SATURDAY’S (July 13) British heavyweight title fight between Daniel Dubois and Nathan Gorman receives deserved attention, praise and main event status because it is that rarest of things: a competitive, hard-to-call heavyweight matchup nobody expected to happen – at least not this early.
A break from tradition, its purpose is to not simply make money or cultivate a future rivalry but to instead give us answers – quick answers – and get to the heart of the matter. How very un-heavyweight division. How very un-boxing.
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