Whyte slams 'c***s' Dubois and Warren for ‘quitting’ against Joyce
Dillian Whyte launched a foul-mouthed attack on heavyweight rival Daniel Dubois and Frank Warren after the young fighter suffered his first professional defeat to Joe Joyce last night.
A powerful jab from Joyce forced Dubois’ left eye shut midway through the bout and the 23-year-old took a knee in the tenth round to bring an end to the spectacle.
Both Dubois and his promoter, Warren, had been vocal with their ambitions to take on Whyte in the near future and the Body Snatcher watched on as his fellow countrymen did battle at the iconic Church House Westminster.
Reacting to the dramatic tenth round, an unimpressed Whyte hit out at Dubois’ display and slammed his decision to ‘quit’ with two rounds remaining.
‘I ain’t got nothing to say, man. I ain’t got nothing to say. Man’s out here quitting,’ Whyte said in an Instagram story.
‘Man’s out here quitting in mid-fight. S**t. Man’s out here quitting mid-fight.
‘They were saying they wanna fight me and they were gonna knock me out.
‘One thing with me, no quit, straight warrior. If I’m losing, I’m getting knocked out. Straight warrior, straight warrior.
‘And these cowards wanna mention me. F***ing fish eyes and Daniel Dubois, c***s.’
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Dubois admitted Joyce’s jab left him unable to see out of his left eye and vowed to return stronger from the defeat.
‘What can I say, he caught me with a good jab,’ Dubois told BT Sport.
‘I couldn’t see out of the eye. I can’t explain.
‘I was trying my best and this happened.
‘I’m a tough guy, I’ll come again for sure.’
Asked for his reaction to Dubois surrendering in the tenth, Joyce said: ‘I was glad it was over!
‘I wasn’t ever hurt. Daniel’s got some power and he’s young, fresh and hungry and I’m blessed with a good chin, so I can keep going and keep moving forward.
‘I felt his power and was happy to take it and keep it moving forwards.
‘I started looking at that eye, it was starting to swell and I was moving away from his right hand and trying to stay off the ropes.’
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