Report: Daniel Dubois Makes Major Change To His Camp
Daniel Dubois has reportedly made a significant change to his camp after suffering the first loss in his pro boxing career.
Dubois last competed back in November 2020. He suffered a 10th-round knockout loss to Joe Joyce. Dubois took a knee after suffering an eye injury and failed to beat the 10-count.
The Daily Mail is reporting that Dubois has split from trainer Martin Bowers. The report notes that Dubois will now have Mark Tibbs as his trainer.
Queensberry Promotions’ Frank Warren said that Dubois isn’t rushing things after being defeated for the first time as a professional.
“He is not interested in social media, which is very good. He just wants to get on and fight. I met with him last week. He is not a braggart or a loudmouth and was quite philosophical. When he was caught, he said the pain was searing right through his head.
“He said it has happened and he has to get on with it. The pressure’s on him now, but it is not like he took a real belting or got knocked out. If he had been pulled out the round before, two judges had him ahead on their scorecard. We want to get him back out in late April or maybe May. All of us are very disappointed with what happened, but he is young and we are not going to rush him into anything.”