Eubank spoke out after defeat from Smith – blames the case and the referee


British middleweight Chris Eubank Jr. (32-3, 23 KOs) commented on his unexpected early fiasco in the last fight against compatriot Liam Smith (33-3-1, 20 KOs), which became the main event of the boxing evening on January 21 in Manchester (England) .

Judging by the words of Eubank, who, by the way, has the right to a rematch, Smith won only thanks to a lucky chance, and the referee did not figure it out in the episode with a stop …

“I dominated the fight and then he caught me with a punch. Despite everything, I remain of the opinion that I am a better fighter than him,” said Eubank. – Of course, after the defeat, I will not have many arguments, but I have an argument to prove that I am the best fighter. He caught me with a once-in-a-lifetime punch. I feel like I dominated before it happened. (After the knockdown) Liam came at me again, threw more punches, I slipped – and the referee stopped the fight.

“Did I tell you…” Liam Smith commented on the resounding victory over Eubank