Daniel Dubois enters the most important fight of his career to date with a professional record detailing 17 wins against one defeat, with 16 victories scored inside the distance and one KO/TKO loss. The spare was inflicted by Joe Joyce in London back in November 2020 in a bout that saw the Juggernaut win convincingly, scoring a 10th round stoppage.
Since that shocking defeat to Joyce, Triple D has only been seen fight twice. He blew both of his opponents out the water within the first rounds. After eliminating Bogdan Dinu in Telford, he made his American debut last year in Cleveland. He won the fight by a TKO in the first round over Joe Cusumano, proving his talents to an entirely new audience.
Fight fans in America have seen only a small glimpse of Dubois’s abilities, but Dubois has an action-packed style that is sure to appeal to Americans. He has lightning speed and knockout power in both hands, so we expect him to be a real fans’ favourite, and at just 24 years old, he has time on his side and will only get better.
Fitness Remains a Concern
The main worry for Dubois backers is their man has fought less than three competitive rounds since being taken out in 10 by Joyce. He is a victim of his own power and hasn’t yet gone the 12-round distance, so his stamina and fitness remain a doubt. He is unable to stand against an opponent who can take his power, and then come back fighting. The Joyce defeat provided the solution to this question.
Managing the terrifying power of Dubois, as well as his speed, skill and work pace, is not an easy task. It takes skilled operators like Juggernaut. We must question Bryan’s ability to perform at this level. This is not what we believe and support Dynamite Dubois winning this within the first six rounds.
Only one winner will be chosen when DDD has found his range and is able to unleash his power shots. Although the young challenger is expected to perform well, his average KO shows that he can be dangerous from the first bell. The constant fear of losing his fight will be DDD’s downfall.
Trevor Bryan will face Daniel Dubois. Prediction
Trevor Bryan, an unbeaten champion with more experience than his opponent and has knockout power. The Englishman will throw his weight at Bryan, and Bryan will try to survive the storm. He knows that the longer the fight continues, the better chance he has of winning the title defense.
Bryan enters with a 22-0-0 record with 15 KOs already marked on his card. He stopped Bermane Stiverne in round 11 – the first man to take a prime Deontay Wilder the distance – and nicked a split decision against Jonathan Guidry earlier this year. Bryan is worthy of the title and a step above what Dubois was facing in recent times.
If the champion is able to take the bout to the second half, and begin to assess the opponent’s fitness, then he can easily win an upset. He must keep his defense strong in the first six rounds. It takes effort, concentration and a great deal of focus to do that.
Dubois is going to start quickly, trying to land his big shots. We’re not certain the champion can handle it when he does, which we expect he will. DDD is an aggressive finisher and doesn’t give opponents second chances.
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Trevor Bryan vs Daniel Dubois Information Fight Trevor Bryan vs Daniel Dubois Promoter Don King Promotions Location Casino Miami Jai Alai, Miami, Florida Date and Time Saturday 11 June, 06: 00 EST How to watch BT Sport