Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce

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Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce
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Saturday, November 28, 2020
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Fan Cards: Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce


scorecard by JONTAM23
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
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84
JOE JOYCE
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87


scorecard by RENE80
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DANIEL DUBOIS
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86
JOE JOYCE
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86


scorecard by POWERPUNCHER999
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DANIEL DUBOIS
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85
JOE JOYCE
10
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86


scorecard by CAPMAN
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
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86
JOE JOYCE
10
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85


scorecard by BLUE JUDGE
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
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84
JOE JOYCE
10
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87


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
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86
JOE JOYCE
10
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85


scorecard by TIBARIS
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
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86
JOE JOYCE
10
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85


scorecard by MIKE25
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
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85
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
10
9
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86


scorecard by MAGIC MAN
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
10
10
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10
9
87
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
9
9
9
9
9
10
84


scorecard by WIXON
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
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86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
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9
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85


scorecard by NF82
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
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85
JOE JOYCE
10
9
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86


scorecard by DEANISBLIND
Round
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Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
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9
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86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
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10
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9
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85


scorecard by SIEGEA
Round
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Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
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10
10
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10
9
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86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
9
9
9
9
10
10
85


scorecard by DIZZY
Round
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Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
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9
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86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
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10
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9
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86


scorecard by ULTRAKNUR4001
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
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84
JOE JOYCE
10
9
9
10
9
10
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87


scorecard by MINIMAXBOXING
Round
1
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Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
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86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
9
10
9
9
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10
85


scorecard by GOLD
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
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85
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
10
9
9
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10
86


scorecard by VC1088
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
10
9
10
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10
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87
JOE JOYCE
10
9
9
10
9
9
9
9
10
84


scorecard by NOCTISSOLID
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
9
10
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10
9
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85
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
10
9
9
9
10
10
86


scorecard by LUKASZRPB
Round
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
10
9
10
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10
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87
JOE JOYCE
10
9
9
10
9
9
9
9
10
84


scorecard by VLAMONZOB
Round
1
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Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
9
10
9
10
9
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84
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
10
9
10
9
10
10
87


scorecard by MBUCK
Round
1
2
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5
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9
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12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
9
10
10
10
10
9
86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
10
9
10
9
10
10
87


scorecard by TRRIG
Round
1
2
3
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5
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Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
10
9
10
10
10
9
9
86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
9
10
9
9
9
10
10
85


scorecard by HAGLERGOAT
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
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8
9
10
11
12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
9
10
9
10
9
9
84
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
10
9
10
9
10
10
87


scorecard by ADAMJO260
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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9
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12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
10
9
10
10
10
9
9
86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
9
10
9
9
9
10
10
85


scorecard by STINGEV98
Round
1
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3
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12
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
9
87
JOE JOYCE
10
9
9
10
9
9
9
9
10
84


scorecard by RAPID
Round
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Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
9
10
10
10
10
9
86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
10
9
9
9
9
10
85


scorecard by WILLIAMBOXING
Round
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12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
9
87
JOE JOYCE
10
9
9
10
9
9
9
9
10
84


scorecard by SCP23
Round
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4
5
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12
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DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
10
10
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10
10
9
87
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
9
9
9
9
9
10
84


scorecard by PETIEROACH
Round
1
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12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
10
9
10
9
10
10
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86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
9
10
9
10
9
9
10
85


scorecard by LEO MASTER
Round
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12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
9
10
10
10
9
9
85
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
10
9
9
9
10
10
86


scorecard by TOMMY_GUN04
Round
1
2
3
4
5
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12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
9
10
10
10
9
9
85
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
10
9
9
9
10
10
86


scorecard by METALHEAD123
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
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8
9
10
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12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
10
10
10
10
9
9
86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
9
9
9
9
10
10
85


scorecard by THEUNDEFEATED
Round
1
2
3
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5
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9
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12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
9
10
10
10
10
9
86
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
10
9
9
9
9
10
85


scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
Round
1
2
3
4
5
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9
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12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
9
10
9
10
10
10
10
10
9
87
JOE JOYCE
10
9
10
9
9
9
9
9
10
84


Comments

charliemason's picture

Very good fight this one, perfect opponent for both if they are serious about dismantling the top 3-4 in boxing. Also, hard to predict this one as I highly doubt either fighter has been dropped, and they have both shown to have very solid chins and both probably share similar power levels, SO FAR. Skill wise, I think Joyce is too predictable and slow for this level, whereas Dubois has more of a complete arsenal in his punch variety. However, in terms of stamina I’m not sure if I’m convinced by Dubois. Again, this is a really unpredictable fight but I think Dubois will be too fast and too complete for Joyce and about the 7-8 round, Dubois will land a series of shots on Joyce causing enough damage for the referee to TKO the fight. Really looking forward to this one!

