Young power-punching phenom Daniel Dubois returns to action Saturday to take on Trevor Bryan. Inside Casino Miami in Florida, the WBA (Regular) heavyweight title is on the line.
Sixteen of Dubois’ 17 wins have come by way of knockout since he made his debut in 2017. An English, British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion, Dubois faced Joe Joyce in November 2020. He lost all the gold against the experienced Joyce in the 10th after his eye was swollen shut.
Dubois has since rebounded, beating Bogdan Dinu and Joe Cusumano via knockout. The Cusumano fight was in August.
Bryan turned pro in 2011. He won the the interim WBA heavyweight title in 2018. Bryan became the “Regular” champion in 2021. Back in January, Bryan defended the belt against Jonathan Guidry, beating him via split decision.
MORE: Trevor Bryan vs. Daniel Dubois fight date, start time, card & odds for 2022 fight
The Sporting News has you covered with all the information you need to watch the fight on Saturday, including time, channel and fight card.
Bryan vs. Dubois takes place on June 11. The main card will start around 8 p.m. ET while the main event should begin around 11 p.m. ET. That will all depend on how long the undercard fights last.
In the U.S., you can watch via FITE.tv, while the action is on TSN in Canada.
Fans in the UK can watch Daniel Dubois vs. Trevor Bryan on BT Sport and stream the action on devices via the BT Sport app.
In Australia, viewers can follow the fight via Fox Sports.
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