What are Daniel Dubois’ career earnings and what is his boxing record?

DANIEL Dubois is a former heavyweight champion from London with a punch so hard his nickname is ‘Dynamite’.

He’s facing Filip Hrgovic on June 1, 2024 — here we take a look at his boxing record and career earnings.

Dubois knocked down Oleksandr Usyk in Poland in August 2023, but the shot was deemed a low blow


Dubois knocked down Oleksandr Usyk in Poland in August 2023, but the shot was deemed a low blowCredit: Getty

What is Daniel Dubois’ net worth?

According to multiple outlets, Daniel Duboisnet worth is in the region of £3.9million.

His career earnings so far are believed to be around £5million.

He began earning six-figure sums when he took on Richard Lartey in April 2019.

Dubois earned £1.75 million when he fought Joe Joyce in 2020.

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After facing Joyce, Dubois pulled in a further £1.8m across his next four fights.

Although he failed to defeat Oleksandr Usyk in August 2023, Dubois went away with one of his biggest cheques to date — £1.6 million.

How much he received for his knockout victory over Jarrell Miller in December 2023 hasn’t been reported.

What is Daniel Dubois’ boxing record?

Dubois’ boxing record stands as 20–2–0.

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This means he’s won 20 of his 22 professional bouts, losing two and drawing none.

Dynamite has won 19 of his fights via knockout, giving him an impressive KO percentage of 86%.

Dubois has seen some major success during his career — he held the World Boxing Association (WBA) heavyweight title from June 2022 to August 2023.

He also held the British and Commonwealth titles between 2019 and 2020.

His first pro fight was against Marcus Kelly in 2017, which he won by KO, and his fourth fight won him the WBC Youth heavyweight title.

Dubois is a former WBA Heavyweight Champion


Dubois is a former WBA Heavyweight ChampionCredit: Jamie McPhilimey

How to watch Daniel Dubois fight against Filip Hrgovic

Dubois is coming off an impressive victory over Jarrell Miller in December, when he became the first man to knock him out.

The Brit famously knocked down Oleksandr Usyk in Poland in August 2023, but the shot was deemed a low blow, much to the dismay of Dubois’ promoter Frank Warren.

As Hrgovic is the current IBF mandatory challenger, a win over ‘El Animal’ could see Dubois be given a world title shot,

Hrgovic’s biggest win came against Zhilei Zhang on the undercard of Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk 2 in August 2022.

The undefeated Croatan will face Greenwich-born Dubois in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Saturday, June 1.

Dubois takes on Croatian Filip Hrgovic in his next fight


Dubois takes on Croatian Filip Hrgovic in his next fightCredit: Reuters

Ring-walks for the co-main event can be expected at around 9.30pm UK time.

DAZN and TNT Sports will broadcast Dubois vs Hrgovic on PPV in the UK — both channels have priced the event at £21.99.

You can subscribe to DAZN in the UK for £9.99 a month, which commits you to an entire year of action.

A flexible pass, worth £19.99 a month, is also available, and you can cancel anytime.

You can live stream the action from either the TNT Sports Box Office app for TNT Sports, or the DAZN app for DAZN, both of which you can download onto your mobile or tablet device.

The full fight card is as follows:


  • Dmitry Bivol vs Malik Zinad — (WBA light-heavyweight title)
  • Deontay Wilder (Matchroom) vs Zhilei Zhang (Queensberry)
  • Daniel Dubois (Queensberry) vs Filip Hrgovic (Matchroom)
  • Raymond Ford (Matchroom) vs Nick Ball (Queensberry) — (WBA featherweight title)
  • Craig Richards (Matchroom) vs Willy Hutchinson (Queensberry)
  • Austin ‘Ammo’ Williams (Matchroom) vs Hamzah Sheeraz (Queensberry)