Brighton’s undefeated Harlem Eubank is set to take his next big step.

He is lined up to top the bill in a huge domestic clash with highly-ranked British rival and former WBA International Super Lightweight champion Tom Farrell.

The York Hall show will be free to air, live on channel 5, tomorrow, following the England v USA World Cup group stage match.

Eubank had been scheduled to fight on the undercard of his cousin Chris Eubank Jnr and ‘Born Rival’ Conor Benn at the O2 in October before the show was cancelled after Benn flagged positive on two anti-doping tests for prohibited substances.

Harlem has produced some stunning performances on route to this headline clash with Farrell, including a spectacular KO of former Commonwealth champion Sean ‘Masher’ Dodd.

He said: “Topping my own show feels like a huge moment, the next phase of my career is pushing towards the top of the division and showing the world what I can do.

“Success is when preparation meets opportunity, and I’m just looking seize every moment inside the ring.”

Liverpudlian Farrell will provide plenty of fresh questions for Eubank to answer, with both fighters brimming with confidence off the back of wins in their last bouts.

Farrell said: “He’s undefeated and he’s promoted by Wasserman, so there’s a lot of pressure on him now.

“He’s going to be scared to lose his undefeated record, and I’ve got the experience on him with the number of rounds I’ve banked during my career.”

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