Warren: I Think Daniel Dubois Gets Back in The Mix Soon

Daniel Dubois is preparing for a return to past glory on the heels of the lone loss of his career. The young prospect suffered a double eye fracture in a 10th round knockout defeat to countryman Joe Joyce (12-0, 11KOs) in their battle of unbeaten British heavyweights last November at Church House in Westminster, England.

The generally low-key Dubois (15-1, 14KOs) has remained on the sidelines allowing the healing process to set in and for the medical experts to determine when he is once again fit to fight.

The team behind him is in full agreement, once his health is fully restored.

“Dubois has now seen two specialists. He saw one for the orbital bone. The other is the eye specialist, to get the all clear,” Frank Warren, Dubois’ Hall of Fame promoter told BoxingScene.com.


“If he is back in training if he’s sparring and so forth, we’d like to get him back in May. They just want to get straight back in. He doesn’t want to be hanging around. They are of the mindset that whatever happened, happened.”

“He’s very philosophical. He’s not being a crybaby about it, making excuses Whatever happened, happened. It was the excruciating pain he’s been in. It’s done there. He’s a young man and is ready to move on.”

“I think he gets back in the mix rather quickly, providing there’s no after-effects from the injury,” believes Warren. “We know he can punch. He was just badly vision impaired and had the terrible problem with the nerve.”


“But once gets the all-clear from these specialists, it’s back to business as far as he is concerned.”

“I will come back…get back to my boxing, iron out all my imperfections,” vows Dubois. “Trust me, I will be back with a vengeance.”

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