Jarod Killian's picture

flip a coin. 50/50 fight imho

Credit where it's due, this is a risky fight for both of them and it's always great to see two contenders put their 0 on the line. Granted, at Joyce's age he needs to move quick anyway.

Personally I think Dubois has a fair bit more power than Joyce.

Definitely hard to predict. If I were Joyce, I'd just try to keep my nose out of trouble for the first half of the fight. I agree with champ, we need to see more of Dubois in later rounds. We've seen heavyweights bomb people out before and come unstuck when they can't judge the distance. Joyce likes to beat people by accumulation and I think this is the way for him to go. What's particularly interesting to see is what Joyce looks in a fight where he's underdog. I've got the feeling so far he's not been tested, knows he won't be tested and therefore not had to maximise his performance. This time, he knows he'll get knocked out if he doesn't bring his best.

If I had to stick my neck out I'd say Dubois will land a big shot and win by KO but I can't say that with any confidence.

Champion97's picture

Prediction.

Joyce is in his peak, Dubois's strength and stamina haven't peaked yet, Joyce is more experienced, fought Jennings, won an Olympic silver, had WSB fights, but I think Dubois has more potential. Joyce's output is very high, he's a great inside fighter, is stronger than Dubois, and Joyce is hard for any heavyweight to prepare for because he's unorthodox. Joyce is defensively poor considering he's well schooled, is a target for the right hand. Dubois has great technique, good fundamentals, is nimble, has a great working jab, uses it to bully his opponent onto the back foot, I don't think he's a good inside fighter, he leans, pushes, and I think his style is similar to Klitschko's, but he's more aggressive, throws combinations, attacks the body. Both have good chins, but based on the Jennings fight, Joyce can be hurt to the body. I think the key questions are if Joyce can pace himself and still be effective, and if Dubois can keep Joyce on the outside by using his jab and dictating the distance. I think styles favour Joyce, Dubois can't push Joyce back on his jab, can't throw more, can't win on the inside, or use his strength to nullify the inside.

I think Dubois will start faster, back Joyce up with his jab, land the right hand, and Joyce will struggle with his footwork. I think Joyce will be more aggressive in rounds 3-6, break Dubois's rhythm, close the gap, take the momentum, out work Dubois, Dubois will struggle with his variety and angles, Dubois will push him, but he will stay on the attack. Dubois will pivot off the ropes, land straight shots as he gets the distance back, Joyce will have to adjust his feet to sustain his pressure, will take the right to the head and the left to the body as he's coming in, both will be tired after 6 rounds, but Dubois more so, will have been made to fight at Joyce's pace, taken a lot of clean shots, and Joyce will come on even as his output dips. I think Joyce's output will get lower in the late rounds, it will be easier for Dubois to create distance, land his jab, land the right hand as Joyce backs up, that will take more out of Joyce, and Dubois will finish strong.

I think this will be a competitive fight, easily Dubois's toughest fight so far, but Dubois will win a UD.

MattDixon's picture

My prediction

This is an absolute banger of a fight and the perfect time for these two british prospects to collide and go to war

With dubois, I have been extremely impressed by his performances so far. Gorman was very hyped up and was a fan favourite pick to win the fight by many including me actually, but Dubois went in their and outclassed him in every realm. Power, speed, technique, footwork everything and gorman had no answer. May I just get a moment of silence for poor ebenezer Tetteh on the destruction of his soul writhing 2 minutes and then pushing the ref like he didnt want to be stopped. Then fujiomoto got destroyed in two rounds next up. A great fighter. However he is yet to be taken to deep waters and adversity of a high level.

