Daniel Dubois will take on Joe Joyce this weekend, with both fighters remaining undefeated heading into the match. The fight will be available to watch in the UK, and you won’t have to stay up until the early hours to watch it, either.
Both British fighters boast stunning records in their professional careers.
Dubois has won all 15 of his previous fights, with 14 coming by knockout.
Joyce, meanwhile, has had 11 previous fights, with 11 victories; 10 by knockout.
Dubois is 12 years younger than Joyce, but he’s already fought three more people in career.
Dubois vs Joyce UK start time: When is the ring walk for Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce?
Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has admitted that the fight could go either way.
It will ultimately come down to who wants it more on the night, he claimed.
“Joe’s a big strong unit, Juggernaut, get in the way he’ll run you over,” said the Gypsy King. “Daniel’s big and strong and youthful, fresh.
“They’re both capable of winning, they’re both capable of pulling victories out and they’re both capable of knocking the other person out.”
When is Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce
Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce will be taking place on Saturday November 28.
The fight will take place at Church House, Westminster, London.
What time are Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce expected to make their ring walk?
The full undercard will start at 7pm GMT, featuring Jack Catterall, Jack Massey, and David Whitaker.
Dubois and Joyce are expected to make their ring walk at around 10.30pm.
Dubois vs Joyce UK start time: Both fighters have an undefeated record
What channel is Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce?
The fight will the broadcast live on BT Sport 1 in the UK.
Coverage of the clash will be starting from 7.30pm.
Fans watching in the US can tune into the fight by watching ESPN+.
How to live stream Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce for free
Existing BT Sport customers can live stream the fight via the BT Sport app.
Additional streaming is available on the BT Sport website.
What has been said?
Dubois said: “It has been tough during lockdown, but I have ticked over and I’m back in the Peacock gym helping my sparring partners.
“Hopefully in the near future I will be able to get some good overseas sparring in. I’ll be ready, so I hope Joe is coming prepared.
Joyce said: “It was great news to get the new date so I can finally punch up Dubois.
“Obviously once lockdown started I had a good idea we wouldn’t meet in July, but I was always staying on top of training. Now gyms are open for athletes I can kick on and just keep my focus on the new date, finally settling the score with Dubois and moving on to a world title fight.”
This article was originally published on www.express.co.uk