Chris Eubank Jr: “Felix Cash Got Dropped Twice By A Guy With 4 KO’s”

Chris Eubank Jr Unimpressed with Felix Cash's Win Over Madiev

Chris Eubank Jr. laughs at Felix Cash
Chris Eubank Jr. laughs at Felix Cash

Chris Eubank Jr Hits Back at Felix Cash

In boxing, sometimes fighters look too far ahead at the next fight instead of focusing on what is directly in front of them. Middleweight contender Chris “NextGen” Eubank Jr (32-2, 23 KO’s) had to remind rising middleweight Felix Cash (15-0, 10 KO’s) of this fact after watching him barely escape with a victory.

Cash has been tabbed as the UK’s next great middleweight fighter. During an interview with iFL TV, he made it clear that he could defeat the winner of Eubank Jr and former title challenger Liam Williams. However, he needed to first deal with undefeated Magomed Madiev (15-1-2, 4 KO’s).


Well, he may have been looking too far ahead at Eubank Jr and Williams. Cash was faced with adversity in against Madiev, being dropped twice. He tasted the canvas in the first minute of round one after being hit by a powerful left hook.

Cash survived that scare only to meet serious drama in the final round after getting clipped and dropped again. As Madiev began looking for the finish, Cash got deducted a point for excessive holding while trying to survive.

After narrowly surviving the last round, he was declared the winner on the judge’s scorecards. Eubank Jr, aware of Cash’s bold statement, took exception to the thought that the young man could take him on in a fight after witnessing that performance.

The brash, top-rated middleweight contender wasted no time at all roasting Cash on social media. Moreover, he took aim at Matchroom Chair Eddie Hearn for even suggesting Cash could beat him.

Chris Eubank Jr takes exception to Eddie Hearn suggesting Felix Cash can beat him

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By: Garrisson Bland

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."