Trevor Bryan defends his WBA Heavyweight ‘regular’ title against former interim champion Daniel Dubois in Miami this weekend.
Bryan, 32, is undefeated in his 22 professional bouts with 15 KOs to his name, but is considered the underdog against British fighter Dubois. The winner will take on the victor of the upcoming world title eliminator between Hughie Fury and Michael Hunter on July 2nd.
Saturday’s heavyweight title clash will be Dubois first fight in almost a year following a decisive first round victory against Joe Cusumano in August, whilst “The Dream” overcame Jonathan Guidry via split decision in January.
American Bryan labeled Dubois a ‘quitter’ in the lead up to the fight, a reference to the Londoner’s decision against Joe Joyce in November 2020 to take a knee and be counted out after he suffered a horrific eye injury.
Read Boxing Social’s full fight preview of Bryan v Dubois and find out everything you need to know below.
How can I watch Bryan v Dubois?
For US fans, the fight is available to stream for $30 on pay-per-view.
UK fans will require a subscription or monthly-pass to BT Sport.
Where is Bryan v Dubois?
The fight takes place at Casino Miami Jai-Alai in Miami, Florida.
What time does Bryan v Dubois start?
The main card is set to begin at 2pm ET in the US and 7pm BST UK time, with ring walks scheduled at 6pm ET and 11pm BST.
All times are subject to change.
Bryan v Dubois fight card
- Raynel Mederos v Ryan Wilson – Super Lightweight
- Luis J. Rodriguez Fernandez v Derrick Evans – Super Middleweight
- Ahmed Elbiali v Dervin Colina – Middleweight
- Tre’Sean Wiggins v Travis Castellon – Welterweight
- Johnnie Langston v Isaiah Thompson – Light heavyweight
- DaCarree Scott v Jonathan Guidry – Heavyweight
- Daniel Dubois v Trevor Bryan – WBA ‘regular’ Heightweight title