Rebuild continues: After defeat by Joe Joyce in Nov. 2020, heavyweight contender Daniel Dubois (17-1, 16 KOs) has said he’s naturally targeting the biggest statement possible as he returns to the US for another bout, this time against WBA (Regular) heavyweight champion Trevor Bryan.
With the WBA interim heavyweight title up for grabs next month, Daniel Dubois believes his professional career restarts again on June 5. Still only 23, there’s still promise surrounding Dubois’ trajectory – provided he irons out flaws shown during the Joe Joyce loss last November.
Joe Joyce (12-0) silenced his critics to end Daniel Dubois’ 15-0 unbeaten record with an abrupt tenth-round knockout victory at Church House in Westminster, winning five heavyweight titles – including the WBC Silver and vacant European strap – before calling out #1 ranked WBO mandatory Oleksandr Usyk (18-0) for a rematch that has been seven … Continue reading Joe Joyce beats Daniel Dubois via R10 stoppage, claiming five heavyweight titles
Joe Joyce (11-0, 10 KOs) described Daniel Dubois as a massive puncher, a powerhouse and a challenge he’s ready for, but stressed his confidence that more amateur experience will pay dividends on Saturday evening in their compelling heavyweight bout with titles on the line.
After the bout was postponed, rescheduled and repackaged on multiple occasions over the last seven months, we’ll finally have a definitive conclusion as heavyweights Daniel Dubois (15-0, 14 KOs) and Joe Joyce (11-0, 10 KOs) collide next week. Naturally, there’s plenty at stake for both.
Daniel Dubois ended 2019 with a brutal second-round KO of Japan’s Kyotaro Fujimoto to record his fifth win of the year, retaining his WBO International heavyweight title while earning the WBC Silver strap at the Copper Box Arena.
Daniel Dubois became the third-youngest heavyweight champion of all-time after an emphatic fifth-round knockout over fellow unbeaten compatriot Nathan Gorman defiantly silenced critics at London’s 02 Arena.
Talented young heavyweight Daniel Dubois extended his professional record to 11-0 (10 KOs) after an impressive fourth-round knockout victory over a spirited Richard Lartey, despite getting caught a few times with tough shots in an entertaining encounter.
There were big knockout victories for both talented 21-year-old Daniel Dubois and WBO intercontinental light-heavyweight champion Anthony Yarde on Friday night at the legendary Royal Albert Hall.
Sure, you can only beat what’s in-front of you. However, after blasting overmatched opponent Trevor Bryan with a fourth-round KO in Miami over the weekend as expected to capture the WBA’s (Regular) heavyweight title, Daniel Dubois and his team must now intensify his challenges if he’s to erase the Joe Joyce loss as little more … Continue reading After his R4 blasting win over Bryan, Dubois must now step up the gears again
Needless posturing about a prospective title defence against domestic rival Dillian Whyte next year by co-promoters Bob Arum and Frank Warren surrounding Tyson Fury’s homecoming has only served to shine a light on why The Gypsy King’s resume remains flimsy at the highest level – as well as why the bulk of the world’s best … Continue reading Fury’s camp posturing over Whyte title defence shows why the best often hibernate
With both men insistent on making big fights and an aim to eventually earn a heavyweight title shot, former WBO champion Joseph Parker is prepared to face Joe Joyce, per recent comments by his manager David Higgins. If they could agree terms, this would matchup #2 and #3 in the rankings for Anthony Joshua’s WBO … Continue reading Sure thing: Joseph Parker welcomes possible bout with title-chasing Joe Joyce