Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce face off this weekend in an eagerly-awaited heavyweight showdown.
The British rivals were originally scheduled to go head-to-head in April before rearranged dates in July and October also had to be scrapped due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Both fighters have been in warm-up action recently – Joyce took out Michael Wallisch in July while Dubois claimed an easy win over Ricardo Snijders in late August.
The two fighters are eyeing world title shots further down the line and first, all eyes will be on their heavyweight clash.
Dubois vs Joyce: Fight details
- This fight will take place on Saturday, November 28
- It will take place at Church House Westminster in London, a Grade II listed conference centre in Westminster, with no fans in attendance
- The undercard will get under way at 7pm
- The main event is slated to start between 10pm and 11pm
Dubois vs Joyce: How to follow
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Dubois vs Joyce: Full card
On the undercard, Hamzah Sheeraz (11-0-0, 7KO’s) will defend his WBO European super-welterweight title agains Guido Nicolas Pitto (26-7-2, 8KO’s).
Jack Catterall (25-0-0, 13KO’s) will take on Abderrazak Houya (14-2-0, 2KO’s) in a 10 round super-lightweight contest, while David Adeleye faces Danny Whittaker (4-1-0) in a heavyweight showdown.
- MAIN EVENT – Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce (for British, Commonwealth and vacant European heavyweight title)
- Jack Catterall vs Abderrazak Houya
- Hamzah Sheeraz vs Guido Nicolas Pitto
- Jack Massey vs Mohammad Ali Bayat Farid
- Louie Lynn vs TBC
- David Adeleye vs Danny Whitaker
- Joshua Frankham vs TBC
- Mitchell Barton vs Matt Gordon
Dubois vs Joyce: What has been said?
Daniel Dubois: “I’ll be ready to go for sure.
“It has been tough during lockdown, but I have ticked over and I’m back in the Peacock gym helping my sparring partners.
“I’ll be ready, so I hope Joe is coming prepared.”
Joe Joyce: “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.
“I’m just keeping my focus on the new date and finally settling the score with Dubois and moving on to a world title fight.”