Nach dem Sieg gegen Robin Krasniqi im April in Erfurt, bekommt Arthur Abraham nun eine erneute Chance auf einen WM-Kampf - und das. Arthur Abraham kämpft in der Wembley-Arena gegen Chris Eubank jr. um die IBO-WM im Supermittelgewicht. Arthur Abraham vs. Chris. Arthur Abraham trifft auf K.O-Maschine Chris Eubank Jr. Arthur Abraham hat am Juli in London die große - Glasgow UFC on Fox WEIDMAN vs.
Highlights: Abraham chancenlos gegen EubankArthur Abraham trifft auf K.O-Maschine Chris Eubank Jr. Arthur Abraham hat am Juli in London die große - Glasgow UFC on Fox WEIDMAN vs. Profiboxer Arthur Abraham hat einen erneuten WM-Titel verpasst. In seinem Kampf gegen Chris Eubank jr. war der Supermittelgewichtler. Herausforderer Arthur Abraham möchte den IBO-Weltmeistertitel im Super-Mittelgewicht zurück! Dafür muss er Champion Chris Eubank jr. in.
Arthur Abraham Vs Chris Eubank Eubank vs Abraham Fight Video: Video*EXCLUSIVE* Chris Eubank Jr Sparring Ahead Of Fight With Abraham
I definitely hurt him. Ramirez dominated Abraham without getting hit. In round 2, Eubank Jr. The year-old Eubank Jr.
Abraham landed the better shots in round 3, which caused Eubank Jr. I gave that round to Abraham because he landed the bigger punchers.
In the 4th round, Eubank Jr. In the last 20 seconds of the round, Eubank Jr. It was ugly to watch, and caused a lot of the boxing fans in the Wembley Arena to boo.
He was fighting more like Floyd Mayweather Jr. Abraham landed the far better shots in the 5th. You can make a good argument that Abraham deserved the round due to the monstrous punches he nailed Eubank Jr.
However, Eubank Jr. The 6th round saw Abraham once again land the harder shots. This was a clear round for Abraham. Abraham look for the right over the top and then lets a combination go that brings out a roar from Eubank, who calls for him to bring it.
Eubank pins the German on the ropes and lands several uppercuts, Abraham calls for more punishment—is the power a problem for Eubank at ?
The hand speed is impressive, Abe is eating plenty of shots and looking to counter with the jab. Eubank leads on our card Huge looping right lands on Abe over the top but he takes that well.
Another round for the Brighton fighter, Abe lands with a jab, could that be something George Groves takes note of at ringside?
Groves being one of the best jabbers in the game and potentially in line to fight Eubank in the semi-finals of the WBSS. Solid left hooks getting through and then vicious body work making Abraham lose his footing slightly.
Eubank bobbing in the corner and takes a left hook from Abe, but nothing landing too heavy. Another for Eubank in the bank, Huge left stuns Eubank, Abraham is immediately pushed back and appears to have angered his opponent.
E ubank had moved up from middleweight for his previous world title-winning fight against Renold Quinlan in February, but saw his pace drop as the fight reached the midway point.
The year-old, with just one defeat to Billy Joe Saunders from his 25 professional bouts, stepped things up again in the seventh, but once more Abraham took the punishment on the ropes before moving back on the offensive.
Abraham was producing a resolute display and then rocked the champion in the 11th with a big left before again standing tall under a flurry of blows as the contest drew to a close.
E arlier on the undercard, Welshman Lee Selby delivered a successful third defence of his IBF world featherweight title with a unanimous decision points win over Argentinian Jonathan Barros, which secured a positive end to a difficult and emotional week following the death of his mother.
The Liverpool fighter was cut in the sixth and then sent to the canvas in the final round when the towel came in from his corner.
Davis Jr was taken to hospital following the fight as a precaution, but his manager later confirmed he was okay. E lsewhere, British super-featherweight champion Martin Ward retained his title and added the vacant Commonwealth belt with a unanimous points wins over the previously unbeaten Belfast boxer Anthony Cacace.
Sheffield featherweight Kid Galahad took his record to with a 10th-round stoppage of Mexican Jose Cayetano to claim the vacant IBF inter-continental title.
