CHRIS EUBANK JR flaunted an £8,000 Louis Vuitton jacket at the first press conference for his fight against Conor Benn.
The 32-year-old middleweight will take on welterweight Benn at a 157lb catchweight at The 02 Arena on October 8.
The pair came face to face today for the first time since the bout was announced – in what is being dubbed Eubank-Benn III following their fathers' two famous meetings in the 1990s.
And Eubank Jr rocked up to the media event in a Floyd Mayweather-style jacket which has a retail value of $10,000 (£8,246).
Eubank was visibly the bigger of the two men as they measured each other up in a stare off.
Benn is moving up from welterweight (147lbs), while Eubank Jr is dropping down from middleweight (160lbs).
READ MORE IN BOXING
Eubank Jr says Benn rehydration clause in place to prevent ‘public execution’
William Hill – football free bets: Claim £30 welcome bonus when you stake £10
Due to Eubank's superior size, a rehydration clause limiting him to what he can weigh the next morning after the weigh-in has been put in place.
But the 32-2 fighter insists that is only in place to prevent the bout from being a one-way demolition job.
He said: "I can't be 100 per cent when I have to go down to a weight I've never been to and then I can't rehydrate fully.
"That's fair, because if I'm 100 per cent it's a public execution, I have to be at a disadvantage to make the fight reasonable.
Most read in Boxing
Fury in SECOND retirement U-turn as Brit legend 'walks away' from boxing AGAIN
Joshua fight time against Usyk CONFIRMED with UK fans in for late night
Watch Joshua show off brutal body shots in training for crucial Usyk rematch
Tyson Fury 'heading to Iceland to look' for Hafthor Bjornsson' amid fight talks
JOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply)
"I'll be 60 per cent on the night, and that will be enough to do whatever I want with you."
When the dads met in 1990, Chris Eubank Sr beat Nigel Benn via stoppage.
The pair then controversially drew the second contest three years later in a clash many felt Benn did enough to win.
READ MORE IN BOXING
Benn out to ‘set the score straight’ after dad’s controversial Eubank draw
Eubank Jr fumes after meet-up ‘sneakily set up’ with Benn
And Nigel's son Conor is now motivated to seek some retribution for those two fights.
He said: "Dad had a draw the last fight, we know he should have won.
"I'm just going to go in there and handle business and I settle the score."
Source: Read Full Article