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Tom Farrell vs Harlem Eubank Boxing match At York Hall in Bethnal Green on Friday night, the main event is a rescheduled ten-round super lightweight fight between Harlem Eubank and Tom Farrell, promoted by Wasserman.

The bout was scheduled for July but was postponed after Farrell was diagnosed with COVID-19.

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Starting with his September 2020 knockout of old amateur foe Martin McDonagh, Eubank (15-0, 6 KOs) has progressively risen up in class and has excelled.

The 28-year-old has since risen up the ranks and has fought three times in 2018. He knocked out Sean “Masher” Dodd in two rounds in May and defeated Farrell’s successor, Eliot Chavez, by disqualification in July.

In his career, Farrell (21-5, 5 KOs) has had his ups and downs, and he has often failed to succeed while fighting in a higher weight class.

Tom Farrell, a former lightweight champion of the World Boxing Association (WBA), will face Harlem Eubank on November 25 at York Hall.

Tom Farrell (21-5, 5 KOs), a former WBA International super lightweight champion, fights Harlem Eubank (3-0, 2 KOs) at York Hall on November 25. In anticipation of the bout airing live on Channel 5, Farrell is planning to stop Eubank cold and make a name for himself.

In a difficult battle back in June, ‘Fazza’ prevailed against Olaide Fijabi, and since then, the Scouse boxer has been putting in extra work in preparation for his next match.

We’ve got enough of time in camp, it’s been a really solid camp,” Farrell stated after the team had been in camp for eight weeks. This is a decent level of sparring, since I have lately engaged in a lot of practice with the likes of Sam Maxwell.

After beating Fijabi in Liverpool, Farrell’s record improved to 21 wins and 5 defeats. He is confident in his expertise to beat Eubank (15-0) and deal him his first professional loss.

During his winless streak, Eubank has turned in some impressive performances, including a spectacular knockout of Sean Dodd in May. He’s been showing signs of improvement and progress, but this will be his biggest test thus yet.

Farrell has experience working under intense pressure, and his victories in major world championship fights against opponents like Ohara Davies have prepared him to put a stop to Eubank’s undefeated run.

It’s a star-studded night of boxing, with big names like Liam Williams and Chloe Watson (a former Team GB flyweight standout) trying to make a name for themselves.

Although the battle is taking place far from Farrell’s hometown of Liverpool, viewers may expect to witness a large contingent of Scousers rooting for their fellow countrymen.

Hopefully, Farrell will be able to knock out Eubank and give him his first loss of the night, making for an exciting evening of professional boxing. York Hall awaits this highly anticipated showdown on Friday 25th November

Tom Farrell vs Harlem Eubank Undercard

When Nizar Trimech faces Liam Williams.

After Eubank Jr’s defeat, Williams is back in action.

Liam Williams (23-4-1, 18 KOs), a former world championship candidate, will headline the undercard with a ten round middleweight bout against Nizar Trimech (9-3-2, 4 KOs), who is looking to get back on track after suffering consecutive losses.

Williams challenged for the WBO championship against Demetrius Andrade in April of last year and gave it his all before losing on the cards. However, he appeared out of sorts when he was downed four times en route to losing a points decision to Chris Eubank Jr. in February, despite a late comeback.

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Welshman At the York Hall, Liam Williams returns for a rematch against the Frenchman Nizar Trimech.

With another crack at the world championship in his sights, Liam Williams (24-4-1, 18 KOs) will be fighting Nizar Trimech (9-3-2, 4 KOs) in York, England, on Channel 5 live with the hopes of scoring a decisive victory.

Having gone the distance with two quality fighters in Demitrius Andrade and Chris Eubank Jr., Williams will be eager to return back to winning ways in his next bout. When Williams, at 30, faced Andrade for the WBO Middleweight title in April 2021 in Hollywood, he was knocked down early, but he rallied to take the fight to the judges’ scorecards.

‘The Machine returns to face the Frenchman Trimech, a restricted type who has only won once in his past five tries.

On the same evening, former IBO world lightweight contender Lucy Wildheart (10-1, 4 KOs) will be looking to make it six victories in a row, and Lenny Fuller (12-1, 1 KO) will be returning to the welterweight division.

Each of them is waiting for their respective opponents to be officially announced.

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