All the fighters have called each other out with the power of social media
Boxing currently with all the restrictions is still a thriving sport and platform, and one fight square which has surfaced for over a year is the three way scope between Liam Williams, Demetrius Andrade and Chris Eubank Jr. At some point in the previous twelve months every boxer listed above have called another for a fight and with the power of social media these fights, or a selection of these fights could happen at some point in 2021.
Williams (23-2-1) is the current British Middleweight champion and one fighter who has been the most vocal during the various lockdowns. He is currently fighting under Frank Warren and Queensberry Promotions. Frank Warren said on BT Sports "Liam Williams is a different fighter now, and is very comfortable and and I think he has the beating of both Andrade and Eubanks"
"I think he's got the beating of both of them. Andrade and Eubank Jr."@frankwarren_tv insists now is @Liamwilliamsko's moment to win a world title, and welcomes a bout with Christopher 'The Swerve' Eubank Jr ???? pic.twitter.com/YHpiCelQao— Boxing on BT Sport ???? (@BTSportBoxing) January 31, 2021
Williams would relish either fight next, an all British encounter with Chris Eubank Jr would be an amazing spectacle for all boxing fans, with the winner going on to face either Andrade for the WBO Middleweight Title. The pinnacle of these fights would be a main event stage against Billy Joe Saunders in a super fight after unifying the Middleweight division. Currently Billy Joe holds the WBO Super Middleweight Title, but he has previously held the WBO Middleweight Title, and is technically perfect due to his glittering amateur career and precision skills.
Eubank Jr has aligned himself with Kalle and Nisse Sauerland in January 2021, and is a fighter, who at 31 years old, still is an intriguing prospect. He has definitely come from behind the shadow of his father, and is making a name for himself and building his own Eubank brand.
looks like it’s a done deal - @bjsaunders_ can’t duck after saying this stuff... @EddieHearn @DAZNBoxing @SIChrisMannix @DanRafael1 @PacoValcarcel @WorldBoxingOrg @maxkellerman https://t.co/ZeuTTJ0D7D— Demetrius Andrade (@BooBooAndrade) January 6, 2021
The other champion to add to this conundrum is the IBO and IBF Middleweight champion Gennaidy Golovkin "GGG". At 38 years old the dangerous Kazakh has only tasted defeat once in his career, against pound for pound superstar Canelo Alvarez. GGG versus any other middle weight champion does make sense, and boxing fans have called out for one champion across all divisions.