Third time lucky? Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce confirmed for November 28

Steve Bunce believes Dubois-Joyce is one of the riskiest domestic fights of all-time.

Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren has confirmed Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce will finally collide on November 28.

The two heavyweights had previously been scheduled to fight in the summer before being pushed back to October 24. After yet another U-turn by the UK government, boxing will continue to happen behind closed doors, something which has had a catastrophic impact on delivering big fights.

However, in a delightful surprise for fans, the heavyweight blockbuster will NOT be on BT Sport Box Office and instead will be free to stream for fans who have a BT subscription.

"It's the biggest domestic Heavyweight clash in years and it's testament to the character of both fighters that they are willing to step up and take the fight on even with all the restrictions and obstacles in their way," Warren said on his website.

"I'm delighted that Queensberry, BT Sport and the fighters were all willing to come together to make this happen and deliver big time for British boxing fans."It really is winner-takes-all," Warren continued. "In Daniel, you have a 23-year-old lad who most in world boxing consider to be the hottest young prospect in the Heavyweight division.

"If he can do to Joe Joyce what he's done to the 15 men that came before him, he'll be ready to go for a world title in my opinion.

Daniel Dubois (L) and Joe Joyce (R) are both undefeated at professional level
Daniel Dubois (L) and Joe Joyce (R) are both undefeated at professional level

"Joe might be a little older than Daniel, but in my books he's every bit as exciting a prospect. He has so much more experience than Daniel, as an amateur, that I'd be surprised if he doesn't go into the fight as many people's favourite.

"If Joe wins, then he'll be ready for world titles too."The promoter has made a bold prediction as to how he sees the fight unfolding.Nothing's changed from February when I first said I'd knock Joe out. It's a tough fight, he's a good fighter, but I'm looking to deliver another devastating performance and move on to fight for a world title.

"I'm just glad we can finally get it on. I know we've both been looking forward to it and I'm sure the British public are just as excited as we are for us to finally fight.

"Joe is going to find out just how explosive Dynamite really is."

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