28 November 2020 14:36
Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce will clash at Church House, Westminster in London this weekend. They'll be fighting for the British, Commonwealth, European and WBC silver heavyweight titles. Dubois and Joyce both have stunning professional career records. Dubois has won all 15 of his previous fights, with 14 coming by knockout. Frank Warren believes all eyes should be on Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce tonight, rather than Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr, although the boxing promoter admits he won't be able to stop himself tuning into the latter.
It truly is a heavyweight night on talkSPORT: we'll bring you live coverage of Dubois vs Joyce as the pair, both promoted by Warren, finally meet in a British title bout following months of anticipation. Frank Warren 3 Dubois vs Joyce is one of the most exciting all-British fights in years While that fight has very real ramifications for the heavyweight division, pitching two of its most promising challengers against one another, a different sort of bout takes place later on Saturday night as 'Iron Mike' returns to the ring for an exhibition against Jones Jr. BT Sport 3 Tyson and Jones Jr have got themselves into fine shape for their comeback fight "And he's fighting a guy who was a legend in Roy Jones Jr, he's a fantastic fighter and he actually won the world title. Dubois vs Joyce, on the other hand, represents two fighters at the total opposite end of their careers. Frank Warren 3 Warren promotes for both Dubois and Joyce While Joyce is 35, his career is very much on the up having only turned pro aged 31, winning 11 fights since – ten by knockout. The young contender has won all-but one of his 15 fights by knockout, so there is the potential for fireworks when the pair meet tonight.
Thankfully both fighters have since delivered negative tests and the fight looks set to finally take place at last. Both fighters were last in action during the summer, with Dubois breezing past Ricardo Snijders with a second round knockout in August and Joyce enjoying a similarly straightforward win against Michael Wallisch back in July. Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce - where and when This much-anticipated fight is set to take place this Saturday at the iconic Church House in Westminster, London. Watch Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce online from outside your country If you're intent on watching Dubois vs Joyce, but find yourself away from home then you'll run into problems when trying to stream your domestic coverage online from abroad as it's likely to be geo-blocked. David Haye believes Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce will serve up a heavyweight thriller tonight.
BT Sport's night of heavyweight boxing action tonight begins with Daniel Dubois v Joe Joyce on BT Sport 1 from 7:30pm. Tyson v Jones Jr. will be live on BT Sport Box Office from 1am and can be watched on BT TV, Virgin TV, Sky, online via the web or the BT Sport Box Office App. To order both fights visit btsport.com/boxing D aniel Dubois and Joe Joyce meet in a keenly-anticipated all-British heavyweight bout tonight. The London duo will finally step into the ring at Church House in Westminster after multiple delays in a fight that has captured the imagination of boxing fans across the country. The 23-year-old has won all 15 of his professional contests so far, including 14 knockouts - many of them fit for the highlight reel. But tonight's opponent Joyce is an experienced campaigner and superior operator to anyone Dubois has faced so far, having reeled off 11 straight victories - including 10 KOs of his own - since turning pro at the age of 31 following a glittering amateur career that included an Olympic silver medal in 2016 and Commonwealth and European gold. Dubois will be defending his British, Commonwealth, WBC Silver and WBO International heavyweight titles in the capital, while the vacant European belt is also on the line in a fight that comes just hours before boxing legends Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr collide in their exhibition contest in Los Angeles. How to watch Dubois vs Joyce TV channel: Unlike Tyson vs Jones Jr, Dubois vs Joyce is NOT being shown on pay-per-view. Instead, the fight will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate, with coverage of the undercard beginning at 7:30pm GMT. Live stream: BT Sport subscribers can stream the fight via the website or BT Sport app.