Chris Eubank 31 Career Boxing Fights On 13 DVDs With Motion Menus
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Fights Boxing DVD 1
Chris Eubank vs Wisniewski
Chris Eubank vs Malek
Chris Eubank vs Camara
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Fights Boxing DVD 12
Chris Eubank vs Barrera
Chris Eubank vs Alarcon
Chris Eubank vs Calzaghe
 
 
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Fights Boxing DVD 10
Chris Eubank vs Collins
Chris Eubank vs Godoy
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Chris Eubank vs Watson I
Chris Eubank vs Watson II
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Chris Eubank vs Milo
Chris Eubank vs Benn I
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Chris Eubank vs Thornton
Chris Eubank vs Close I
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Chris Eubank vs Amaral
Chris Eubank vs Storey
 
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Chris Eubank vs Thompson I
Chris Eubank vs Thompson II
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Chris Eubank vs Collins II
 
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Chris Eubank vs Schommer
Chris Eubank vs Wharton
 
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Chris Eubank vs Benn II
Chris Eubank vs Rocchigiani
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Chris Eubank vs Malinga
Chris Eubank vs Jarvis
Chris Eubank vs Essett
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Chris Eubank vs Sherry
Chris Eubank vs Stretch
Chris Eubank
After a string of impressive stoppage victories following a dominant 10 round decision over American gatekeeper/journeyman Randy Smith, Eubank captured the WBC International title in 1990 against Hugo Corti. Later in the year, he knocked out Renaldo Do Santos in precisely 20 seconds (including the 10 count).
 
WBO middleweight champion
Eubank won the WBO middleweight title against Nigel Benn in a classic encounter that was later released on DVD: a grueling battle which ended when Benn (ahead on points, but only narrowly) was stopped on his feet near the end of round 9. Eubank would defend the title successfully against Dan Sherry (in a fight cut short by a headbutt, for which Eubank was penalized 2 points but still won on points over the 9 completed rounds), fellow Briton Gary Stretch and finally in an excellent match with another fellow Briton, Michael Watson, fighting him to a narrow 12 round majority decision in Eubank’s favour. This concluded Eubank’s career as a middleweight, with a 28-0 record.
 
WBO super-middleweight champion
A rematch with Watson for the vacant WBO super-middleweight title took place in September 1991, in which Watson suffered a near fatal injury. Eubank was behind on all scorecards after 10 rounds, and was knocked down 18 seconds from the end of the round. He rose from the canvas (being given only a standing four count instead of eight) to unleash a devastating uppercut to Watson’s jaw right at the end of the round, knocking Watson’s head and neck backwards into the ring ropes. The bell sounded to end the round as soon as Watson was up from the count. It was still obvious to all observers, and to Eubank himself, that he needed a knockout to win: and early in the 12th, with Watson still visibly shaken, the fight was stopped with Watson under a flurry of punches from Eubank. Soon after the fight Watson collapsed in his corner. His condition may have been worsened by the delay in receiving medical attention: there was no ambulance or paramedic at the event and after eight minutes on the ring floor, Watson was attended by doctors wearing dinner jackets, arriving late. Following the fight, Eubank contemplated quitting the sport. Commentator Reg Gutteridge said, in the moment, he had, “never seen a more dramatic end to a world title fight”. Eubank later reflected on the aftermath: “I lost my finishing instinct in the ring, I couldn’t finish fights any more. However, I needed to work and so I carried on and I won most of my fights on decisions. And I blamed myself, after all, it was me who threw the punch.”
 
Eubank was particularly noted for his confidence, concentration, composure, and extravagant behavior, and antics that included a vault over the top-rope into the ring before each fight. His trademark theme tune was Tina Turner’s Simply the Best. He would often engage in posturing (particularly between rounds of fights). Eubank was by now presented as something of a “man you love to hate” figure in the British tabloid press because of his perceived arrogance and for his singularly unconventional sense of style. In boxing circles he enjoyed even less popularity, having once referred to the sport as a ‘Mug’s game” on national television (This was a selective quote – Eubank had actually been discussing the seedier side of the sport, such as the beatings taken by journeyman fighters for small sums of money, or boxers that were lied to and ripped off by promoters).
Chris Eubank vs Melfah
Chris Eubank vs Cronin
Chris Eubank vs Corti