For joyce despite how close his last fight was, I was impressed, he showed he could dive into deep waters with someone who's as tested as they come in Bryant jennings and prove he can swim. Especially considering he was very hurt early on by the body shots. Other than that hes proved to us that he had cardio for days and has a granite chin. The Jennings fight will be an experience that he will learn massively from a bit like when lopez had his learning fight before he fought and destroyed commey.

Breaking this down to boxing skill it favours dubois, he has shown cleaner technique and ability in his jab, footwork and how he sets up his combos. I think in the early rounds, dubois will come out explosive and try to outbox joyce and will be successful and potentially score a KD or 2 in rounds 3-6. However as the late mid/championship rounds come along, dubois will begin to tire and joyce will begin to take over and bully Dubois agaienst the ropes. Dubois will fade as time goes on.

I think joyce wins by late stoppage rounds 10/11

Guy Incognito's picture

There should be fireworks here. Both men have the ability to hurt each other, but Dubois is younger, fresher, faster and more skilled. Dubois should win by close decision, but I would not be too surprised if Joyce wins, or if the fight ends with a knockout.

MattDixon's picture

Wow, I go on this site as often as I used to as I cover a lot less boxing then what I used to, but I'm surprised to check this and see so many people picking Dubois and I'm the only one to pick joyce. I can see dubois winning, but I think joyce will pull it out

I just think Dubois will land an enormous shot at some point. Joyce shouldn't as big a betting outsider as he is but that bomb is coming for his head imo. It could get very interesting is Joyce manages to take things past the 8th but I don't think he will.

booperglooper's picture

Congrats, you know your boxing lol

Champion97's picture

Good lad Matt, spot on with that prediction.

I tend to think Dubois is a bit better than Joyce and I think he wins by Mid round KO

SalTnutZ1's picture

Wow...

Well well. Fair play and great call from Matt. Did Dubois quit there?

I know his eye was pummelled and he was struggling to see out of it but.....I'm not sure what to make of the end. Death by 1000 cuts. Fair play to Joe Joyce.

(I got 13/2 in play on Joyce KO when I saw the state of Dubois eye after about 4 rounds).

Champion97's picture

Rapid, this isn't the first time I've seen you take a special interest in whether a fighter quit, this is an interesting sport, there's plenty to analyse, nevermind whether a fighter quit, Dubois, Brook, Khan, are all warriors.

booperglooper's picture

Joyce completely broke Dubois down till Daniel couldn't take it no more. At 35 this was a must win for Joe and he did it in a spectacular way, fair play to him.

This reminded me exactly of the Kell Brook vs Errol Spence fight, down to a tee with the eye.

booperglooper's picture

I feel like this is like Tyson vs Douglas with Tyson having a nearly shut eye and being broke down personally

Champion97's picture

I was about to say the same about it being a must win, Dubois is very young for a heavyweight, he has bags of time, but if Joyce had lost this, it would have been hard to see where he'd have gone.

booperglooper's picture

Yep I agree with you on that. Problem though is that Fury is a terrible fight and Joshua has proved he can box(Albeit in a very basic way), he should take one more fight against maybe the winner between the Whyte vs Povetkin rematch and if he wins that fight, I guess you might as well put him in there

Disappointed in both guys.

Gold's picture

Disappointed by Joyce? We all knew he was limited but he made the best of what he's skilled at to win a fight he had to win. Full credit to Joyce from me.

How can you be disappointed with Joyce? I thought he fought a great fight.

He fought a brilliant fight, having a bout won with jab. What is dissapointing with his performance? :)

Champion97's picture

I knew Dubois couldn't bully Joyce with his jab, but I thought he'd use it to make Joyce take a step back, but Joyce dominated the battle of the jabs, that surprised me. Joyce's jab was key in the fight, he didn't need his usual output, so he was able to out work Dubois comfortably. Dubois was more explosive, had success when he quickened the feet and threw a combination, Joyce struggled with his speed, he was always trying to punch his way in with the right hand, his head movement is underrated, Joyce's basic defence is poor, but Dubois couldn't hurt him. Joyce used clinches, he had more strength, which might be about age as well as size.

