Dubois Prefers Joshua Beat Usyk: “One Suits Me More Than The Other”

Daniel Dubois Hoping to Fight Anthony Joshua as Unified champion

Daniel Dubois eyes match-up with Anthony Joshua
Anthony Joshua (L), Daniel Dubois

Daniel Dubois Hopes That Anthony Joshua Prevails Over Oleksandr Usyk!


When last in the ring, heavyweight Daniel “Dynamite” Dubois (18-1, 17 KO’s) placed a mighty big feather in his cap. The UK bruiser pulled this off by stopping Trevor Bryan in an emphatic one-punch fourth round knockout. With the win, Dubois became the Regular WBA heavyweight champion. Clearly this was big in and of itself, yet this all but officially puts his sole professional loss to Joe Joyce behind him.

“It worked! He didn’t see it coming and that shot came out of nowhere and these are the shots that you don’t see that hurt you the most. Well, here we are again, I’m world champion!”

PULLING FOR THE HOMETOWN FIGHTER

As is to be expected, now the question becomes: what’s next for Dynamite? Of course, he would love to face the winner of the upcoming duel between unified heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk and two-time heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. Yet, if given his choice, Dubois makes it very clear that he’d prefer to dance with his countryman.

“Definitely [I would want Joshua]! They’re all good fighters but the attributes that I bring in and Joshua are similar, we know each other. Usyk is a skillful fighter, not going to say nothing like he can’t beat anyone, but it’s just one fighter suits me more than the other.”

Only time will tell who prevails in the Joshua versus Usyk match, but clearly we all know who Dubois will be pulling for. Yet, no matter who comes out on top, 3Kings Boxing will be here to report the news!

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By: Bakari Simpson

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