As previously reported, middleweight contender Chris Eubank Jr. parted ways with four division world champion Roy Jones Jr, who worked as the boxer's head trainer.

Eubank has now hired Brian "Bomac" McIntyre - best known for his work with undisputed welterweight champion Terence Crawford.

Last Saturday night in Las Vegas, Crawford dominated and stopped Errol Spence to become the undisputed champion at 147-pounds.

Eubank is looking for a large measure of revenge, when he faces former champion Liam Smith in a rematch on September 2 in Manchester.

Earlier this year, Smith pulled off a stunner when he knocked out Eubank in four rounds.

"Terence Crawford's whole team is actually now working with me," Eubank Jr told Sky Sports.

"We're off to a great start. Obviously we had an amazing result over the weekend and we were in the gym the next day. So I'm very happy."

Eubank has been training in Las Vegas for weeks and personally witnessed saw Crawford's preparations.

"I was definitely thinking about it, considering it watching the way they work. Roy told me that he wasn't able to train me for this fight, he had other fighters and obligations. So the stars just aligned. Bomac was in town and I thought you know what, I like this guy. I like what he's doing with Terence. Let's see what we can do," Eubank said.

"He was ready. He said listen boxing is my life and as soon as this [Spence] fight is done, I'll be with you in the gym the next day. Which is a sign of a great coach, someone that's willing to do that. So I'm excited to see how things work out.

"It is refreshing to have a new perspective. A new lease of life. A new challenge. It's fitting for this fight. Because this is fight is a new challenge. I've never fought somebody who has a win over me before. So everything's good."