I think Joyce broke the eye with a jab in round 4, Dubois showed a lot of heart, did 6 rounds with a broken eye socket, only a fighter who's fought with that particular injury has any business questioning Dubois's toughness, the response to Dubois quitting has been disgusting, from some fighters who would've lasted as long, but some who I think would have quit a lot earlier (Tom Little, Spencer Fearon). I think fighters use the psychological strategy of telling themselves they can't quit, which is fine if it works for them, but they can't apply the same policy to other fighters, because Dubois was wise to quit, he had two fractures in his eye socket, nerve damage, and retinal haemorrhaging, he could have gone blind, it was likely his concern for his permanent well being that made him quit, nothing to do with his heart, I think 90% of fighters who were in wars, but never quit, would have quit in Dubois's situation.

booperglooper's picture

I think a good matchup will be Wilder vs Joyce, as we can see whether Joyce's chin can hold up while seeing where he is really at

Gold's picture

Usyk vs. Joyce rematch from the amateurs would be interesting too

booperglooper's picture

I think so too, even though Usyk easily beat Joyce in the amateurs, it would be a really interesting fight cuz of how Joyce has developed. I still think Usyk will probably coast though and win a 116-112 type of decision as Usyk was never the kind of guy who had to interchange punches to win rounds.

Champion97's picture

There's a fight, I suppose it depends on whether the title is vacant next year, but obviously if Joshua or Fury has the belt, Joyce will have to wait.

booperglooper's picture

Well it looks like according to the post fight interview he wants Usyk. Don't know if that's gonna go well for him

Champion97's picture

Why would Usyk take this high risk a fight instead of sit on his ranking?

booperglooper's picture

Same, he might win, but it really won't do anything for his career

Champion97's picture

I haven't seen this fight yet, but I think Joyce beats Usyk based on this and Usyk's last performance.

booperglooper's picture

I think Usyk wins 116-112, I personally think Usyk fights on the level of his opposition similar to how Jacobs does(Don't even talk about the Rosado fight lol). Like I said in another post he might win a 116-112 type of decision, heck it could even be a MD for Usyk if Joyce comes well prepared, but I think Usyk has his number personally

Champion97's picture

I know Usyk's movement and accuracy is on another level to Dubois's, but what does the Chisora fight tell you about how well Usyk is adapting to heavyweight? If you agree he struggled with Chisora's size, he'd struggle with a bigger Joyce, who applies pressure, throws a lot more shots than Chisora.

booperglooper's picture

While it is true that he struggled with a guy like Chisora, I think he did better over the course of the fight overall. Also you must remember this was the first type Usyk has faced a really good heavyweight, and only his 2nd fight in the weight at that. I think he could improve and while he will struggle with Joe, he would know what it feels like to be in with a highly ranked heavyweight and he could pull it off. I think even if he gets a title shot he will lose to Joshua and Fury as well, so the Joyce fight won't matter. What do you think about a Joe Joyce vs Tony Yoka rematch from the Rio Olympic Games Final?

Champion97's picture

Good point, adaptation is very important, he was coming off a year out as well. In terms of how he reacts to the pressure of a bigger opponent, I agree he can improve, I could see him doing a lot of damage to the body against Joyce, and he might be able to carry more of his natural power as he adapts to his own weight, but he'll still lack power, he wasn't a puncher at cruiserweight, we'll see, whether he fights Joyce or not. Sorry, but I didn't see the Yoka fight, I can't comment on that.

Welcome to the site BTW, would you like to take part in the prediction competition?

It was a while ago, but Usyk whipped his ass in WSB which is basically a 5 rounder in something close to pro boxing style. I'm not saying the fight hasn't changed since then, but I still see him piecing up Joyce with left crosses, since Joyce largely fights in a similar fashion to how he did as an amateur. Definitely agree it is a risky fight Usyk wouldn't take when he has bigger matchups on the board though.

dizzy's picture

First impressions...

