Existing subscribers can pay a one-time fee for the Eubank Jr card. compared to the Benn card. In the UK, the fight costs £19.99 per DAZN PPV. In Ireland, the fight costs 19.99 €. Australian subscribers can watch the match for $41.99 while existing New Zealand subscribers can buy it for $19.99.
Meanwhile, non-subscribers can purchase the war as well as a one-month subscription at the following prices: £27.98 in the UK, €27.98 in Ireland, $55.98 in Australia and $34. 98 in New Zealand. The main card is set to kick off at 7pm BST/2pm ET, with the main event runways scheduled for 10:23pm BST/5:23pm ET. All other countries will host the event as part of the regular DAZN registration.
Via Robert Segal: Chris Eubank Jr admitted he had a huge burden when he fought Conor Benn at 157 lb on October 8 on the DAZN pay-per-view at the O2 Arena in London.
Rehydration provisions can be an issue for Eubank Jr, who will need to limit fluid intake after weighing in.
It was a fight that Eubank Jr (32-2, 23 KOs) couldn’t lose because if he lost, he would retire and he wouldn’t come back, he said.
If Eubank Jr’s was serious about spending only 60% of his energy on preparing for Benn (21-0, 14 KOs) that would put him in a predicament where he could lose. Benn is too good a fighter to be defeated by 60% Eubank Jr.
Eubank Jr, 33, has performed well in his last two games, beating Liam Williams and Wanik Awdijan. None of those guys can punch like Conor Benn.
The last boxer Eubank Jr fought with similar strength to Benn was George Groves, and he lost to him by a 12-round unanimous decision in 2018.
“They know if they lose this fight, it’s going to be very, very hard to beat,” said Eddie Hearn. Boxing in the match about the fight between Chris Eubank Jr and Conor Benn.
“My son will put it on,” said Nigel Benn.
“One of us is in an extremely rude awakening. I don’t think it will be me,” Eubank Jr said: “This is the most important battle of my career. I don’t need to separate myself from ordinary life to practice correctness.
“A lot of warriors need to go somewhere far away from their families and their wives and children because they don’t have the discipline to deal with distractions. That’s how I see it.
“They are not mentally tough to stay around the comforts of home while they prepare for war. I can prepare for the battle on the beach. It’s not important. Give me a ring and some gloves.
“My father is currently working as a business consultant with me. His advice is to wait another year. I’m not willing to risk that. We both have a lot of stuff on the line. I have more pressure and risk.
“I cannot lose this war. If I lose, I retire. It was a huge burden on my shoulders. I can’t come back after a loss. I’ve had to go through too much in this sport letting a puppy step up and take what’s mine, and what’s mine is winning.
“I can’t lose,” Benn said.