Former undisputed world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis will be in the expert commentary booth for Chris Eubank’s mouth-watering clash with Renold Quinlan on February 4th in London.
Lewis insists Eubank has missed a trick by not using a trainer in the build up to the showdown at London’s Olympia, as he benefitted enormously from the advice and guidance given by the late Emanuel Steward, one of boxing’s most decorated coaches.
Lewis said: “This fight will be very interesting. Chris Eubank Jr. is a lot like his dad, who I came up in boxing with. In fact, the first time I saw Chris was at their house where his dad was training him. The legacy has been handed down.
“I can’t say I know much about Quinlan but he’s the champ and there’s a reason for that so, even though Eubanks may be a bigger name, you can’t take him lightly.
“There’s a lot of questions to be answered by both fighters on February 4th. I can’t wait to get the answers.”
Lennox Lewis and Andre Ward will be part of the commentating team for Eubank v Quinlan, live and exclusive on ITV Box Office on February 4th.
Also on the card will be the mouth-watering match-ups between David Price v Christian Hammer, Kid Galahad v Joseph Agbeko, Adam Etches v John Ryder and Andrew Selby v Ardin Diale.
For details on how to view the fight, go to www.itvboxoffice.co.uk