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Chris Eubank throws 96 punches in 11 seconds in training

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Chris Eubank Jr impressed the boxing world with a stunning third-round knockout to defeat Turkey's Avni Yildirim in the super-middleweight World Boxing Super Series on Saturday night.

It means Eubank could face WBA champion, George Groves, if he overcomes fellow Brit Jamie Cox at Wembley Arena next weekend.

In truth, Eubank’s victory never looked in doubt as he extended his record to 26-1. He put Yildirim on one knee in round one before a flurry of punches and a massive left hook provided the knockout blow.

And after the win, Eubank sent a pretty strong message to his possible next opponent, Groves.

"I'm here to dominate this tournament. I'm sending a message out there that I'm coming. George Groves, get through your next fight so we can give the boxing fans what they want to see,” he said after his latest victory.

"I think it's going to be exactly the same as what we saw tonight. I'm not playing any more."

And you wouldn’t blame Groves if he was a little bit fearful after seeing Eubank in this kind of form.

And he’ll be even more fearful after a training video of Eubank has emerged.

The video shows the 28-year-old pummelling a punch machine. What’s so special about that you may ask…

Well, the small fact that he managed a crazy 96 punches in 11 seconds.

No, seriously.

Watch: Chris Eubank Jr in training

Take a look:

Wow.

It’s that sort of speed that saw him defeat Yildirim and has seen him become a real force in the sport of boxing.

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