The previous middleweight champion is at the moment serving as a police marshal in Louisiana
Chris Eubank Sr. posted a quite odd video of himself on Twitter in entrance of a automotive crash working as a police officer in America again in December 2018.
The previous world middleweight champion entered into the realms of regulation enforcement throughout his tour throughout the US as he lectured on peace.
The 52-year-old was made a licensed regulation enforcement marshal, working with members of regulation enforcement in Opelousas, Louisiana.
Eubank toured the Deep South, giving lectures on how one can ‘peacefully defuse troublesome conditions’.
The Brit posted a video on his personal Twitter account on the scene of a automotive crash while carrying a multi-coloured bow tie along with his badge and uniform.
He captioned the submit: “Sergeant Eubank proudly on responsibility in Louisiana. All warriors defend and serve, whether or not one wears a badge or not.
Within the video he says: “That is merely a automotive crash – doesn’t look too dangerous, no accidents, however I don’t have a rain coat like the remainder of the officers, however that’s okay.”
Eubank would continuously put on a police sheriff badge when he attended his son’s fights and sparring periods as he vowed to guard and serve the boxers within the ring.
What’s Eubank so far? Effectively, the previous middleweight appeared on Piers Morgan’s Life Tales on Thursday evening.
Eubank broke down in tears as he recalled the struggle that just about killed opponent Michael Watson in September 1991.