When you think about the professional boxing heavyweight division surely the first name that comes to mind is that of Tyson Fury, followed by Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua. Fury and Usyk hold all the heavyweight belts around, and Joshua, well he’s gearing up to take the fight to Usyk over the summer in what promises to be one of the best heavyweight bouts of the year. With that said, while you would think that there were no more heavyweight title bouts and belts to be had, Saturday will see two of the best underrated heavyweights right now, WBA Heavyweight Champion Trevor Bryan and Daniel Dubois go to battle with the WBA title out for grabs. Will the defending champion Trevor Bryan be able to defend his title and leave London with his belt intact or will Daniel Dubois get his moment with the gold?
Trevor Bryan, WBA Regular Heavyweight Champion, because yes, the WBA has a regular, super and interim heavyweight champion. When looking at Bryan, who carries a very respectable 22-0 record with 15 knockouts, you would think that we’re talking about one of the most effective heavyweights in the world right now, and while he has proven to be one of those amateur to pro success cases, with a very strong handed style of boxing where big punches and durability in the ring have always been two of the biggest selling points for his undefeated streak thus far, doubts still surround his rise to championship status.
If you are to look at Bryan’s record you would see that his road to becoming a champion has had him fight a plethora of former big-name fighters such as BJ Flores, Bermanse Stiverne and Jonathan Guidry, yet if you really look into it, none of those fighters were anywhere close to their tip top fighting shape or style, with Guidry maybe being the only real exception to that rule. Bryan, who is trained by Stacey McKinley, one of the best heavyweight fighter trainers in the sport, will be looking to put some real recognition to his name and championship reign by beating Dubois, even if his in-ring style can become a bit of a contradiction at times to what he has showed at points, especially when on defense, something that Dubois could definitely exploit.
Daniel Dubois on the other hand is the kind of fighter heavyweight boxing fans love to see. A heavy hitter who does not shy away from an all-out punch out, and who has proven once and over again that once he finds an opportunity he will definitely go for the knockout no questions asked. If you don’t believe that, just take a look at some of his videos and see why. Dubois has always been credited for being one of the more exciting fighters coming out of the UK in the heavyweight division and it’s easy to understand that while he is the challenger he is still seen as the overwhelming favorite to take the gold and continue on his path to challenge the biggest names in the division for even more titles and accolades.
If boxing fans are expecting this to be an equal and fair fight, think again. There is a reason Dubois is the favorite and the champion Trevor Bryan is the underwhelming underdog. It will not be an easy or pretty fight for Bryan who could most likely end up seeing Dubois leave with his title.
Trevor Bryan vs Daniel Dubois Fight Information
- Date: 06/11/2022
- Time: 7:00 PM ET
- Location: Casino Miami Jai Alai, Florida
- How to Watch Bryan vs Dubois: PPV
- Live Stream: Showtime PPV
Bryan vs Dubois Betting Lines
Dubois is –1200 according to our Vegas Boxing Lines. This means that if you wager $100 you have the chance to win $8.33. On the other side, Bryan is +650 according to the Vegas Boxing Lines. This means that if you wager $100 you have the chance to win $650.
The implied probability for these two teams attached to the betting lines have Dubois at a 92.31% chance of winning the game, meanwhile Bryan have 13.33% probability of finishing the game with the W.
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