The top young heavyweights in British boxing Daniel Dubois vs Nathan Gorman are set for a huge collision. They are about to square off at the O2 Arena on July 13. Most of the bookies consider the fight 50/50. Yet, our Dubois vs Gorman predictions and betting tips go for the technically gifted Gorman to win on points or with a KO in late rounds.
The two undefeated heavyweights have a chance to make a real statement in the division. They will put their unbeaten records on the line for a vacant British heavyweight title. Online sportsbook news sites in the UK expect the two rivals to bring an explosive night for the boxing fans. The fight will feature one heavy handed boxer against another slick and tricky fighter.
The fight can easily go either way with a 50/50 chance between two world heavyweight prospects, looking forward to go global. According to our Dubois vs Gorman predictions and betting tips, Dubois can come out victorious if he finishes off Gorman early with a KO. Should Dubois fail to get an early stoppage, Gorman will be able to devastate and outbox Dubois.
Gorman is too quick and smart for Dubois
The current WBC Silver International champion Nathan Gorman, 22, is about to have his biggest fight in pro career. The Nantwich boxer (16-0, 11 KOs) believes he has the edge, and he has all the answers for Dubois’ tactics. Gorman stands at 6ft 3ins tall and has a reach of 185 cm. His opponent Dubois enjoys size advantage, standing at 6ft 5ins and 196cm. However, the incredible speed that Gorman has can save him from Dubois’ heavy hands.
Gorman who turned pro in 2015, did not have the amateur career that Dubois had. Despite that, many see Gorman too quick and smart for Dubois. Gorman is technically gifted, and he is tricky and has a deceptive power. Should he stay long and disciplined in the ring, he can outbox Dubois with 37/20 odds at Unibet Sportsbook.
Dubois fought less than Gorman in his pro career
The young Londoner Daniel Dubois, 21, turned pro in April 2017. He is undefeated but he fought less than his upcoming opponent. Dubois has a record of 11 wins, with 10 KOs. However, Dubois already has the WBC Youth, Southern Area, English, WBO European and Global belts on his name.
Online sportsbook sites in the UK consider Dubois the stronger puncher than Gorman. Dubois has a ferocious power, he knows how to punch, and he has a great jab. Should Dubois let his punching power hurt Gorman, he can finish the match early, according to our Dubois vs Gorman predictions and betting tips. If you think that will likely happen, place a bet on Dubois with 2/5 odds.
The card will also feature unbeaten Olympic silver medalist Joe Joyce (9-0) vs Bryant Jennings (24-3). To see all Dubois vs Gorman predictions and betting tips, including the odds of the undercard fights, check out our review about Unibet Sportsbook.