[QUOTE=Tobi.G;12005299]Im looking forward to see this young kid in action! Has anyone seen him? is he talented?[/QUOTE] He looked good last night. It's not a great performance to judge him on because his opponent is largely untested. Allison came to…Comment by hugh grant on 04-15-2012
I want to know if his chin is as good as his dads. With that alone he will go far. I wanted to see that kid hit eubank a little as i dont really like Eubank giving pain but not…Comment by Redd Foxx on 04-15-2012
[QUOTE=Tobi.G;12005299]Im looking forward to see this young kid in action! Has anyone seen him? is he talented?[/QUOTE] Been following him a little. Lots of potential, but clearly still developing. Fast, but has a lot more flow than his dad. If…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (7)