The mysterious case of Chris Eubank Jr’s oven-ready deal baffles fans … while Dominic Cummings calls again to regain control, but this time he’s advising Nate Diaz of MMA!
- Perhaps this generation’s enduring heirloom will be used to reheat leftover curry
- Dominic Cummings stopped criticizing Boris to become an adviser to MMA stars
- He suggested that Nate Diaz should build a trilogy fight with Conor McGregor.
There are icons, images and artifacts that, over time, define the place of a sport in time.
Could something better symbolize the blurred lines that once separated boxing and showmanship than the four Beatles at the end of Muhammad Ali’s right hand?
Is it any wonder that the sweat of The Greatest is drenched in some of the sport’s most treasured memories? In 2014, the gloves from Ali’s first heavyweight title fight were sold at auction for over £ 600,000.
Chris Eubank Jr’s Mysterious Missing Signed Microwave Case Is Baffling Numerous Fans
Now, the struggle to embody this era. Will history be written by a star of YouTube’s invasion of the sport or a fading hero flirting with danger one last time?
Or maybe the enduring heirloom of this crazy generation will be used to reheat iced tea and leftover curry.
For the uninitiated: This past Saturday, Chris Eubank Jnr returned to the ring in Newcastle. During fight week, fans got close to the 32-year-old. Some asked for selfies; one asked Eubank to sign a microwave. The fighter agreed.
Dominic Cummings has stopped criticizing Boris to become a mixed martial artist advisor
All the fun and games until this Thursday when Eubank revealed that the microwave was already on eBay. The middleweight agreed to match the winning bid “and give the money to a charity of (his) choice.”
That sparked a war to break any deck. Within a few hours, the signed device was approaching £ 66,000 (plus £ 30 postage, of course). “Well that escalated quickly,” Eubank wrote.
And then on Friday morning, another twist in the story. The microwave disappeared. The bond was broken, and suddenly a poignant, if quirky story took a rather mysterious turn.
He tweeted to Nate Diaz (right), suggesting he build a trilogy fight with Conor McGregor (left).
Sportsmail, Eubank Jnr and eBay sought to investigate why. But really this required the most unlikely sage of fighting sports. It appears that Dominic Cummings has taken a break from beating up his former employer to become a consultant for Mixed Martial Artists.
This week, Cummings tweeted Nate Diaz, suggesting he build a trilogy fight with Conor McGregor from outside the UFC.
It was not lost on Cummings supporters that the Brexit mastermind was again advocating for someone to leave to take (regain) control.