BBBofC, Commonwealth, WBC Silver and WBO International heavyweight champion Daniel Dubois is just days away from stepping inside the ring to take on Joe Joyce, but the British boxer has already etched out his aim after the match.
The fight, which was originally slated to be held back in April, is now scheduled on 28th November at the Church House in London which will see Daniel Dubois (15-0, 14 KOs) defend his belts against Joe Joyce (11-0, 10 KOs), while both the pugilists having a shot at the vacant European heavyweight title.
However, for Dubois, who seeks a daunting victory no matter what against Joyce, looks forward to rising through the heavyweight pecking order in the near future and to contend the biggest names in the division: “more fights, more belts and more money.”
I’ll bring my A game: Daniel Dubois
Speaking to ESPN, Dubois recalled his nascent days into the sport and the inspiration he received from his father.
“When I was probably six years old, my dad came along to watch me train,” the 23-year-old said in the interview, “he would tell people about me and say I was going to be heavyweight champion of the world one day.”
It took Dubois just three years to clinch the British, Commonwealth, WBC Silver, and WBO International belts since his professional debut against Marcus Kelly on 8th April 2017 at the Manchester Arena.
While he indeed looks forward to success following the Joyce bout, Dubois is no less of completely focused on Saturday’s faceoff against his compatriot.
“I look at one fight at a time. This is a top fight, and I’ll bring my A game,” Dubois further added, “I’m looking forward to putting on a show,”