Chris Eubank Jr vs Liam Williams fight time, TV channel, undercard and live stream

Chris Eubank Jr and Liam Williams will finally clash in Cardiff tonight following two postponements of their middleweight clash

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Chris Eubank Jr and Liam Williams face off ahead of fight

Chris Eubank Jr and Liam Williams are both at a crossroads tonight as they know victory could send them into a world title shot – while defeat would leave them in the boxing wilderness.

The middleweights were due to meet before Christmas but Williams was forced to pull our through injury.

The bout was then pushed back from its rescheduled January date when the British Boxing Board of Control suspended the sport until this month.

Tonight however, the two rivals put their careers on the line in Cardiff in what promises to be a barnstormer.

They will be ably supported on the undercard by American star Claressa Shields who is looking to set up a clash with Savannah Marshall.

Here is everything you need to know about tonight’s fights…

What time is the fight?

The fight will likely start between 10pm and 10.30pm but will depend on how long the undercard takes to complete. There are eight fights before the main event.

Chris Eubank Jr takes on Liam Williams tonight


Action Images via Reuters)

How to watch on TV and via live stream

The fights will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Arena from 7.30pm, meaning the fights will be free to watch for Sky Sports customers.

The fights can also be streamed via Sky Go on your mobile, tablet or desktop computer.

under card

Claressa Shields vs Ema Kozin

Samuel Antwi vs. Conah Walker

Chris Jenkins vs. Julius Indongo

Rhys Edwards vs Ruslan Berchuk

Otto Wallin vs Kamil Sokolowski

Harlem Eubank vs. Viorel Simion

Steve Robinson vs. Shane Gill

Caroline Dubois vs. Vaida Masiokaite


Chris Eubank Jr 3/10

Liam Williams 5/1

Draw 16/1

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quote corner

Chris Eubank Jr.

He’s said a lot of crazy things, which are untrue. I don’t look down on anybody.

I look down on him for sure because of the things he’s said and how he’s conducted himself leading up to this fight. The things he’s said have made it personal for me.

Most of my fights aren’t personal, I’ve just got to beat the guy in front of me. But when you start talking about family and all that stuff, he’s going to pay for what he said.

Be classy, ​​be funny with the things you’re saying with your trash talking, I’m all for that.

You look at someone like Conor McGregor, when he talks s**t you’ve got people laughing. It’s pure entertainment.

The things Liam Williams has chosen to say, you come across as a scumbag and that’s bad for the sport.

People like him need to be pushed out of the sport and that’s what’s going to happen on Saturday.

I want to beat Liam Williams and then to go forward and challenge for and win world titles.

That’s the dream fight to get Golovkin. I’ve wanted that fight for years. If we can get that, then absolutely.

But really, it’s any world title. I’m mandatory challenger for the WBA belt, which is held by Ryota Murata. We’re trying to get that fight too.

There are plenty of world titles out there and we will be challenging for them 100 per cent.

Liam Williams

It’s an unbelievable opportunity to fight here in Cardiff in such a high level fight against Chris. I’m just so excited to put an end to this guy, drop him down a few levels. You’ll realize his his level from him after this fight.

He’s mentally tough, he takes a good shot, but his legs are very robotic. He moves like he’s got wooden legs. I just think my skill set is a lot better. We’re going to find out on a Saturday.

I believe I believe I’ve got the power to stop him and knock him out. Whether I will or not, I don’t know because it’s going to be one of them top fights it’s going to be it’s gonna be very intense, but I do hope to knock him out.

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