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10) Eubank Jr KO 3 Avni Yildirim

At the start of the Super Middleweight World Boxing Super Series, many had overlooked the chance Eubank had to be the last man standing in the tournament. However, ‘CEJ’ made an emphatic statement in his opening bow in the tournament; brutally dispatching Avni Yildirim in the third round of their quarter-final in Stuttgart, Germany.

After a strong opening, Eubank established himself as the fighter with the superior skillset and stepped up the gas in the third round. Eubank repeatedly found his mark scoring to the body and to the head. With his back to the ropes, Eubank Jr unloaded his arsenal moving the action back into the ring centre and unfurled a left hook which left Yildirim flat on his back and out for the count, thus setting up a huge domestic grudge match with longtime rival WBA Super Middleweight champion, George Groves.

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