Chris Eubank 31 Career Boxing Fights On 13 DVDs With Motion Menus
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              CHRIS EUBANK 31 fights on 13 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Chris Eubank vs Wisniewski
Chris Eubank vs Malek
Chris Eubank vs Camara
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Chris Eubank 31 fights on 13 boxing DVDS
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Chris Eubank vs Barrera
Chris Eubank vs Alarcon
Chris Eubank vs Calzaghe
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Fights Boxing DVD 10
Chris Eubank vs Collins
Chris Eubank vs Godoy
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Chris Eubank vs Watson I
Chris Eubank vs Watson II
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Chris Eubank vs Milo
Chris Eubank vs Benn I
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Chris Eubank vs Thornton
Chris Eubank vs Close I
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Chris Eubank vs Amaral
Chris Eubank vs Storey
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Chris Eubank vs Thompson I
Chris Eubank vs Thompson II
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Chris Eubank vs Collins II
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Chris Eubank vs Schommer
Chris Eubank vs Wharton
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Chris Eubank vs Benn II
Chris Eubank vs Rocchigiani
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Chris Eubank vs Malinga
Chris Eubank vs Jarvis
Chris Eubank vs Essett
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Chris Eubank vs Sherry
Chris Eubank vs Stretch

Chris Eubank agreed to meet in a WB/WBO unification rematch against Nigel Benn. In 1993 the rivals would engage in another contest named 'Judgement Day' watched by a reported 500 million people and fought and exciting contest, albeit less brutal than their first, to a draw. Don King had negotiated the contracts so that he would own both the winner and the loser of Eubank vs Benn 2. Barry Hearn claimed that, as a draw was not written into the contract, Eubank was free to sin a new deal with him instead of King. He did, and Benn also did not sign for King, on the same pretext.


Following the Benn fight, Eubank went on to defeat Graciano Rocchigiani of Germany, the undefeated former IBF super-middleweight title holder. After a split points victory over Ray Close, in the King's Hall Felfast, Eubank signed an eight-fight L10-million deal with Sky Sports for contests in South Africa, Mancheser, London and Millstreet. Eubank made five further successful defences, beating British world title contenders Henry Waharton and Sam Storey as well as unbeaten Dan Schommer and Mauricio Amaral Costa.


Eubank vs Collins

In March 1995 however, Eubank lost his title to Irishman Steve Collins, by unanimous decision.


Eubank won an eliminator for his old title against Jose Ignacio Barruetabena, as well as a win over Bruno Ruben Godoy. A rematch with Collins took place in Cork, Ireland, and Eubank lost again by a surprisingly narrow split decision. He announced his retirement from the ring in October 1995. He made a quick comeback in 1996, however, defeating Luis Dionisio Barrera and Camilo Alarcon.


Calzaghe vs Eubank

After Steve Collins withdrew from his WBO super-middleweight title defence against Joe Calzaghe and unexpectedly retired in October 1997, Calzaghe was match against Eubank or the vacant title with eleven days notice. Eubank has been scheduled to box at light-heavyweight on the undercard. Eubank was knocked down twice and lost on points to Calzaghe, but saw he popularity rise as a result of managing to finish the fight against him more fancied opponent.



Eubank then added 20 lbs in weight and challenged Britain's Carl Thompson for the WBO cruiserweight title. Eubank floored Thompson in the fourth round but, as in the first Steve Collins fight, failed to press home his advantage. The fight went the distance, with Thompsons strength and durability eventually telling in the later rounds. Thompson won by unanimous decision, but the closeness of the fight was reflected in the scoring, with tow of the three judges giving the fight to Thompson by a single point.


A rematch was quickly arranged for three months later and they again fought for the WBO cruiserweight championship in what turned out to be Eubank's last fight. Eubank had the better of the fight early in the rematch, but the short rest between the bouts came back to haunt him as his left eye that was damaged in the first fight rapidly began to swell. The fight was stopped at the end of the ninth round, when Eubank's left eye closed completely from swelling. At the time he was ahead on the scorecards. It was the only stoppage loss of Eubank's career spanning 3 weight divisions, 30 pounds and 13 years as professional.defend the title successfully against Dan Sherry (in a
Chris Eubank vs Melfah
Chris Eubank vs Cronin
Chris Eubank vs Corti