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Watch Chris Eubank Jr v Liam Smith live stream and TV channel in UK. All the details on how to watch Chris Eubank Jr v Liam Smith via live.Chris Eubank Jr vs Liam Smith will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Box Office.

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When is Chris Eubank Jr v Liam Smith?

The fight takes place on Saturday 21st January 2023.

TV coverage of Chris Eubank Jr v Liam Smith starts from 6pm on Sky Sports Box Office.

Where is Chris Eubank Jr v Liam Smith fight?

Chris Eubank Jr v Liam Smith is at the AO Arena in Manchester.

The 21,000-capacity arena has hosted – and will continue to host – many top boxing bouts, with the likes of Mike Tyson, Ricky Hatton and Amir Khan all featuring here in the past.

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The 33-year-old son of British ring legend Chris Sr did not take the lurid accusations lying down, and told the packed Manchester press conference that he believes Smith cheats on his wife.

It was unedifying in even the most degenerate of sporting spheres, where we operate and usually thrive off controversy.

But these two fighters are worth more than that. They have both shown integrity and courage, even in defeats, and are both from proud fighting families.

All three of Liam’s brothers, like him, have won British titles and Callum is also a former world champion, as Liam is at super-welter.

Eubank Jr fancies his chances but he knows – win or lose – that the bitter Conor Benn grudge match is just around the corner.

A Smith victory will most likely spark a rematch clause – unless Kell Brook can be coaxed out of retirement for a Sheffield vs Liverpool clash of the veterans.

Once the bell goes, once people stop asking silly questions of two brave gladiators already riled by a punishing weight cut to 11st 7lbs, the action should be thrilling.

Smith insists he can hurt Eubank Jr to the body. The Brighton man claims he has never ever been floored in his life.

By Jack