London - Chris Eubank Jr insists he's like a “caged lion” ready to put on a “devastating” display at the Magna Centre on September 14th.
Supporting Kid Galahad vs Jazza Dickens live on Channel 5 from 8pm, Eubank Jr is ready to put everything on the line in a “no holds barred” contest.
“I’ve been training hard continuously, killing myself in the gym and you need a goal and now that’s September 14th on Channel 5,” Eubank Jr said.
“I’m like a caged lion pacing back and forth, waiting for the chance to get his claws into the first person that comes into range.
“I’m so up for this fight, the guy is in for a woeful night – he’s going to get out of that ring thinking, ‘Maybe boxing’s not for me?’, because this is going to be a no holds barred fight.”
Eubank Jr, 23, contests his 11th fight as a professional, having won all 10 to date with five knockouts and he is eager to get in there and deliver his third straight stoppage in as many fights.
"All this testosterone that’s been building up over the last year – it’s going to be devastating," Eubank Jr said.
Also supporting Galahad when he fights for the British super bantamweight title at Magna, will be current World Youth super-heavyweight champion Hughie Lewis Fury in his ninth outing as a pro, as well as a whole host of local talent on the undercard.