CHRIS EUBANK JR met Manchester United stars at training and delivered a shirty message to Saturday's world super-middleweight title rival George Groves.
The Sussex hero, 28, unveiled a personalised, United No1 top as he prepares to fight WBC champion Groves, 29, in their hotly-awaited World Boxing Super Series semi-final at the Manchester Arena.
Then he posed with his special new shirt, bearing his name and where he expects to be at the end of the Series.
The get-together with United came after Eubank warned Groves' trainer to get the white towel ready this weekend to save his man from punishment.
The son of the same-named former world middleweight champion said: "‘All you have to worry about is having that white towel to hand.
"There is nothing George can do to stop me proving myself the best super-middleweight in the world.
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‘This will come down to who wants it most and I don’t believe George is willing to give absolutely everything to win.
"George will take the loss in his stride. Maybe go off into the sunset and spend some of the money I’m helping him make on a boat."
But Groves responded: ’I’ve not sacrificed so much to get to the top as the legitimate world champion here to take my eye off the ball now.
"But that’s Junior – cliche and a gimmick. I will do a proper number on him. He will blame his father."
Eubank claims dethroning the WBA champ will make him the best on the planet at the weight.
He said: 'This fight gives me the right to say I am legitimately the best super-middleweight in the world.
"This is just the beginning, this is collection season, I'm coming for all the belts."