Liam Smith sets out terms for Eubank rematch


The main triumphant of the last boxing weekend, Briton Liam Smith (33-3-1, 20 KOs), who scored a bright and unexpected victory over popular compatriot Chris Eubank Jr. (32-3, 23 KOs), is ready to rematch if the defeated opponent decides to use such a right prescribed in the contract.

However, this time the conditions should be different, Liam stressed.

Recall that on the night from Saturday to Sunday in Manchester (England) Smith stopped Eubank in the 4th round of a non-title fight in the middleweight (up to 72.6 kg).

“Like I said, this (rematch) should be in Liverpool. And now, of course, with other money. And I could also lower it to (catchweight) 71.2 kg, ”said the winner.

“I talked about this a week ago, and two, and three, and four weeks ago: “I will beat him once, and then I will beat him again.” So it’s not a problem. But now the conditions should be acceptable for me, ”said Liam.

Meanwhile, Eubank spoke out after the defeat from Smith – he blames the case and the referee.