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Eubank Jr. Demands Cash, Benn Shifts Focus Is the Bout in Peril?

In a social media exchange, Chris Eubank Jr. has put promoter Eddie Hearn on the spot, insisting on hearing the money offer for a potential fight against Conor Benn. Benn, seemingly frustrated with the situation, declares himself “bored” and redirects his attention to securing a bout with Gervonta Davis.

Eubank Jr. (33-3, 24 KOs) hints at having options, mentioning Bob Arum of Top Rank, suggesting a willingness to explore alternatives to a matchup with Benn (23-0, 14 KOs). The middleweight contender appears to be playing hardball, perhaps seeking a more enticing proposal from Hearn.

The back-and-forth escalates as Eubank Jr. challenges Hearn to “show me the money,” while Benn dismissively states, “I’m bored of the Eubank name.” Hearn, in a plea to Eubank Jr., emphasizes the financial opportunity, urging him to consider the millions at stake in a potential clash with Benn.

Despite Hearn’s persistence, the looming prospect of Benn facing Gervonta Davis adds an additional layer of uncertainty to the situation. The Matchroom Boxing promoter remains optimistic about the appeal of a Benn-Eubank Jr. bout, believing British fans would eagerly support it, even as the aging Eubank Jr. faces skepticism from U.S. fans.

As the drama unfolds, the question remains: Will Eubank Jr. and Benn ever share the ring, or is the fight destined to slip away amid financial demands and shifting priorities?

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