LIVE Daniel Dubois vs. Dinu Live Stream Full Fight FREE Tv Channel

by LIVE Daniel Dubois vs. Bogdan Dinu Live Stream Full Fight FREE Tv Channel
Published: June 5, 2021 (2 weeks ago)

Heavywieght prospect Daniel Dubois returns to action today, looking to rebound from his first career loss as he takes on veteran Bogdan Dinu. Daniel Dubois vs Bogdan Dinu: Date, UK start time, FREE live stream, TV channel, and undercard for heavyweight fight.





The heavyweight champion Daniel Dubois is looking confident to knockout Bogdan Dinu in tonight’s fight at Telford International Centre. Both the fighters would eye on claiming the vacant WBA interim heavyweight title. Apart from the title, the boxers will take home handsome money from the bout. According to the fight contract, Daniel Dubois vs Bogdan Dinu purse payouts will be split 60:40 in favour of the British boxer.

Dubois vs Dinu Live Coverage Details

The bout between Dubois vs Dinu will take on Saturday, June 5 and the coverage of the event to begin at 7 pm BST. The main event fight is expected to start at around 10pm.

The rest of the show, to be kind, is not … very good. Tommy Fury is in action, as are some other prospects, with nary a good matchup on paper among the lot. But we’ll be here. Sometimes prospect matchups go sideways, you never know. Also, what the hell, why not? What else am I doing?

The fight will be shown live on BT Sport 1 while BT Sport subscribers can watch Dubois vs Dinu live stream on its app using smart tv, pc, mobile and tablet devices.

The 23-year-old is back in the ring after suffering an eye injury in the last bout against Joe Joyce. He is confident to bounce back against an opponent who is eleven years older than him. Experienced Dinu will walk in the ring with 20-2 record including 16 KOs.

British boxer is all set to earn a guaranteed purse of £750K from the fight while his opponent Bogdan Dinu’s guaranteed purse is £300K excluding the share of the revenue from the PPV sales.

Main Card (PPV, 2:00 pm ET)
Daniel Dubois (15-1, 14 KO) vs Bogdan Dinu (20-2, 16 KO), heavyweights, 12 rounds
Tommy Fury (5-0, 4 KO) vs Jordan Grant (2-0, 0 KO), light heavyweights, 4 rounds
Nathan Heaney (11-0, 3 KO) vs Iliyan Markov (6-14-2, 3 KO), middleweights, 10 rounds
Caoimhin Agyarko (8-0, 5 KO) vs Ernesto Olvera (11-6-1, 3 KO), middleweights, 8 rounds
Liam Davies (8-0, 3 KO) vs Stefan Slavchev (11-38-2, 4 KO), featherweights, 6 rounds
Adan Mohamed (1-0, 0 KO) vs Luke Fash (2-59-2, 0 KO), featherweights, 4 rounds
George Bance (debut) vs Jordan Ellison (11-33-2, 1 KO), welterweights, 4 rounds

The criticism aimed at Dubois after the Joyce fight felt incredibly harsh, especially after the extent of his eye injury was revealed.

He will no doubt have those stinging words fresh in his memory this weekend as he aims to get back on track with the sort of emphatic performance that previously appeared to have him well on track for the top.

Dubois cannot afford another slip-up and will be eager to provide a reminder of his formidable knockout power against an opponent in Dinu who is experienced but was handled by the likes of Pulev and Miller.