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Joe Joyce: “I’m on a higher level than Dubois”

Undefeated British heavyweight Joe Joyce believes that the postponement of his fight against Daniel Dubois from April 11 to July 11 will play it just at hand. According to 34-year-old boxer, he wins young opponent at the expense of skills and experience.

“This is a big failure. The match was postponed after I had a great training camp in Las Vegas. Everything was on schedule, everything was perfect, but then I had to fly from the US, since we thought that because of the coronavirus will stop flying. And then the fight was paused. In terms of psychological games, I believe that to his advantage. My attitude and experience will help me deal with this.

Fight with Dubois can start with logging. We are both excited with anticipation. However, when I get rolling, it will start to use his Boxing skills and raise your level. I’ll be on a higher level than Dubois.

It would be strange to fight without spectators. However, early rounds of major European tournaments among Amateurs often set in massive arenas where there are only coaches and family members. So I don’t get used to it,” said Daniel Dubois portal Sky Sports.

Recall, Joyce said that he could fight with Anthony Joshua.