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Dubois vs Joyce undercard announced!
Boxing Ring
It’s less than two weeks until the heavyweight clash between Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce takes place. Both boxers are unbeaten in their careers so far, and it will prove to be an exciting encounter in the ring. Billed ‘For the Fans’, the bout will be televised in a u-turn made by promoter Frank Warren, with the fight slated for November 28th. While the latest Dubois v Joyce odds favour the former, who boasts a record of 15 wins from 15 fights, and 14 of those by way of knockout, talk has since turned to the undercard. It’s set to be a tantalising affair, so let’s take a look at who else we can expect to see.

Jack Catterall vs Abderrazak Houya

Nicknamed El Gato, Catterall is certainly a wily cat in the ring. The former British light-welterweight champion, has also retained his WBO Inter-Continental light-welterweight title on nine occasions – with a professional record of 25-0 (13 KOs). He will take on the French-Tunisian Hoya, who has a record of 14-2 (2 KOs). Catterall has to be the favourite in their upcoming bout, and he’s also best-placed to take on Jose Ramirez for his WBO title. Should he overcome Houya, it’s believed that Catterall will challenge the winner of the Ramirez/Taylor unification fight.

David Adeleye vs Danny Whitaker

The London heavyweight must love a fight behind closed doors, as he will return to action for a third time this year. Adeleye is only 24 and has a 100% record so far in his professional career, 3-0 (3 KOs), having previously beaten Phil Williams and Matt Gordon in the BT Sport Studios. He wiped the floor with the latter, having spent the summer sparring with Tyson Fury. He faces a tougher opponent this time around, in Whitaker. The ‘Big Dawg’ has just come off the back of a points decision win, but lost out to Nick Webb in the back end of last year.

Hamzah Sheeraz vs Guido Nicolas Pitto

The Ilford-based youngster is highly-touted in the junior-middleweight division and since turning professional in 2017, Sheeraz boasts an admirable record of 11-0 (7 KOs). In November of last year, he won the vacant WBO European junior-middleweight title, also moving up into the top 15 of the WBO rankings with a knockout win over Ryan Kelly. He retained his title in his previous fight against Paul Keen and will look to defend it over the Argentinean. Pitto hasn’t fought for over a year, last losing out to the Polish Fiodor Czerkaszyn and has a record of 26-7-2.

Jack Massey vs Mohammad Ali Bayat Farid

And in the cruiserweight division, Brit Massey faces an eight-round test against a formidable opponent in the Iran-born Bayat Farid. The fearsome puncher hasn’t lost a bout since 2014, and is in some form, winning 12 bouts in a row, since drawing with Lambert Fogoum in Dubai. He boasts a record of 16 wins, all by way of knockout, while Massey was unbeaten in his professional career, until he took on Richard Riakporhe at York Hall in December 2019.


Cousin of Tyson Fury, Jack Frankham will look to continue his positive start to his professional career. He takes on MJ Hall in super-welterweight action. Louie ‘Loco’ Lynn is unbeaten in seven bouts and returns to action against Paul Holt, while finally Mitchell Barton makes his long-awaited professional debut. The heavyweight signed a deal with Frank Warren last year, but the 22-year-old’s opponent is yet to be revealed.


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