What is Daniel Dubois Net Worth ?
Daniel Dubois net worth: Daniel Dubois is a British young heavyweight champion with a %92 knockout ratio. At just 23 years if age, he has already announced his presence as one of the future legends in the boxing world. He has held unto the WBO, Commonwealth, and WBC silver International heavyweight titles since 2019.
Dubois is a hard hitter, which explains why he is capable of knocking out his opponent in the ring. He has won the national junior title and British tile , five times. He also owes his success to his promoter and manager Frank Warren who has trained and groomed him to become a world champion. We bring you thrilling facts about the career, and net with of the young heavyweight champ, Daniel Dubois.
Daniel Dubois net worth
Daniel Dubois net worth is $2 million. His primary source of income is from his boxing. He earned a reported $500,000 for his fight against Ricardo Snijders.
Net worth: $1.2 million
Full Name: Daniel Dubois
Date of Birth: September 6, 1997
Place of Birth: Greenwich, London, England
Nationality : British
Daniel Dubois, popularly known as “Dynamite”, was born on September 6, 1997 in Greenwich, London, England. His father is Dave Dubois and his younger sister Caroline Dubois is also a boxer who has represented Great Britain.
While growing up, Dubois was subject to bullying from his peers, this made his father to get him registered in a boxing gym the aim of helping him to stay out of trouble, back in South London. Gradually, he began developing the zeal and passion for boxing that he decided to go into boxing full time.
Under the tutelage of his trainers Tony and Martin Bowers, Daniel Dubois grew to become a formidable contender on the ring. His training ground was the Peacock Gym in Canning Town. While at the Gym, Daniel Dubois got involved in 75 bouts. As an amateur, he won two junior ABAs Plus the CYPs and also the English schoolboy titles. He also won the British Seniors which made him popular.
Dubois also competed at the European Youth Championships twice as a representative of England, and also winning gold medals at multi-nations in Brandenburg in Germany and in Tammer, Finland. He later left the amateur level and signed up with Frank Warren of Queensberry Promotions who became his manager as well as promoter.
Daniel Dubois turned pro in 2017 when he got his first bout as a professional involving Marcus Kelly who he defeated through knockout in the first 35 seconds of the first round. In his fourth bout against late substitute fighter Mauricio Barragan, Daniel Dubois, in the second round knockout Mauricio Barragan to claim the vacant WBC Youth heavyweight title. He later went on to defeat other prominent fighters like Aj Carter, Tom Little, Razyan Cojanu, Richard Lartey etc.
The most remarkable and memorial fight of Daniel Dubois was against Joe Joyce November 28,2020. Prior to this fight, Dubois had won 15 fights, 14 through knockout in 1 by decision. His fight with Joe Joyce will remain in the memory of Daniel Dubois for a long time, as it resulted in his first loss, and not only that he was brutalized and kept out of game for six months. Despite his hard punches, it looked like Daniel Dubois was in control until Joe Joyce began throwing hard jabs at Dubois which caused his left eye to swell. His last jab was on the already swollen eye of Dubois causing Dubois to go down on one knee, allowing the referee to count him out, resulting in his first loss as a heavyweight fighter.
Following the fight it was revealed that Dubois had suffered a broken left orbital bone and nerve damage around the eye. This ruled him out for six months. On his return to the ring, Daniel Dubois showed that he did not allow the defeat of 28 September 2020, to affect his focus. He did this by defeating Bogdan Dinu on the 5th of June 2021, to claim the vacant WBA interim heavyweight title in the process, which also made him a mandatory challenger for the regular WBA title which is currently held by Undefeated contender Trevor Bryan.
In total, Daniel Dubois has been involved in 17 fights, won 15 through knockout, won 1 through decision and finally lost 1. So far he has a very good record, and he has proven to be a world champ.
Daniel Dubois has signed an endorsement deal with top companies like Adidas, 32Red,