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Full undercard for Trevor Bryan vs. Daniel Dubois heavyweight title fight

We take a look at what to expect from the full card as Trevor Bryan faces Daniel Dubois in a heavyweight title bout on Saturday, June 11.

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Daniel Dubois fights Juan Carlos Rubio in their heavyweight bout during a Showtime pay-per-view event at Rocket Morgage Fieldhouse on August 29, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio. Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images

Don King Promotions is hosting a notable, albeit slightly secondary heavyweight title bout in a PPV on Saturday, June 11. The card will feature eight total bouts and it is topped by Trevor Bryan defending his WBA regular heavyweight title against Daniel Dubois.

The event will air on at 8 p.m. ET, live from the Casino Miami Jai Alai in Miami. It’s available for purchase for $29.99. Along with the main event, there will be two other title fights on the card. Johnnie Langston will face Isaiah Thompson for the NABA cruiserweight title while Travis Castellon will defend his NABA welterweight title against Tre’Sean Wiggins.

The 32-year-old Bryan won the interim title against BJ Flores in August of 2018 by third-round TKO. He was inactive until 2021 when he returned to claim the WBA regular title from Bermane Stiverne via 11th round TKO. He faces a 17-1 Dubois who has been working his way back from a November 2020 loss to Joe Joyce. Since then, he claimed the WBA’s interim title with a second round knockout of Bogdan Dinu.

Dubois is a sizable -1600 favorite to win at DraftKings Sportsbook. A Dubois stoppage is the heavily favored winning method at -550. Tyson Fury and Oleksandyr Usyk hold the real belts in the division, but any major organization heavyweight title still carries some cache.

Full Card for Trevor Bryan vs. Daniel Dubois

  • Main event: Trevor Bryan vs. Daniel Dubois, 12 rounds, WBA Heavyweight Title
  • Dacarree Scott vs. Jonathan Guidry, 10 rounds, Heavyweight
  • Ahmed El Biali vs. Dervin Colina, 10 rounds, Light Heavyweight
  • Johnnie Langston vs. Isaiah Thompson, 10 rounds, Cruiserweight
  • Travis Castellon vs. Tre’Sean Wiggins, 10 rounds, Welterweight
  • Ian Green vs. Anthony Lenks, 10 rounds, Middleweight
  • Luis Rodriguez Fernandez vs. Ryan Adams, 6 rounds, Super Middleweight
  • Raynel Mederos vs. Ryan Wilson, 6 rounds, Super Lightweight