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Chris Eubank Jr. Amazed By Floyd Mayweather's Lifestyle

Chris Eubank Jr. Amazed By Floyd Mayweather's Lifestyle

Chris Eubank Jr And Floyd Mayweather

Chris Eubank Jr. Has opened up concerning his experiences with Floyd Mayweather during his build up for Conor McGregor Fight back in August 26.

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He had traveled over to sin city "Las Vegas", to Mayweather camp during the build up for the fight and the The British super middleweight could not believe, watching Mayweather party and clubbing despite having to face McGregor in two weeks time.

“Two weeks before the fight, I watched him walk out of the strip club at five in the morning,” Eubank told the Daily Mail for a story posted to the London tabloid’s website Thursday. “It’s surreal. It’s like, ‘Jesus.’ Then the next week, he’s at a pool party. He’s not drinking and he’s got his section up at the top and he’s just chilling and stuff.

“But it’s like, ‘You’re at a pool party and you’re about to fight in a week-and-a-half’s time. Who does that?’ Well, Floyd does that. Everybody is different and the thing with Floyd is, in a good way and a bad way – well, it’s good for him, obviously, because it works for him.”

Eubank is beginning to believe that the Mayweather lifestyle is having some negative impact on Mayweather's portage Gervonta Davis (19-0, 18 KOs), who got striped of his title before he technically knocked out Costa Rica’s Francisco Fonseca (19-1-1, 13 KOs) on the Mayweather-McGregor Undercard.

“You have kids that are looking at [Mayweather’s lifestyle] and thinking, ‘Oh, I can do that. I can go to the club and party and do whatever I want and then fight,’ ” Eubank said. “And you just can’t. You just can’t. With [Mayweather], I can pretty much guarantee you that lifestyle wasn’t how he got to where he is. He was doing it the right way – not the right way, because he’s still winning. … What he’s doing now is the right way for him. But the traditional way.

“That’s how he started and that’s how every fighter needs to start. And it worries me a bit with [Davis] because I know ‘Tank’ is spending a lot of time with Floyd, and he’s his hero, and a lot rubs off. And he’s a great talent, a lot of potential.”
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