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Chris Eubank Jr vs Liam Smith: What time are they in the ring? How can I watch? | Boxing News


Chris Eubank Jr and Liam Smith won’t make their ring walks before 10pm as the middleweights meet in a much-anticipated clash on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Box Office.

With both men targeting future world title fights, defeat for either could prove terminal to their boxing careers.

Acting as chief support after 9pm will be hard-punching cruiserweight Richard Riakporhe’s fight with Poland’s Krzysztof Glowacki, the former world champion. London’s Riakporhe is aiming to secure a shot at world honours for himself later this year but must win to keep those dreams alive.

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The bad blood between Eubank Jr and Smith showed no sign of ending at the head to head following the press conference

From 8.15pm, Ekow Essuman will take on Chris Kongo in what promises to be a tremendous clash for the British and Commonwealth welterweight titles.

Having suffered the first knockout defeat of his career to Joe Joyce last time out, Joseph Parker looks to bounce back when he meets Jack Massey, who steps up to heavyweight for the first time, from 7.30pm.

Big prospect and Olympic super-heavyweight bronze medallist Frazer Clarke will contest a six-round meeting with Kevin Espindola after 7pm.

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Frazer Clarke says 2023 is the year he needs to put his foot down and challenge for titles

The action gets under way on Sky Sports Box Office from 6pm.

Scott Forrest will face with Amine Boucetta first before Matty Harris takes on Jiri Surmanj over six rounds at heavyweight.

Chris Eubank Jr vs Liam Smith is on Saturday January 21, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Book it now if you are a Sky TV subscriber or a Non-Sky TV subscriber. Buy tickets here.

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