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Daniel Dubois's left eye became heavily swollen as the fight progressed
Dubois’s left eye grew to become closely swollen because the combat progressed

British heavyweight Daniel Dubois suffered a damaged orbital bone and nerve injury round his left eye throughout his stoppage defeat to Joe Joyce.

The 23-year-old was forward on two of the three scorecards when he was stopped by Joyce in London on Saturday.

He was taken to hospital instantly and can now get specialist recommendation on the damage when the swelling eases.

A bunch of fighters previous and current stated Dubois “stop” within the bout as he fell to the primary defeat of his profession.

It’s unclear how extreme the break is and the way lengthy he might be out for, although an replace is anticipated early subsequent week.

Britain’s Kell Brook suffered a fractured orbital bone twice – as soon as round every eye – by the hands of Gennady Golovkin in 2017 and Errol Spence Jr in 2018.

Brook later detailed how invasive the surgical procedure he confronted was for BBC Radio 5 Stay Boxing and plenty of would argue he has not been the identical fighter since.

Throughout his current defeat to Terence Crawford, BBC boxing correspondent Mike Costello detailed how Brook was visibly “pawing” at his eyes.

Dubois might face a difficult restoration, given the damage, however his age presents him time to completely restore each bodily and mentally.

Saturday’s bout at Westminster’s Church Home was seen as a ‘gateway’ combat for each males, with the winner transferring on to compete in opposition to the heavyweight division’s largest names.

The likes of former two-weight world champion Carl Frampton and British middleweight champion Matt Macklin stated Dubois “stop”.

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