DeGale (25-2-1, 15 KOs) and Eubank (27-2, 21 KOs) will settle their long-running score when the two outspoken competitions finally go toe to toe in front of the excitable home-town London crowd in the all-British event.
The DeGale has been the first British fighter to win a Gold Medal at the Olympics and also a world championship as a specialist. He won his world title and forced two successful defenses before fighting to a draw against Badou Jack in 2017. DeGale avenged his December 2017 decrease to reclaim his IBF Super Middleweight belt. After vacating the belt, DeGale stopped veteran Fidel Munoz his last time out.
The 29-year-old Eubank Jr., the son of prior two-division world champion Chris Eubank, is highly motivated to battle to get more world titles when he lost a tough choice to George Groves to its WBA Super Middleweight belt annually past. The competition between DeGale and Eubank was brewing for several years after a succession of run ins. The duo has sparred each other also have traded verbal jabs that were a few on social media. Eubank, who has been learning vegas at the Mayweather Boxing Club, has registered knockouts and has won nine out of the last ten coNFLicts.
After turning pro in 2017 the Joyce, of London, England, has started his own career with a 100 percent KO speed. Joyce, an accomplished amateur maintained the superb heavyweight silver medal at the 2016 Olympic Games for Great Britain.
Despite being the first fighter to choose the length to the latest American winner, stiverne lost the belt into his next fight against Deontay Wilder. The 40-year-old has not fought since his loss from the 2017 re match against Wilder but is anxious to bounce back with a statement win over the highly recognized Joyce.