IT’S no secret what Joe Joyce is going to do. He will march into you and let punches cascade down. Those hands might not be so quick, but they’re heavy and the engine powering them is unrelenting. Whether they hit your arms, your head or your body they’ll erode your defences, chip away at your resilience and resolve unless that is you’re quick enough to get out the way and stay out the way. Or you hit hard enough to repel Joyce. Otherwise you are in for a tough night.
That’s what America’s Bryant Jennings discovered on Saturday (July 13) on the Daniel Dubois vs Nathan Gorman undercard at the O2 Arena in London.
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