Former two-division world champion Billy Joe Saunders was not overly impressed with the recent win by his longtime rival, Chris Eubank Jr.

This past Saturday night, Eubank scored four knockdowns in a dominant twelve round unanimous decision win over Liam Williams.

Saunders handed Eubank his first career defeat back in 2014, when they collided as undefeated contenders on the rise.

Back in May of 2021, Saunders suffered the first defeat of his career when he was stopped in a super middleweight unification with Mexican superstar Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.

While Saunders has mentioned the possibility of retirement, he appears to be open to the scenario of facing Eubank.

"When Eubank can outbox somebody, that's when you know you've had a bad night. His boxing ability is like a baby giraffe just been born come out. It doesn't matter if I do the weight comfortably or not. I could do the weight half dead and still beat him. So that wouldn't be the issue. He hasn't got what it takes to beat me. He'll box when I'm ready," Saunders told IFL TV.

"He hasn't really done anything in the game apart from his dad's name where you can let someone call the shots. I've tried to deal with them before under Frank Warren, and they're very difficult people to deal with. If they want to talk about it, let them get on the phone and we'll see what they're offering.

"Anybody with any brain knows it'll be Saunders-Eubank. If Kalle [Sauerland] wants to get involved, no problem.  Put an offer forward with the date, place, venue and we'll get the ball rolling. It's not a problem. It's good sitting down, but then you get bored with it. I wouldn't be coming back for a fight that's not high-profile, that the thing. It's got to be one of those types of fights that gets you up."