Chris Eubank Jr vs Avni Yildirim

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Chris Eubank Jr vs Avni Yildirim
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Date: 
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Location: 
Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Halle, Stuttgart, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Germany
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
168
Titles at Stake: 
World Boxing Super Series, Quarter Final
Referee: 
Leszek Jankowiak

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'World champion', Chris Eubank Jr takes on unbeaten Turkish man, Avni Yildrim, in the second leg of the WBSS tournament, the fight takes place in Germany.

Eubank starts fast, starts very well, hurts, drops Yildrim in the first round. Yildrim tries to have a good comeback round in round 2, and he does better in this session, but doesn't seem to do enough to take the round, as Eubank still does a lot of good work.

The end comes in round 3, as he drops, stops Yildrim, securing his place in the semifinal of the tournament, he will go on to fight the winner of George Groves vs Jamie Cox.




Fan Cards: Chris Eubank Jr vs Avni Yildirim


scorecard by STINGEV98
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scorecard by THEICEMANJDOG
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scorecard by CHAMPION97
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scorecard by ZAC.RJ
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scorecard by ENDOFME1994
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scorecard by BOXING PURIST
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scorecard by CAPMAN
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scorecard by TALESFROMTHECRYPT
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scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
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Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

We all hate Chris Eubank Jr, it would be great to see him lose, but I don't think that will happen unfortunately.

I don't think Yildrim is great, I think he's good, he is coming off a win over Marco Antonio Periban, not bad, but I don't see many solid wins on his record, I know a faded Glen Johnson pushed him close, and Periban, winning a few rounds against him, what does Periban have left?

I think Eubank will do what he normally does, show speed, volume, power, physical attributes, but, nothing special, nothing a fighter better than a Yildrim, or a Quinlan, faded Abraham can't handle. I think Eubank will walk onto shots from Yildrim early, with a fast, not so composed start. I think Eubank will build up a long lead after 8 rounds, having dropped, hurt a tired Yildrim a few times, leading on the scorecards (79-70, 77-72, 77-72), and Yildrim's corner will retire him from the fight.

I really like Eubank lol why would you hate him ?? He brings personality to the sport. I'm rooting for him to win the tournament

Champion97's picture

You're not supposed to like him, I don't hate him, I just don't like him, because he's nasty, he's cold, he's not a good person I don't think, and don't respond by saying it is all staged and he is a good guy deep down etc, because I could say that about Donald Trump, Skip Bayless!, but I don't hate Eubank Jr, if he wins, I will give him credit, but, let's not get carried away now, what's he done since losing to Saunders?, who has he beaten?, he is the kind of boxer who will fight Abraham at 38, but not a younger Arthur Abraham, and yeah yeah, that is smart, making it work for himself, boxing is a business after all, but nevertheless, the circumstances of that victory have to be taken into consideration, Quinlan, Doran, Jeter, talking about GGG then choosing to defend his British title, he is no world champion, let's get that right!

Eubank Jr does not want you to cheer for him, make no mistake, and I don't think he brings personality to the sport, the fighters who bring personality to the sport, Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder, Keith Thurman, Tony Bellew, many more, acting like a scumbag doesn't impress the fanbase out there, that is why there is so little interest in Eubank Jr at the moment, it is all about Joshua, Lomachenko etc.

What has he done that makes you think he's a scumbag?? I like his personality man, i can't help it, but i think he's a funny dude. I also like his combo he has with his dad, it makes for entertainment. Maybe he has done something i dont know of ? But yeah i think he has the talent to win the tournament aswell. I see some real skill in him. Only thing he needs to work on is when he needs to use his defense effectively and not unnecessarily. I dont see Callum Smith beating him tbh i wasnt impressed with him at all vs skoglund. Smith just looked like an average fighter benefiting from his length. I think this tournament is a toss up between Groves or Eubank jr as far as skill wise. Ofcourse Smith can cause them problems because of his length and style but i dont see it happening.

