Boxing Tonight: Usyk vs. Dubois – Live Results

By Michael Collins - 08/26/2023 - Comments

Oleksandr Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs) retained his IBF, WBA & WBC heavyweight titles with a brilliant ninth round knockout over Daniel Dubois (19-2, 18 KOs) on Saturday night at Tarczyński Arena in Wroclaw, Poland.

Dubois dropped Usyk with what the referee ruled a low blow in the fifth round, which had him down for almost five minutes. Some would argue that it was a fair punch, but the referee saw it as a low blow.

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“I’ve been cheated. That was a win tonight,” said Dubois.

Usyk came storming back to drop Dubois in the eighth & ninth rounds. In both cases, Dubois took a knee. In the ninth, Dubois was counted out.

After the fight, Dubois complained about being cheated out of a knockout in the fifth from the belt-line shot. ESPN’s Tim Bradley saw it as a clean belt-line shots.

The live Boxing results will be shown below of tonight’s Usyk vs. Dubois card from Wroclaw.

Undercard Results: 

  • Denys Berinchyk WON UD 12 Anthony Yigit
  •  Hamzah Sheeraz WON TKO 2 Dmytro Mytrofanov
  • Daniel Lapin WON TKO 6  Aro Schwartz
  • Fiodor Czerkaszyn LOST 8  Anauel Ngamissenguel
  • Ziyad Almaayouf WON 4 Janos Penzes
  • Bryce Mills WON UD 6 Damian Tymosz
  • Vasile Cebotari WON TKO 6 Joel Julio
  • Rafal Wolczecki WON TKO 3 Roberto Arriaza
  • Nursultan Amanzholov LOST TKO 1 Lazizbek Mullojonov

Daniel Dubois (19-1, 18 KOs) will be attempting to “rip” the IBF, WBA & WBO heavyweight titles from champion Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) in their highly publicized contest at the Tarczyński Arena Wrocław in Wroclaw, Poland. This is Dubois’ big moment to try and dethrone Usyk and prove his many doubters wrong. Usyk – Dubois broadcast will be shown LIVE on ESPN+ beginning at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. P
Usyk has a ton of pressure on him tonight, needing to win to potentially set up a bout for the undisputed championship against WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in January in Saudi Arabia.

Of course, that will also depend on whether Fury is able to negotiate the fight because if he asks for a king’s ransom, the Saudis will balk, leaving him less-paying options against whoever his management can dig up for him.

Dubois would like to be the one to face Fury in Saudi Arabia, as it would be an easier fight to make potentially.

“No chance, I’m going to be tunnel vision,” said Daniel Dubois to iFL TV about the huge crowd of Ukrainians that will be attending the fight tonight in Wroclaw, Poland, to watch Oleksandr Usyk defend his heavyweight titles.

“We’re dragging a few out here. We’ve got a little army. We’ve got a small army. That’s good,” said Dubois when told that David Haye is picking him to defeat Usyk tonight.

“David Haye had to do it a few times on the road, so this is it. Anything to win, go through him. Body, anything I see, I’ve got to hit. That’s the name. I’ve got to live it up,” said Dubois about his nickname, ‘Dynamite.’

“Really, this is my moment, this is it. I’m serious; I’m ready to fight. No message for him. It’s on, let’s go. Tune in to watch,” said Dubois about his message to his UK boxing fans about tonight’s contest against the unbeaten Usyk.

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