2017 BOXING fight – Chris Eubank Jr vs Arthur Abraham – full fight Video IBO

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2017-07-15, good fight between Chris Eubank Jr and Arthur Abraham: it gets three stars.

The Ibo super-Mw and former interim Wba Mw champion Chris Eubank Jr entered this fight with a pro boxing record of 24-1-0 (19 KOs=79%) and he is ranked as the No.5 super middleweight in the world. He suffered his only loss when he faced Billy Joe Saunders in 2014 (via split decision, Saunders vs Eubank Jr), since then he has won six bouts beating Nick Blackwell (=Eubank vs Blackwell), Tom Doran (=Eubank Jr vs Doran) and Renold Quinlan in his last three (=Eubank Jr vs Quinlan).
His opponent, the former Ibf Mw and Wbo super-Mw champion Arthur Abraham, has a record of 46-5-0 (30 knockouts) and he entered as the No.4 in the same weight class. He lost to #1 Gilberto Ramirez last year (=Abraham vs Ramirez) but then he has beat Tim Robin Lihaug (=Abraham vs Lihaug) and Robin Krasniqi (=Abraham vs Krasniqi). Chris Eubank Jr vs Arthur Abraham is valid for the IBO World super middleweight title (Eubank’s first defense); the winner of this fight will enter the World Boxing Super Series super-Mw competition. Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Date: 2017-07-15

Where: Wembley Arena, London, United Kingdom

Division: super middleweight (168 lbs, 76.2 kg)

Title: IBO World super middleweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Chris Eubank Jr def. Arthur Abraham (unanimous decision, 118-110, 118-110, 120-108)

 

Eubank’s previous fight: Chris Eubank Jr vs Renold Quinlan

Abraham’s previous fight: Arthur Abraham vs Robin Krasniqi

 

 

Eubank vs Abraham Fight Video:

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  • Barry

    Thanks a lot ATBF for posting!
    Boring one sided beat down 2 star fight.
    Bit unfortunate to see a former 2 division world champion climbing in the ring to be nothing more than a paid punching bag.

    • Arjay Cee

      I also thank our great hosts at ATBF for their work.

      Abraham and Guerrero are both reminders this weekend of what it means to live by the sword, die by the sword.

      Eubank Jr. continues to sharpen his terrific buzzsaw offense on overmatched old-timers like Abraham and B-list nobodies whose names we forget before the fight is over.

      Besides the drawback to feasting on faded and subpar foes, he’s also not really coming along in defense, as even old Arthur was able to pop him a few geriatric good ones.

      When his long apprenticeship is finally over, will Eubank Jr. be able to keep up with guys who’ve made a point of fighting the best?

      • stupid werdum face

        In terms of management, this was good matchmaking, faded old former champion, a next step up from the bums hes been fighting while building towards a money fight..

        • Arjay Cee

          Some good matchmaking is going to occur in the tournament, but by default. The Eubanks won’t be able to cherry pick, for a change, and we’ll get a better test of Jr.’s ability. I won’t be surprised if he wins, and I hope he does — that’ll make it likelier we’ll get to see him in action against better guys. He’s too good to be spending his days wiping out the B-level and pensioners.

  • Ignacio Ortiz

    This was an awful performance by Abraham he should’ve stayed in Germany collecting checks against no hopers and stiffs he could beat easily instead of pretending he’s still a contender at Super Middleweight.