Dubois vs Snijders LIVE RESULTS: Maxwell vs Hughes fighting NOW, 10pm ring walk time – stream FREE, TV, latest updates – The Sun
DANIEL DUBOIS returns to the ring tonight as the young heavyweight sensation faces Ricardo Snijders.
DDD will fight Joe Joyce later in the year in an all-British affair, with tonight's bout hopefully shaking off the lockdown ring rust.
- Ring walks: 10pm (main event)
- TV/Live stream: BT Sport 1/BT Sport app, EE customers watch FREE
- Live results: Maxwell vs Hughes (in progress)
Follow every hook, jab and upper-cut with our live blog below…
Joe Hughes' mouthguard flies out.
Short breather for the two fighters.
Thrilling contest this, a real ding-dong battle.
Maxwell with a big right hand over the top.
Boxing at range he is causing Joe Hughes some real problems now.
Can he convert this purple patch into a win?
Maxwell putting plenty of hard work into this scrap.
Not always landing clean shots but throwing plenty of industrious left hands.
Also landing with a solid right in the fifth round.
Definitely the aggressor as it stands and should be in front on the scorecards now.
Both fighters giving it their all.
Not afraid to exchange in the centre of the ring.
The bell goes after the fourth round.
Not sure I would want to be scoring this one…
MAXWELL vs HUGHES
Liverpudlian Sam Maxwell is currently fighting Joe Hughes.
The pair look to have shared the opening two rounds in their WBO European super-lightweight clash.
The third has just finished and Maxwell has a small cut under his right eye.
Could it prove problematic in this ten-round encounter?
He probably edges it two rounds to one.
BIG D DELIVERS!
We have already had one fight on tonight's undercard.
David Adeleye took his record to 3-0 with a third round TKO against Phil Williams.
An impressive performance from the 23-year-old with Williams usually hard to shift.
EVENING BOXING FANS!
Daniel Dubois steps into the ring for the first time since December in Stratford at the BT Sport studios tonight.
DDD faces Ricardo Snijders who has an impressive 18-1 record.
Dynamite is expected to win ahead of his long-awaited showdown with fellow Brit Joe Joyce.
Twice Covid-19 has scuppered the heavyweight pair's efforts to get it on.
But now Saturday October 24 is the chosen date as boxing fans hope it is third time lucky.
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