WBA orders Trevor Bryan vs. Daniel Dubois

The World Boxing Association has ordered a heavyweight clash between Trevor Bryan and Daniel Dubois.

Dubois’ promoter – Frank Warren, has initiated the fight to be ordered so Daniel could get his hand on the WBA “Regular” World title.

Carlos Chavez, the WBA’s Championships Committee Chairman, issued a ruling that immediate negotiations for a Bryan-Dubois fight, with it taking place within 180 days of the Bryan-Guidry contest. That means it must take place by July 28.

Dubois (15-1, 14KOs), 24, suffered his only career loss to Joe Joyce (13-0, 12KOs) in November 2020, winning two fights since. He knocked out Bogdan Dinu in two rounds for the WBA “interim” title (no longer in existence) and then stopped Joe Cusumano in one round last August.

The WBA’s No 3 and No 4 heavyweight contenders, Robert Helenius (31-3, 20KOs) and Hughie Fury (26-3, 15KOs), have also been matched in an eliminator with the same July 28 deadline.

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