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‘Chef’ Eubank to cook up storm


CHRIS EUBANK Jr says IBO champion Renold Quinlan is going to get ‘cooked’ when the Australian steps
into the ring to defend his title this weekend.

The bout takes place at London Olympia on February 4 and fans who can’t get a ticket can watch it on ITV pay-per-view for less than ten pounds.

Talking to the Voice of Sport Eubank Jr said that his opponent from Down Under had made a mistake by stepping into his ‘kitchen’ and he’s going to ‘sautee’ Quinlan before ripping his title away.


“I’m searching and destroying. The ring is my kitchen and he’s getting cooked. Seasoned, cooked, fried, sautéed all of that,” he enthused.

He added: “For me, this world title that I am going to win, that is the start of a long a fruitful journey. I’m going to be in the game for at least another ten years.

“My goal is to take all of the titles, to take all of the belts in the middleweight and super-middle- weight division and it will begin on February 4.”

Quinlan, 27, said he was looking forward to pitting his skills against Eubank Jr and rather than get involved in a slanging match the father-of-four said: “I genuinely don’t have a game plan for him, I’ve never had a game plan for any fighter and God knows that is the truth. I adapt to what’s in front me.


“I don’t think about what I’ll do if I win or lose, I’ll deal with the outcome when it happens. “It’s my first time in London, I didn’t come here to embarrass my- self and I’m not sure if there are any Australian boxing fans here but if there are, come and see me fight or watch it on ITV pay-per view.”

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