Super-lightweight Harlem Eubank continues his early career progress this Friday night as part of the Matchroom Boxing NXTGEN series at York Hall.
The 23 year-old made his ring debut back in May when taking less than a round to dispatch of Anto Nakic and now aims to keep up his winning streak under the watchful eye of promoter Eddie Hearn.
Eubank campaigns at the same weight as Conor Benn, meaning there’s the potential for a massive rivalry down the line on domestic or world level, dependent on the pair staying busy.
Just this past weekend, Harlem’s cousin Chris Eubank Jr retained his world super-middleweight title and is undoubtedly the flagbearer for the family, four of whom are currently aiming to be top level boxers.
Joining Chris Jr, 28, in the hunt are elder brother Nathaneal Wilson, Chris Sr’s formely estranged 29 year-old son to a previous relationship, younger sibling Seb and now Harlem, who has a great opportunity to make a name for himself on the Sky Sports platform.
Whilst Eubank Jr. is flying high and through the World Boxing Super Series semi-finals, Wilson is currently 4-0-1 in the 140 ranks, whilst amateur campaigner Seb is yet to make his professional bow.
An opponent for Harlem is yet to be confirmed as the Brighton man joins the likes of British super-flyweight title holder Charlie Edwards, Commonwealth belt holder Jason Cunningham, female star Natasha Jonas, Craig Richards, Felix Cash, Ted Cheeseman and Isaac Chamberlain on the London card.
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Phil Jay is Editor of World Boxing News. Follow on Twitter @PhilDJay