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Dubois Ready To Rise: I Want To Get To The Top of The Division!
Just over a year ago, Daniel Dubois turned professional with Frank Warren after a handful of senior amateur bouts. Now, 20-years-old, the 6-0 Greenwich giant says he's accustomed to life as a pro. "It's getting a bit of a formality really. But I'm learning, growing and just getting better," he said on Bunce's Boxing Hour. "I never go into the ring overconfident. Anything can happen in a fight, so I'm always ready." On February 10th, he takes on Kent's DL Jones, who is unbeaten in nine fights. Looking forward, the domestic scene at Heavyweight is thriving with a number of interesting match-ups to be made in the future. "It's a very lucrative division," Dubois added. "I definitely want to be climbing up the ranks and getting to the top of the division."READ MORE
Golovkin’s Promoter Breaks Down Latest on Canelo Rematch
There were some mixed messages sent out last week after it was erroneously reported that the rematch between IBF, IBO, WBA, WBC middleweight champion, Gennady Golovkin (37-0-1, 33 KOs) and Mexican superstar Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez (49-1-2, 34 KOs) had been finalized for May 5th. But as of now, a deal has not been consummated. Golovkin and Canelo went to a twelve round split draw last September at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The contest was a big financial hit on HBO Pay-Per-View, with over 1 million pay-per-view purchases, according to the promoters. "If (Gennady) agrees to everything then I don't expect it long after that. I mean, we've been negotiating, we could've had the fight done a week after the first fight but we've been negotiating now for almost four months. Golden Boy Promotions President Eric Gomez, who represents Canelo, believes the contest will get finalized. The hope is that the rematch can be finalized and announced before the end of January. "I've never given a deadline that seems to be a reasonable time frame, if it's not announced by the end of January then there's some issues," stated Loeffler. If a deal is not reached, for whatever reason, WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders is keeping a close eye on the situation, as he wants to face either boxer.READ MORE