Daniel Dubois will be looking to bounce back from defeat in his last fight against Oleksandr Usyk when he takes on the unbeaten Jarrell Miller on 23rd December.
The fight is part of a packed card in Saudi Arabia, headlined by Anthony Joshua’s fight with Otto Wallin but also containing Deontay Wilder, Joseph Parker and Lyndon Arthur.
Here we pick out the crucial information for what is set to be a busy night of high-octane action, with a specific focus on the intriguing bout between Dubois and Miller.
The bout between Daniel Bubois and Jarrell Miller is due to take place on 23rd December.
The timings of the night’s boxing are yet to be confirmed but the undercard is expected to start at around 18:00.
The fight between Daniel Dubois and Jarrell Miller is set to take place at the Kingdom Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The arena only opened this year but has already hosted the fight between Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou.
Post Malone has also performed at the new venue, which is set to host Saudi Pro League games from next year.
It is also believed that Lionel Messi’s Inter Miami could play a friendly against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr at the arena in the early part of 2024.
The 'Day of Reckoning' card will be available live on DAZN as a pay-per-view event in the UK, priced at £19.99.
There are no belts on the line for this fight.
Daniel Dubois lost his WBA (Regular) heavyweight title last time out. Jarrell Miller is a former WBA-NABA interim and WBO-NABO heavyweight title winner.
Daniel Dubois has a professional record of 19 wins and two losses, with 18 of his wins coming by way of knockout and his two defeats also coming in the same manner.
The Londoner made his debut in 2017, getting a knockout win over Marcus Kelly and continued to rise through the ranks before beating Tom Little to win the English heavyweight title in 2018.
Dubois then beat Razan Cojanu in 2019 to take the WBO European heavyweight belt, winning the WBO Global heavyweight title just a month later.
Triple D then beat Nathan Goorman to take the vacant British heavyweight title before three wins in a row against Ebenezer Tetteh, Kyotaro Fujimoto and Ricardo Snijders respectively, winning the WBO International heavyweight and WBC Silver heavyweight titles in the process.
That set up a clash with Joe Joyce for the European heavyweight title, which Dubois lost.
He was on the comeback trail with wins over Trevor Bryan and Kevin Lerena, winning the WBA (Regular) heavyweight title in the former before facing Oleksandr Usyk in August.
Dubois had more success than many expected and appeared to knock down the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO and The Ring heavyweight champion.
But it was ruled a low blow, giving Usyk time to recover.
The Ukrainian came back to win the fight, with Dubois claiming he should have been victorious after the knock down.
Jarrell Miller has a professional record of 26 wins and one draw from 27 fights. 22 of those wins have come by way of knockout.
The American began his career in 2009 with a win over Darius Whitson before rising through the ranks amongst American heavyweights.
Wins in 2016 over Donovan Dennis and Nick Guvas respectively saw Miller take both the WBA-NABA interim heavyweight title and the WBO-NABO heavyweight title.
Victory over Bogdan Dinu in 2018 saw Miller’s star rise even further and he was scheduled to fight Anthony Joshua for the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles in 2019 before he failed a drugs test.
Joshua would go on to be beaten by Andy Ruiz in one of the biggest upsets in modern boxing history.
Since then Miller has fought three times, with his latest fight a knockout victory over Lucas Browne in March of this year.
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