CITYMATTERS.LONDON 19 February - 03 March 2020 | Page 9 SPONSORED ARTICLE subscribe to our newsletter at citymatters.london NO LOVE LOST: the two rivals will face off at the 02 in a hotly anticipated bout. Unstoppable force collides with an immovable object Daniel DUBOIS DUBOIS (14-0, 13KOs) has been widely touted as the future of heavyweight boxing and, at just 22 years old, has already collected nine belts since turning professional in 2017. He is the 6’5” reigning British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion and will put it all on the line on April 11. Explosive, ruthless, yet quietly charismatic outside of the ring, this grenade from Greenwich is hotly tipped to become Britain’s next superstar in boxing’s marquee division and is already highly ranked by the world governing bodies. When he hits, even previously unbeaten opponents stay hit and the end of a fight is inevitable. Never shy of a shootout, his trading of bombs with the relentless Joyce has all the makings of a classic, and he will put it all on the line on 11 April. UNBEATEN British heavyweight titans Daniel ‘Dynamite’ Dubois and Joe ‘Juggernaut’ Joyce collide on 11 April at The O2, London. Sports fans and pundits nationwide are struggling to pick a winner in one of the most eagerly anticipated heavyweight fights in recent years. This is not just the Best of British, Dubois and Joyce are the two most prominent up and coming forces in the world of heavyweight boxing and the winner of GO TIME: it’s Dubois versus Joyce. this forthcoming showdown will earn global recognition and place himself at the forefront of the world title waiting list. Presented by Frank Warren’s Queensberry Promotions, and on a show appropriately named ‘Seek And Destroy’, the winner will be in prime position to challenge for a world title in the near future. Unstoppable Force vs Immovable Object. Power vs Power. Undefeated vs Undefeated. Do not miss it! Tickets on sale now through AXS.com Joe JOYCE JOYCE is the more experienced man of the two men fighting it out. He is a 6’6” undefeated behemoth of a man with a record of 10-0 (9 KOs). Joyce’s vast amateur accolades include a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Following his outstanding amateur success story, Joyce jumped on the fast track in the professional ranks and quickly set about entering the world title mix. A swarming force of a fighter, the Putney giant claimed the Commonwealth crown in his fourth fight and slayed former world champion Bermane Stiverne three fights later, followed by former title challengers Alexander Ustinov and Bryant Jennings. Joyce is a man on a mission and standing in his way is a hungry young heavyweight called Daniel Dubois.
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