The match will be held at Wembley Arena and will be shown exclusively live on ITV Box Office.
This will be Eubank’s second fight on ITV Box Office – the previous fight saw the 27-year-old from Hove claim his title after defeating Renold Quinlan back in February.
This time Eubank faces a different proposition in the 37 year old Abraham who previously held the WBO super middleweight title twice between 2012 and 2016 and has over 50 bouts to his name.
The event also sees a world class undercard including Lee Selby v Jonathan Barros; Anthony Cacace takes on Martin Ward for the British and Commonwealth super featherweight championship; Robbie Davies Jr defends his WBA continental belt against Michal Syrowatka; and Sheffield’s Kid Galahad takes on Jose Cayetano for the Vacant IBF Intercontinental Featherweight Championship.
The event starts at 6.30pm.
ITV Box Office is available to customers with a Virgin Media TiVo or V6 box. Viewers should press Home or On-demand from their remote and head to the live events option.
ITV Box Office will also be streamed live via PC, mobile, tablet, or Amazon Fire Stick on TVPlayer.
It’s priced at £16.95 for viewers in the UK and €19.95 for customers in Republic of Ireland.
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