The third eldest son of boxing great and former WBO super middleweight world champion Chris Eubank, Sebastian, has been found dead in Dubai, where he has lived for the past few years. This tragedy happened only a few days before his 30th birthday and shortly after the birth of his son.
His father confirmed the news to Britain's The Sun. "I never even thought I would write these words or feel what I feel now after I lost my son. My family and I are broken after the news of Sebastian's death, just a few days before he was supposed to celebrate his 30th birthday," said Eubank, adding, "He was a thinker who loved to acquire and test new knowledge.
Everyone who knew him loved and appreciated him." More details of the tragic event, except that it was drowning, are not known. Eubank worked in Dubai as a personal trainer, but also an advocate of a healthy lifestyle, but he continued to train.
He originally went with his father and brother Chris to boxing, where he successfully did two matches. Last year, he successfully made his MMA debut, and in his public appearances, as well as posts on social networks, he revealed that he intends to lead both careers in parallel.
Chris Jr. on his brother's death
His boxing brother very successful Chris Jr. said goodbye to him with a touching post on Instagram. "My brother Sebastian Eubank was a special man… a righteous man… who always put others before himself."
"A man of many talents, boxing, MMA, poetry, music, coaching, cooking the list goes on but the most important thing to him was helping others less fortunate than himself & that’s what I admired most about him."
"I haven’t cried since I was 12 years old… yesterday I cried the whole day. I’m sorry I wasn’t there to watch your back like a big brother’s supposed to." "Can’t believe you’re really gone man but you’ll always be in my heart, mind & spirit & now your legacy will live on through your beautiful newborn son & I will treat him like my own.
Watch over us until we meet again young lion. "And to everyone out there reading this right now DON’T take ANY of your loved ones for granted. See them, speak to them, check up on them as much as you possibly can because you just never know if that one time will be the last time. Love you bro"?