Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Chuck Norris, Aug 2, 2021.
Dubois will knock him out in 4 rounds, I can't imagine any other outcome...
I'd love to see another upset, Cusumano beating Dubois (like we had on Saturday night with Rice-Coffie).
But I doubt it will happen.
Dubois will win in a few rounds, if that.
Good Lord. Is this a WBA "Interim" Heavyweight Title fight?
Where on earth is this Cusumano guy rated? He lost to a 44-year-old nobody one fight ago?
What a ridiculous opponent for Dubois. Once again.
At least he's staying active, I'll give him that. Joyce loss was a pretty bad one, I doubt his handlers are going to want to put him in with anyone who poses a real threat for a while, which is fine so long as he's fighting regularly.
Well he is moving forward I guess, Dinu was ranked #70, this opponent is #50
Dubois is domestic level. It’s just taking people a little time to realize it.
This fight is advertised as being on the undercard of the Jake Paul fight.....ffs a boxer is the support for a you tuber...whats the world coming to?!?!
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Jake Paul undercard tells you all you need to know.
I wouldn't say domestic level, he's already breached that quite comfortably. I'd reckon he's a new Chisora type guy where he'll essentially act as the gatekeeper to world level. Although Dubois does have youth on his side and definitely has the tools to become a lot more than just a British and Commonwealth champ (which is great to have achieved at his age no doubt).
When he goes through this next spate of higher and higher level journeymen I expect he could face the likes of Sirenko, Iallyev, Muhammad or whatnot for some European title. If not there's a lot of other undefeated prospects to match up against worldwide. He's got a workable future with some marquee fights if he seeks it. I'd love to see him against Otto Wallin at some point for some reason, I feel it would be a good test for both men.
I think he’s the new Duncan Dokiwari. Chisora’s a clear level better than him.
Terrible exaggeration on your part, he's already far surpassed Dokiwari. He's gotten legit titles in the British and Commonwealth, and he's beaten some decent names already in Gorman, Dinu, Johnson and Fujimoto. He's not world class of course but he's a good fighter no less.
He's 23...The way heavyweight develop sometimes he might not be in his prime for 7-10 more years. I know everyone is all over Joyce now, and rightfully so, but lets not write off a 23 year old with one loss in which his eye socket broke.