Champion97's picture

I think you need to catch up on this a little bit,
https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.youtu...
https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.youtu...
https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.youtu...

At the end of the day, you shouldn't take this seriously, I don't like the guy, you're not supposed to like the guy, but all this is irrelevant, this is boxing, it is about what happens in the ring. Haha, yeah I'm not sure you will when you understand what they really represent, and the harsh reality is, people you like, you want to believe are nicer people than they really are, but like I said, irrelevant, I hope he loses to a Yildrim, but I don't think he will, I think Groves beats him though. I don't agree that he has the talent to win the tournament, I'm not even sure he makes the top 5, not a chance in he'll he is the best, I can think of at least 3 who would beat him.

Man, it's the way he's been made to look!, the Eubanks are clever, they are good at making themselves look good, look at the way they fight, look at what a real great fighter could capitalise upon. That is not the only he would need to work on! let's not be silly now, this is like the criticism GGG got when Jacobs gave him a tough time, GGG exposed?, Smith exposed?, that is what happens when you step up in class!, Skoglund is better than anyone Eubank has ever faced apart from maybe Saunders, and Smith still beat him wide. Come on, I take that seriously, Smith will be a world champion, and achieve far more than Eubank, Mark my words, you don't think Smith is as good as some say because unlike the Eubanks, the smiths are good guys, fair enough, but come on, 'Smith just looked like an average fighter benefiting from his length', did you really just say that?

Have you seen Callum Smith box before?, he fought better opponents in his first 10 than Eubank did his first 20. Lol is you think that is all Smith has, then you are in for a shock lad, your man Eubank will get whooped if he fights Smith, and Joe Gallagher is one of the best trainers in the UK, Eubank Sr isn't a trainer not really, let's get that right!

The tops guys in the division are Gilberto Ramirez, Callum Smith, George Groves, James Degale, and I think Tyrone Zeuge maybe.

I agree with you that Degale, Ramirez and Groves at the moment are above Eubank and are likely to beat him, i also think Benavidez belongs at the top of that list. It's just that i dont really see the hype behind smith but i must admit i only seen him fight a few times. We will see what happens in this tournament. I think if Eubank jr really was out for just making himself look good he wouldnt even enter the tournament. This Tournament is very risky for him, as he has a high chance to lose. So i dont think he is this cherry picking guy he is made out to be. I also don't think Skoglund is such a great fighter, and if i remember correctly he was battering Smith in the 5th round or so. I hope Smith can prove me wrong, because i like him... but i personally don't think he is all that.

Champion97's picture

You are more than entitled to your own opinion, but I disagree with a couple of things you say, but I see your viewpoint, ultimately, is a fighter a cherry picker?, there never will be a definitive answer to that question, and Smith and Eubank, who is better?, we couldn't know unless they fought, even if that happened there would still be some degree of debate, there are facts in this sport, but there are also a lot of opinions, I respect that. How many times have you seen Callum Smith?

Champion97's picture

Eubank Jr looked solid, he is fast, strong, dangerous, great finisher, when he has an opponent hurt, once he knows he can hurt the opponent, he is almost unstoppable, almost, I think he would struggle to have the beating of Groves and Degale, he might be able to do it, but I think I'd predict him to lose those fights, they'd both be taking a risky fight if either fought him, Degale, with his inconsistency, if Medina can hammer him with clean shots when he's on the ropes, Eubank can, and Groves, if Eubank could take the jab away from him, make it all about natural durability, maybe find the chin early, he could upset Groves, but I just think Groves's jab, outstanding jab, non-existent stamina issues, maturity, all round boxing ability, and being the natural super middleweight, would be too much, and Degale, again, the natural super middleweight, with his unorthodox tools, awkwardness, ability to go through the gears, maybe too much for Eubank. I certainly don't think Eubank has what it takes to beat Callum Smith or Gilberto Ramirez.