A unanimous decision. A nd his name rhymes with Tris Broobank Zoonier. Abraham has to come out or he's lost this, Eubank wants to hit him.
E ubank gets Abraham to the ropes, tries four uppercuts in a row but none get through and then turns his back before bouncing away.
The referee gives him a little talking to. Abraham might have one last punch in him B ig left hand from the bell by Eubank! Abraham takes it and then another.
Eubank Snr still wants his son to toy with his opponent to draw him into a mistake but Abraham's having none of it, staying solid and absorbing the punches.
And Abraham lands a bit left hand! The crowd saw that one and Eubank knows it - he responds immediately and throws combos at the Armenian, pushing him to the ropes.
Eubank misses a BIG left hand shortly after. E ubank is in control here. Abraham has his guard up, Eubank speeding up and slowing down when he wants to - he doesn't even look slightly tired!
Eubank has dropped low and is edging close to Abraham, trying to draw him in and open up that guard. Abraham tries to land some punches but Eubank is playing with him, easily ducking and diving out of the way of his efforts.
Abraham needs a knock-out to win this. Big left from Eubank - Abraham has definitely felt that one and falls back.
Abraham's playing this up too. He's taking a lot of damage but is either Homer Simpson levels of strong when being punched or is pretending he's not feeling these hits to knock Eubank off his game.
E ubank is throwing strong punches at the ropes, Abraham holding on and starting to look tired. An uppercut gets through the guard again, a couple of cross shots bounce off the gloves Eubank Jr is surely in charge here.
George Groves reckons he's won every round and that Abraham can't live with the pace. A braham must be hoping that Eubank slows down at some point but that doesn't look like happening any time soon.
Eubank lands another big shot but Abraham keeps going like he's made of stone. Great left from Eubank on the bell.
E ubank's attacking round the corner, really going for it. Abraham is retreating, Eubank pummeling him! The instructions from the corner were to "toy" with the Armenian but he's surviving everything he's given.
Abraham lands one and Eubank turns to the crowd - a bit of showmanship - as if to say "that's nothing, pal" Abraham has Eubank in the corner now!
Eubank is trying to put on a little bit of entertainment here but Abraham is landing a few of his punches.
Lots of posturing from Eubank as that round comes to a close. TeamEubank pic. S trong jabs by Eubank but they're just bouncing off Abraham's arms.
Eubank gets a powerful body shot in. Eubank is tucking up in the corner but Abraham doesn't attack and Eubank has a chance to come out.
Abraham strings a combination of punches together but Eubank deals with it easily. And there's a big left! I don't think Eubank will really impress, I think Abraham will show us why Eubank wouldn't have shown the guts to face a younger Abraham.
I think Abraham will be disappointed, but he's little to lose at this stage of his career, he's already achieved, and then some!
Euabnk Jr is no champion, and I don't think he's a great fighter, he doesn't make the top 5 in his division, and I think this fight being closer than Abraham vs Ramirez, will say a lot, especially given that this is a 15 months further declined Abraham.
If Eubank wants to be taken seriously on the same level as Groves, Degale, Ramirez, Smith, Zeuge, then he must man up, and step up his opposition level, after this fight, he'll probably call Felix Sturm out of retirement, maybe call out David Brophy, Periban, or Kessler, he won't gain respect this way, he needs to fight a top fighter sooner or later, he's had 25 fights, he's 27, I mean, chop chop Chrissy!
I doubt Abraham will win this fight, but if he did, what an awesome night, what an awesome victory for Abraham, I still think he should retire, but retirement next or not, he knocks the bully out, everyone wants to see that, surely, it is far from impossible that Abraham wins this, the last attribute which a fighter loses, is his power, I think Roy Jones Jr still hits hard, George Foreman is living proof of this as well, and Bernard dropping Shumenov like that at age 49, so I think if Abraham can find that big shot which knocked out Jermaim Taylor, maybe he can finish Eubank.
I doubt Abraham will win, but nothing's impossible. Sat, If Abraham wasn't so long in the tooth I'd lean towards him in this fight.
Predictable result, Abraham just too far past it to deal with the speed and volume of Eubank. I favor the Turkish fighter against Eubank Jr. George mollywhops him in the next round.