Who Hits Harder, Anthony Joshua Or Daniel Dubois?

Anthony Joshua vs Daniel Dubois

British heavyweights Anthony Joshua and Daniel Dubois are set to clash at Wembley in September, with Joshua vying to become a three-time heavyweight champion by challenging Dubois for the IBF title. Although Joshua has a chance to regain a portion of the crown, Oleksandr Usyk remains the recognized champion after defeating Joshua twice.

A victory for Joshua would be significant, potentially opening doors for bigger future fights. However, promoter Frank Warren, who represents Tyson Fury, believes Dubois will knock out Joshua, derailing any plans Joshua and Eddie Hearn have for facing the Usyk-Fury rematch winner. Warren asserts that Dubois, now 26, has matured and learned from his losses to Joe Joyce and Usyk, and is ready to shock Joshua on September 21.

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Many fans and analysts argue the opposite: that Joshua’s powerful right hand will find Dubois’ chin, ending the fight swiftly. Dubois was notably vulnerable to right hands in his previous bout when he stopped Filip Hrgovic for the interim IBF title, later being elevated to full belt-holder after Usyk vacated. If Joshua lands cleanly as Hrgovic did, it could spell the end for Dubois. Yet, Dubois is also known for his punching power, promising an explosive encounter.

Both fighters possess strong jabs, but stylistically, Dubois may be suited to Joshua’s strengths. Despite Warren’s claims, this observer believes Joshua holds the edge in firepower. The fight is expected to be thrilling, likely ending in a knockout, with a packed Wembley Stadium witnessing the action. My prediction? Joshua dominates within two rounds. Warren disagrees. What do you think?

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