Chris Eubank Jr’s coach Ronnie Davies commented on Jr’s infamous single-mindedness during training camps – joking that there would be no one he would listen to.
Davies said IFL TVhowever, he regularly advises Eubank during training and that his curator is willing to take his advice.
“He will always do his own thing because he won’t listen to anyone! But I’m still there, I’m there every day giving advice.
It’s not just about keeping the pad, I’m good for him otherwise he wouldn’t have kept me there would he?
If he doesn’t want to listen to me, he’ll be stupid. “
Adopted Eubank has returned to the old training program set up before his much-anticipated showdown with Conor Benn this Saturday night. Having been with Roy Jones Jr in his most recent games, ‘Next Gen’ returns to his previous arrangement under Davies.
Eubank’s training team may not have much consequences, with the fight is now in grave danger after news of an adverse finding in a VADA drug test from Benn broke Wednesday afternoon.
The The British Boxing Regulatory Council has released a statement saying they will ban the fight that took place before thatHowever, Benn promoter Eddie Hearn said lawyers are discussing how the historic meeting at 02 could still go ahead.
Eubank Jr and his team are said to be getting ready for the fight to go on, so England’s match fans are waiting with breath for news on whether the competition will get the green light in the next few days. next day or not.