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Chris Eubank Jr will get back in action on October 7th against Avni Yildirim in Stuttgart, Germany.

The current IBO World super middleweight champion is expecting a tough fight even though Eubank Jr isn’t giving the Turk a lot of compliments.

“He’s a strong, rugged, tough come forward fighter. Not very skillful, not very technical, not very fast, but strong and willing to have a tear up and that can only make for a very exciting fight for the fans,” he said in an interview with My Sporting View.

But for Eubank Jr, the biggest fight in the tournament is obviously George Groves. 

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