Chris Eubank


Chris Eubank is a British world champion boxer and sports speaker with a number of infamous boxing matches under his belt; embarking on his career in his late teens he was at his most prominent in the 1990’s, during which he remained undefeated middleweight champion for ten years.

He has been called upon to appear as a boxing speaker and event host at numerous sporting events and functions, and has showcased his presenting talents on both his own talk radio show and as a TV presenter on breakfast television. Eubank’s distinctive voice and strong personality led him to be one of Britain’s most easily recognisable sporting personalities; his long standing and successful career along with this aforementioned personality make Chris Eubank an incredibly popular boxing speaker at sporting events across the country.

Since retiring from boxing in the late 1990’s Eubank has remained in the public eye as a celebrity sportsman, TV personality, boxing speaker and sports commentator and has appeared in adverts for various well known British brands including Nescafe, Royal Mail and McVities.

Outside his career as a boxer and sports speaker Eubank has been heavily involved in various charitable organisations including GamCare, a gambling support charity for which he is ambassador and the breast cancer charity ‘Breakthrough’. Eubank has also been an outspoken anti-war activist and has been arrested and cautioned for breaching the peace. Eubanks little peculiarities make him an incredibly entertaining boxing speaker, his work as a TV personality have also afforded him a great deal of material which to share as an inspirational speaker at any sporting event.

To book Chris Eubank as the boxing speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

When at corporate events, Chris is known to cover the following topics:

  • Boxing Speaker
  • Sports Speaker
  • Sporting Success
  • Overcoming Adversity