Newly crowned British Commonwealth and European heavyweight champion Joe Joyce has made his wishes clear about his next move. 35-year-old Englishman Beat His compatriot Daniel Dubois in a fascinating fight. When the fight was finally over due to the count-out Dubois Descended from Joyce with a vicious jab. After the fight, Joyce seemed to have her moment well lit.
In a post-fight interview, Frank Warren posed the question of what’s next for ‘Juggernaut’. And while his promoter is still answering, Joyce Oleksandr mocked Usik with a Ukrainian stamp. Usik went viral for the unique way of representing Derek Chisora in front of them Fight; Joyce captured the moment and, in the usual Usic manner, called out to him.
Joe Joyce and Olexander Usik Mind Games have already begun pic.twitter.com/rf3mMFyEla
– Boxing on BT Sport on (@BTSportBoxing) November 28, 2020
This is a fight that happens to a lot of people after a Daniel Dubois match. However, no one knows who will win the fight and who will face Usik. In the end, Joyce used her experience and chose the young war apart.
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History of Joe Joyce and Alexander Usik
Joyce has a history with the Ukrainians on an adventurous level. If the two meet later, it will be a welcome rematch for Joe Joyce. Before the Dubois fight, he expressed his desire to make the rematch happen, and it looks like it is on the horizon. When they meet, Usik defeats ‘The Juggernaut’ World Series Boxing, And Joyce sees revenge for it.
Whether or not that fight is for the title is a completely different and complicated matter. The two have a real chance to fight for the World Heavyweight Championship if they meet in 2021. And at age 35, it could be the last legitimate world title shot Joe Joyce can get; When the division is full of so much talent.
Who do you think Joyce will fight next?
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