Chris Eubank 31 Career Boxing Fights On 13 DVDs With Motion Menus
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              CHRIS EUBANK 31 fights on 13 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Chris Eubank vs Wisniewski
Chris Eubank vs Malek
Chris Eubank vs Camara
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Chris Eubank 31 fights on 13 boxing DVDS
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
Christopher Livingstone Eubanks (born August 8, 1966), known as Chris Eubank, is a British former professional boxer. He held the WBO middleweight and super middleweight titles, scoring victories over six world champions in a career that spanned thirteen years, and is ranked by BoxRec as the third best British super middlewight boxer of all time. A slick, awkward and unorthodox fighter, Eubank had natural athleticism, coupling speed and one-punch knockout power used together with ease.
He was a world champion for over five years, undefeated in his first ten years as a professional, and remained undefeated at middleweight. His world title contests against fellow Britons Nigel Benn and Michael Watson helped British boxing ride a peak of popularity in the 1990s, with Eubank's eccentric personality making him one of the most recognisable celebrities of the period.
In his final years of boxing he challenged then-up and coming contender Joe Calzaghe in a bid to reclaim his WBO super middleweight title, with a victorious Calzaghe later claiming that it was the toughtest fight of his whole career. Eubank's last two fights were against WBO junior heavyweight champion Carl Thompson, both of which were brutal encounters. In the rematch, Eubank was stopped for the first and only time in his career.
Eubank is credited for his bravery in the ring, in which he was able to take considerable amounts of punishment from power punchers en route to his victories and defeats, and for this he is said to have an iron chin.
Early life
Christopher Livingstone Eubanks (later opting to remove the 's' from his surname), one of the sons of Rachel Scollins, was born on August 8, 1966, in Dulwich, South London, and spent his early days in Jamaica (from two months old to six years old). On his return to England, he lived in Stoke Newington, Dalston, Hackney and then Peckham, in a largely impoverished environment.
He attended Northwold Primary School in Upper Clapton, Bellingden Junior School, and then Thomas Calton Secondary School in Peckham, from where he was suspended eighteen times in one year and then expelled, despite claiming he was gallantly trying to protect other children from bullies. Some time was spent at Orchard Lodge Regional Resource Centre, Anerley, in 1981. When he was 16, his father sent him to New York in the U.S. to live with his mother in the tough South Bronx district.
Boxing career
Eubank made a fresh start in New York, battling drug, alcohol and shoplifting addictions to attend church and school. In his spare time he trained at the Jerome Boxing Club on Westchester Avenue, following in the footsteps of his boxing elder brothers (twins, Peter and Simon Eubanks) back in England. Eubank became obsessed with boxing training and went to the gym every day, even working as caretaker to pay his way. He won the 1984 Spanish Golden Gloves Tournament and also got to the semi final stage of the main Golden Gloves tourney at Madison Square Garden at age 18.
He writes in his autobiography that his drive to succeed in boxing came through his drive to become an acepted individual, largely caused by subjective bullying from his elder brothers.
He made his professional debut at the Atlantis Hotel and Casino against Tim Brown, shortly after his 19th birthday. although his next 10 fights went largely unnoticed, then in February 1989 he made brief headlines in defeating Jamaican Anthony Logan in an undercard match to a Nigel Benn headlined show. Benn was arguably the biggest rising star in European sport at the time and Logan had come closest to beating the power punching Benn in what was Benn's most memorable clash to date. Eubank had already made Brighton in England his adopted hometown and set his sights on Benn, believing he could beat him.
Chris Eubank vs Melfah
Chris Eubank vs Cronin
Chris Eubank vs Corti