ANOTHER member of the Eubank family will be looking to dazzle when Harlem fights at York Hall on Friday night.
The 23-year-old is due to face Georgie Wright at part of Matchroom’s Boxing NXTGEN bill as he looks to make a name for himself.
The super-lightweight enters the squared circle for the second time as a professional after his destructive debut win over Anto Nakic in May.
But just who is the orthodox fighter?
WHO IS HARLEM EUBANK?
Harlem Eubank was born in Brighton on February 23, 1993.
He competes in the super lightweight division that boasts the likes of Tyrone Nurse, Ohara Davies and Josh Taylor on the domestic scene.
Eubank comes from a famous boxing family, and will look to creep out of the shadows of his well-known family members.
WHAT IS HARLEM EUBANK’S RELATION TO CHRIS EUBANK JR?
Harlem and IBO super middleweight champion Chris Eubank Jr are cousins.
Chris Eubank Jr is the son of former two-time world champion Chris Eubank Sr, and Harlem is the son of former boxer Simon Eubank – the brother of Eubank Sr.
WHAT IS HARLEM EUBANK’S BOXING RECORD?
Eubank has only fought once – back in May against Anto Nakic – where he knocked him out inside a round at the Metropole Hotel.
Tonight, Harlem will be facing Georgie Wright in his first televised performance.
Eddie Hearn will be in no rush to throw the young man in at the deep end, and will oversee his career in a similar way to Conor Benn – a possible future opponent:
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WHAT HAS BEEN SAID ABOUT HARLEM EUBANK?
Chris Eubank Jr said of his cousin: “We are very close and he’s a new addition to Team Eubank and I wish him the very best. He trains hard and I know he will put on a show.
“Harlem is a very slick fighter, good foot movement, good speed, one of those all-round fighters – he’s good at everything.
“His only weakness is his inexperience but he will learn and it will get better of course.
“He’s very exciting to watch. His first pro fight he got a first-round knockout, so he’s a chip off the old block.
“He is definitely someone I would recommend watching.”
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