Chris Eubank Jr. has announced registration details for his forthcoming IBO super-middleweight title challenge against Renold Quinlan on February 4.
The talented Brit heads up in weight for the first time in a bid to place himself with a bargaining chip on the world scene, with the card taking place on ITV Box Office.
Terrestrial channels had so far been reluctant to dip their toes into the Pay-Per-View market thus far, although Eubank, along with his father Chris Sr. and his team have made a strong statement in securing a deal.
David Price fights Christian Hammer at heavyweight, plus there’s a tasty looking 168 pound contest between punchers Adam Etches and John Ryder.
Highly-gifted Welshman Andrew Selby is showcased as the 28 year-old battles former world title challenger Ardin Diale in what has been sanctioned as a WBC flyweight title eliminator.
A second encounter to be confirmed by Poxon Sports last week was an eye-catching featherweight tussle pitting Barry ‘Kid Galahad’ Awad against seasoned world campaigner Joseph Agbeko.
As always, Eubank Jr. makes his own headlines, but with a quality card accompanying the British hope in his quest for a first world honour, the event has fast become worth buying for any non-subscription-paying boxing fan.
Four other prospects defend their perfect records on the bill as welterweight Chris Kongo (2-0), featherweight Lucas Ballingall (5-0), and Jordan’s Dennis (1-0) and Gill (16-0) feature at middleweight and super-featherweight respectively.
Quinlan v Eubank Jr. is live on ITV Box Office. Click here for details