Daniel Dubois has looked fiery in the lead-up to his epic showdown against former Olympian Joe Joyce. The hugely anticipated match-up will take place on November 28 inside Church House, London. In what promises to be an exciting fight between two of the best heavyweight boxers right now, Dubois will look to send a statement with a win over the 35-year-old.
Earlier, in the lead-up, Dubois had claimed that he would finish Joyce’s career. However, he agreed that words were exchanged and he expects Joyce to come back stronger after everything is said and done.
Speaking to SecondsOut, Dubois stated, “I am sure he could come back again though. This is not necessarily. It could be the case of, words are said, you know, in the moment. This is a fight, so my intention and everything else is to go out there and destroy him. What will be, will be. I am 100% looking forward to going out there and rumble. Do my job.”
Dubois has been widely regarded as the brightest prospect in the heavyweight division. The 23-year-old has proved his mettle inside the ring with 15 straight wins to his name Additionally, he has an impeccable 14-1 knockout ratio.
Daniel “Dynamite” Dubois carries humongous power in his hands and has a slick boxing style to complement his fighting style. He is quick on his feet, and could well be the first boxer to hand a loss to the undefeated Joe Joyce.
Daniel Dubois is an excellent boxer. The young prospect has garnered a huge fan following and has become a fan-favorite for his fierce knockout power. However, Joe Joyce is no different. While Joyce is less experienced in the professional circuit, he comes to the ring with a credible amateur experience that has seen him scale the heights of the Olympics.
“The Juggernaut” is on an 11-fight win streak and will look to derail Daniel Dubois’ hype train. However, it is easier said than done. Joyce will have to fight a calculated game inside the boxing ring in order to triumph over the young boxer. Be that as it may, Joe Joyce will have a significant edge over ‘Dynamite’ in terms of general boxing experience.