In a recent interview, Daniel Dubois expressed his confidence in facing Oleksandr Usyk and ending his reign as the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.
Dubois, a rising heavyweight prospect from the UK, has been making waves in the boxing world with his impressive record of 16-1, with 15 knockouts. He believes that he has what it takes to beat Usyk, who is widely regarded as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world.
“Your reign is over, Usyk,” Dubois said. “I’m coming for you. I’ve got the power, the speed, and the boxing IQ to take you down. You might be a great fighter, but I’m the future of the heavyweight division.”
Usyk, who recently defeated Anthony Joshua to become the undisputed heavyweight champion, has yet to respond to Dubois’ challenge. However, many boxing fans and experts believe that a fight between the two would be highly entertaining and could potentially shake up the heavyweight division.
Dubois has been on a winning streak since suffering his only professional loss to Joe Joyce in November 2020. He has since rebounded with two consecutive knockout victories and is looking to take on bigger and better opponents.
If a fight between Dubois and Usyk does happen, it would be a huge opportunity for Dubois to establish himself as a top contender in the heavyweight division. Usyk, however, is known for his technical skills and ability to outbox his opponents, so it would be a challenging fight for Dubois.