Dubois will walk into the fight as a heavy favorite; however, there’s lots of pressure on him to maintain his perfect record.The British heavyweight champion last fought against Kyotaro Fujimoto, and successfully retained the WBO international and won the WBC silver heavyweight title. Dubois and Snijders will headline the event behind closed doors.
Despite his major victories and multiple world titles, one major criticism has been the quality of Dubois’s opponents. The Briton has fought many inexperienced fighters and Snijders is certainly a level up from his previous competition.Ricardo Snijders has taken a lot of time away from the sport and hasn’t been fighting as regularly as Dubois over the past three years.
Snijders has lost one fight in the past, which was his first and only venture outside his home country. He suffered a shock loss to Joe Djeko in 2016 and has only fought one time since.Daniel Dubois is an extremely powerful fighter, and this will be a huge advantage going into the fight. Snijders has been floored in the past and will have to be extremely cautious.
There has been fears that Dubois’ fight with Joyce wouldn’t go ahead as it had been cancelledtwice during the pandemic, once in April and again in July.Fans can now look forward to pair squaring up against each other as the date for the fight has been confirmed for October 24, 2020.What time does Dubois vs Snijders start?
The ring-walks for the main event are expected from 10pm TONIGHT.
The undercard will start at 7pm, with our live coverage here on SunSport from 8pm.What live stream and TV channel is Dubois vs Snijders on?
The fight will be broadcast on BT Sport 1 with coverage starting at 7pm.
It will be live streamed on BT Sport’s website and app.
US residents can stream the fight via the ESPN+ app.
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Dubois vs Snijders: Undercard
Sam Maxwell vs. Joe Hughes, 10 rounds, junior welterweights
Sunny Edwards vs. Thomas Essomba, 10 rounds, junior bantamweights
Willy Hutchinson vs. Luke Blackledge, six rounds, light heavyweights
David Adeleye vs. Phill Williams, four rounds, heavyweights
Sam Noakes vs. Jordan Ellison, four rounds, lightweights