If there was one man ready to touch upon Chris Eubank Jr being knocked out, it was Conor Benn.Though the pair’s potential struggle is probably not in jeopardy, Benn couldn’t resist a dig at Eubank given their current again and forths.A little bit of background – Eubank and Benn had been set to struggle at a catchweight. It was snowballing into one of many greatest fights of 2022, capturing a mainstream viewers largely as a result of their fathers’ ring rivalry within the nineties. Benn failed a doping take a look at, and that was all she wrote.Ever since – and as Benn desperately tries to clear his title -Eubank has taken each alternative to place the boot in, a lot to followers’ delight.Eubank was open about nonetheless wanting the struggle sooner or later, however he needed to cope with Liam Smith first – and he couldn’t. The Liverpudlian shocked the boxing world by stopping the ‘unstoppable’ Eubank within the fourth spherical. It wasn’t only a cautious stoppage from the referee both – Eubank was positively gone.One of many first individuals to pipe up on-line was – you guessed it – Conor Benn. First off, the undefeated welterweight, who’s presently below investigation for the doping fails, shared an previous clip of Naseem Hamed calling for Eubank to retire. The ‘Prince Naz’ recommendation is well-used in on-line boxing circles, and Benn clearly had it within the financial institution ought to the struggle prove this fashion.Oh man, @chriseubankjr it’s a superb job you didn’t struggle me. You’d final two rounds at 160. 🥱 😴 pic.twitter.com/5wtdE0HHGn— Conor Nigel Benn (@ConorNigel) January 21, 2023Benn shared one other clip of his Dad laughing as he mentioned ‘it wouldn’t have gone previous two.’Conor Benn on Instagram after watching Liam Smith knock out Chris Eubank Jr…[📽️ @ConorNigel] pic.twitter.com/9j4PhR6C0E— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) January 21, 2023It’s a giant setback for Eubank to climb again from, and whether or not or not the need to take action is there stays to be seen. Whether it is, may Benn be ready for his shot? Or has the so-called ‘greatest struggle in boxing’ simply been put to mattress?