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Is Anthony Joshua Ducking Dubois? Fans Demand British Heavyweight Showdown!

Forget waiting games and calculated career moves – Anthony Joshua, according to boxing kingmaker Frank Warren, needs to face the most fearsome challenger out there, and that challenger is knocking on his door.



Anthony Joshua


Joshua is on track to fight the victor of the highly anticipated Usyk-Fury rematch in December. But before that grand showdown, he's got a September clash at Wembley Stadium with a yet-to-be-determined opponent. Enter Daniel Dubois, the heavyweight phenom fresh off a thunderous knockout of Filip Hrgovic.


Dubois' camp is making their case loud and clear: this British battle between two heavy-handed titans is the fight the fans crave, the fight that'll set the boxing world on fire. Joshua's promoter, Eddie Hearn, has hinted at other contenders – Joseph Parker and Zhilei Zhang – but the buzz surrounding a Dubois showdown is undeniable.


"He's a former champ, but he's not on the rise anymore," says Warren of Joshua. "This is the fight that matters. Daniel's the young lion, hungry and ready. Everyone expects Joshua to win, but that just adds spice to this clash!"

Dubois: From Question Marks to Exclamation Points!

The 26-year-old Dubois has silenced his doubters with a string of dominant performances. Past criticisms of his fighting spirit after losses to Usyk and Joyce seem like a distant memory. His recent victories showcase a fighter reborn – mature, powerful, and with a knockout punch that speaks for itself.


"He gave Usyk his toughest fight as a heavyweight," Warren declares. "He's learned, he's grown, and he's ready to take the crown. Wembley Stadium needs a main event that sizzles, and this British slugfest is the hottest ticket in town!"

Warren, a seasoned boxing figure, believes in Dubois' potential. He acknowledges the contributions of both Don Charles, Dubois' current trainer, and Martin Bowers, his previous trainer, in shaping the young fighter's talent. With a potential title shot looming, Dubois is poised to make his mark on the boxing world.


 Will Joshua answer the call and face the rising star? The boxing world waits with bated breath for the answer.

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