Chris Eubank Jr vs Marcus Morrison LIVE: Ring walk time UK, live stream, TV channel for TONIGHT’S middleweight fight

CHRIS EUBANK JR returns to the ring for the first time since December 2019 to face Marcus Morrison tonight.

The middleweight bout is on the undercard of Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker at the Manchester Arena.

Chris Eubank Jr is back in action this Saturday night
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Marcus Morrison takes to the ring against Eubank Jr[/caption]

When is Eubank Jr vs Morrison?

  • Chris Eubank Jr vs Marcus Morrison takes place on Saturday, May 1 – TONIGHT.
  • The ring walk time is expected at 8pm BST, with the main event of Chisora vs Parker set for around 10pm.
  • The Manchester Arena plays host, but unfortunately there will be no fans in attendance watching on.

What TV channel and live stream is Eubank Jr vs Morrison?

  • Sky Sports Box Office will be broadcasting the full Chisora vs Parker card.
  • Their coverage begins at 6pm.
  • The event will cost £19.95 to purchase.

🥊 CHISORA VS PARKER: TV, live stream and start time info ahead of the big fight

What is the full fight card?

  • Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker (heavyweight)
  • Katie Taylor vs Natasha Jonas (WBC, WBA, IBF, WBO lightweight titles)
  • Dmitry Bivol vs Craig Richards (WBA light-heavyweight title)
  • Chris Eubank Jr vs Marcus Morrison
  • James Tennyson vs Jovanni Straffon (IBO lightweight title)
  • Campbell Hatton vs TBA

What have they said?

Eubank Jr, on how new coach Roy Jones Jr has changed his style: “Mentally is the biggest part. Physically? I’m 31, I won’t be a changed fighter, my style is what it is.

“There are things he has tweaked or made me focus on, but the main change is how I mentally approach these fights.

“The tactics, the thought process, the mind-set that I have now is different. Being with him will add years to my career.

“It’s not about going to war every time anymore. It’s about being smart and not getting hit. Some of those things I had lost focus on.

“I put that down to moving up to super-middleweight – knowing I was against guys who were naturally bigger, I got it into my head that I had to hurt them early so they didn’t bully me. I lost sight of the boxing.

“At middleweight nobody will bully me, nobody is bigger than me, so I can focus on the art and craft rather than the war aspect.”

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