I'm really glad that Joyce won this, a lot of people were seriously sleeping on him basically because he did not pass the so-called eye test. I'm sorry, but an "eye test" from an untrained fan's eye is like testing a Java program by simply looking at the code. Joyce definitely lacks speed but he has really good fundamentals and underrated head and upper-body movement, he's especially good at rolling with punches. In this fight he showed everyone that, as of now, his in-ring IQ is superior to that of his opponent, he was slowly and gradually working Joyce with his slow but well-timed jab and occasional counter punches when Dubois got too close, and it eventually paid off as Dubois' eye was completely shut by the end of the fight. I don't want to take anything from Dubois though - this was a very competitive fight in which Dubois showed again just how talented he is, he's close to being a full package, but at this stage he still lacks experience, and his lack of quality head and upper-body movement did him no favors in this fight. I think Dubois has little to worry about unless the media labels him as a quitter for losing like that, which would be very unfair but unfortunately that can happen. A lot depends on his promoter, and I hope he won't give up like that on the young fighter. As for Joyce, he should waste as little time as possible on scheduling the title fight, he is 35 years old and this will probably be his only chance.

Never mind the media, did you hear what Carl Frampton and David Haye said? Absolutely scathing. I think it was a pretty bad injury but still.....you go out on your shield don't you? Especially in a fight he may well have been winning. Very close. Joyce hardly threw a power shot all night and Dubois wasn't 'hurt', just injured. He looked to me like he was struggling with the intense pain from the injury.

I have to be honest, I thought he quit.

Apparently Dubois has gone to hospital with suspected orbital bone fracture or potential nerve damage around the eye. This could potentially be career ending at the top level. What a sickener that would be for a young fighter with such potential. Wishing him a speedy recovery.

booperglooper's picture

I just hope that he won't be discouraged from this, not easy for a 23 year old young boxer to be called a quitter and actually want to box at a high level, we'll see if he has the mentality of a champ later

dizzy's picture

Well, that injury was not a result of a freak accdient, but a result of Joyce's work. And Dubois landed plenty of power shots, it's just that Joyce either rolled with them or partially blocked them with his arms. As to Dubois quitting, I think you've just answered your question yourself.

booperglooper's picture

This is crazy, one of the judges had Dubois up 8 rounds. While the other two had Dubois by 2 rounds and Joyce by 2 rounds respectively. Did the 1st judge also get his eye cut imao

Another absolute disgrace. I could have Dubois or Joyce up 2 no problem. It was that kind of fight. But 8 rounds? Insane. I get some boxers try to 'steal' rounds with just the jab but that Joyce jab was doing big damage all night long. Just look at Dubois' eye!

When are they going to do something about this terrible judging?

booperglooper's picture

Never, it's just the way boxing is, I feel like the cards need to be approved by an anonymous score or literally anything to prevent terrible scorecards like this. Only thing that could make this worse is if we used the amateur system of scoring...

booperglooper's picture

Nevermind I guess the source was inaccuarate. Now we got a picture of the actual scorecards. John Latham had it 7-2 (88-83) Dubois, Mark Lyson had it 5-4 (86-85) Dubois, and Victor Loughlin had it 3-6 (84-87) for Joyce. I still think 7-2 Dubois is terrible, idk what he was thinking.

booperglooper's picture

Nevermind I guess the source was inaccuarate. Now we got a picture of the actual scorecards. John Latham had it 7-2 (88-83) Dubois, Mark Lyson had it 5-4 (86-85) Dubois, and Victor Loughlin had it 3-6 (84-87) for Joyce. I still think 7-2 Dubois is terrible, idk what he was thinking.

MattDixon's picture

Just seen that one of the ringside judges had this scored 8-1 dubois at the time of the stoppage which might be one of the worst cards I've seen. They clearly wanted dubois to win and Warren was pissed afterwards. I can't remember what I had it scored but I think like either 5-4 or 6-3 Joyce. Suprised at how quickly dubois ran out of gas early on before he got a second wind in round 5.

MattDixon's picture

Just seen that one of the ringside judges had this scored 8-1 dubois at the time of the stoppage which might be one of the worst cards I've seen. They clearly wanted dubois to win and Warren was pissed afterwards. I can't remember what I had it scored but I think like either 5-4 or 6-3 Joyce. Suprised at how quickly dubois ran out of gas early on before he got a second wind in round 5.

Chris M95's picture

88-82 I believe it was on John Lathams card 7-2
Mark Lyspn had Dubois up by a point and Victor Loughlin had Joyce up 3