Chris Eubank Jnr: Signs with Frank Warren & BoxNation
Monday, 24 February 2014 | Carl
CHRIS EUBANK JNR was delighted with his latest victory – a three-round retirement of Alistair Warren – and is open to Frank Warren’s BoxNation being his long-term platform.
“Very happy, this is the fourth stoppage in a row now,” said Eubank after cruising to 13-0 (8) in Bethnal Green. “The people who said there was no power in these hands are hiding away now. I’m the real deal – there’s going to be a lot more stoppages to come in my career.
“Never frustrated, always calm, always collected – thinking – using it as a learning experience. This guy was never in my league. I could have gone out there and stopped him in the first round if I wanted to but it was one of those things where I need to get the rounds in underneath my belt.
“I took my time and waited for the right time to take him out. I was hoping he would actually come out for the fourth round and I was going to knock him out then but he didn’t, he had a cut I think. You know, he was a tough guy and it was a good fight.
“I’ll fight whoever my management team puts in front of me.
The 24-year-old then explained his current relationship with broadcaster Box Nation. Ultimately, he just wants to keep busy.
“We’re having a trial period right now,” he said. “We’ll see how it goes – if the terms and that and everything’s okay then we’ll see about having a long-term relationship with BoxNation.
“That’s the main goal – whoever I’m fighting for, wherever I’m fighting, to get as many fights in as I can.”