Daniel Dubois ready to devastate Trevor Bryan – Ring News 24

Heavyweight contender Danial ‘Dynamite’ Dubois 17-1 (16) is ready to make a statement when he takes on WBA ‘regular’ title holder Trevor Bryan 22-0 (14) at the Miami Jai Alai Casino in Miami, Miami. Florida, June 11.

The 24-year-old Londoner is two fights away from his only loss to Joe Joyce by 10th round stoppage in November 2020. His last two wins have lasted less than three rounds combined.

“It was about time and I’ve been patiently waiting for a while,” former WBA interim champion Dubois said. Information about Unibet. “It’s been frustrating, so I’m happy to finally be able to do it.

“I will definitely go after him with controlled aggression, that’s what works. I want to go there to put on a boxing display and make a statement.

“I’ve been training almost non-stop, I’ve been in the gym and the other guys have been fighting and just working out but now it’s gone and I can’t wait to get out there and show what I am.

American Bryan, 32, won the secondary WBA strap for the first time against Bermane Stiverne in January 2021 with an 11th-round stoppage victory.

He defended the title once against the little-known Jonathan Guidry by split decision in January last year.

Dubois says he has grown as a fighter since losing to Joyce.

“Of course I’m getting older and age brings maturity and experience,” Dubois said. “I just have to learn from my mistakes. I have all the experience necessary to be successful now and it’s up to me to apply it, be myself and go out there and devastate it.

“We’ve been working on a few key things that we’re going to use in the fight and it’s all a work in progress. We have a game plan in mind, but it’s just about feeling it, really feeling it and I’m going to go for it and make sure I’m on it this time.

The Bryan-Dubois fight is promoted by 90-year-old Don King of Don King Promotions, who has worked with some of the best heavyweights of all time, including Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, George Foreman, Larry Holmes and Mike Tyson.

“No pressure, it’s in Miami and it’s the place to be. I can’t wait to get out there and put on a show. I’m not at all fazed by being the fighting away or at home, I’m just going to grab this opportunity with both hands.

“These names make you vibrate, you hear them and think ‘this guy is ancient and a legend of the game’. Now we’re doing business with him, it’s amazing. That’s how this world works.