Re: Eubank beats Degale
Eubank Jr is caught between a rock and a hard place. The Middleweight and Super-Middleweight divisions in Britain right now are stacked. If he stays at 160 then he's got no chance in my opinion, not when you've got Murray, Barker, Macklin and Billy-Jo Saunders around.
168 wouldn't be much better. Even when Froch retires you've still got Groves and DeGale who both developed WAY faster than Eubank Jr is doing.
Although his technique looks decent his power isn't up to scratch and neither is balance. He may improve as he develops but even then, what chance will he have of doing anything significant? (e.g. win a title).