CHRIS EUBANK was able to comfortably outpoint the Commonwealth super-middleweight champion Henry Wharton in defending his WBO world super middleweight title on December 10 1994, rediscovering the type of form that had seen him dethrone WBO world middleweight champion Nigel Benn four years previously. Claude Abrams, for Boxing News, recalled a night in which ‘‘Eubank had achieved more than he had done in the previous three years’’.
EUBANK had been very active in the months leading up to the Wharton contest, but the man nicknamed ‘Simply the Best’ had looked far from it in recent times – notably in scraping through to points decision victories over Dan Schommer in October and the limited Mauricio Amaral in July.
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