Results / Photos: Harlem Eubank beats up Antin in London

04/01/2023 - By Wasserman Boxing - Comments

Kalle Sauerland says Harlem Eubank will be given the chance to prove his credentials as one of the “hot prospects” of British boxing, this year.

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The unbeaten super lightweight makes his highly anticipated return to the ring at York Hall on Friday, live and free-to-air on Channel 5 from 10pm.


  • Date: Friday, March 31
  • Start time:  2:00 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. BST
  • Main event ringwalks (approx): 5:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 p.m. BST
  • The fight will take place at York Hall, London, United Kingdom
  • Viewers in the UK can watch the fight live on Channel 5 from 10:00 pm,
  • The main card is set to get underway at 2:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. BST with the main event ringwalks scheduled for 5:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 p.m. BST.

Eubank headlines the Wasserman Boxing show, in association with Ladbrokes, Numan and Infinitum Entertainment, and plans on making a statement in front of a huge TV audience.

Sauerland has promised that the 16-0 Eubank will be moved through the levels throughout the year and would love to match the Brighton man with Newcastle’s world-ranked Lewis Ritson next.

British fight fans are also excited about the prospect of a title showdown with Dalton Smith, and Sauerland believes 2023 will be a breakthrough year for Eubank.

Head of Wasserman Boxing Global, Kalle Sauerland said: “We want to present new challenges for Harlem this year.

“Harlem is on the best possible platform for a young guy to be built on, live on Channel 5. He will have eyeballs on him, which brings extra pressure, but it will help in very big fights.

“Harlem has a tough fight in front of him on Friday night and he will be facing different types of opponents this year. People are projecting that Harlem Eubank is one of the hot prospects of British boxing, but he’s got to go through that fire in the ring. The good thing for Harlem is he’s doing it in front of millions of people.”

Sauerland added: “I’d love to make Lewis Ritson next; I think that’s a great fight.

“Dalton Smith is a talked about talent, like Harlem, and if that is ordered, we won’t shy away from it. But as a promoter I think we need to build both guys a bit more, for them to maximise that fight.”


    • First bell on Friday night is 19:00. 

      4 Rounds Super Welterweight contest 

      Jurrell Patterson – weigh-in tomorrow

      Vasif Mamedov – weigh-in tomorrow

      6 Rounds Super Welterweight contest 

      Lorenzo Grasso 157.4lbs

      Charlie Sheldon 153.14lbs

      6 Rounds Super Welterweight contest 

      Jake Henty 148.13lbs

      Petar Aleksandrov 151.7lbs

      6 Rounds Featherweight contest 

      Sophie Alisch 124.13lbs

      Gemma Ruegg 125.12lbs

      8 Rounds Super Welterweight contest  

      Abass Baraou 155.6lbs

      Ferenc Katona 156.1lbs

      4 Rounds Featherweight contest 

      Codie Smith 126.3lbs

      Luca Genovese 126.13lbs

      4 Rounds Super Lightweight contest 

      Jesse Brandon 140.1lbs

      Borja Lopez 142.15lbs

      6 Rounds Heavyweight contest  

      Matty Harris 261.3lbs

      Milos Veletic 262.6lbs

      10 Rounds Super Lightweight contest 

      Harlem Eubank 142.13

      Miguel Antin 146.3

      10 Rounds Super Welterweight contest 

      Harry Scarff 154.12lbs

      Jordan Dujon 156.9lbs

Here’s how you can watch all of the action, wherever you are in the world.

UK & Ireland

Undercard – IFLTV YouTube channel from 8pm (local time)

Main Card – live and free-to-air on Channel 5 from 10pm

Rest of the world

Full card – live on DAZN from 8pm