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Video: Joe Joyce Discusses TKO Win Over Bermane Stiverne

Joe Joyce secured the biggest victory of his professional career by stopping former WBC heavyweight champion Bermane Stiverne in six rounds.

The 33-year-old, in his eighth fight, knocked down Stiverne with a big right hand in the third before forcing referee Howard Foster to intervene after two minutes and 20 seconds of the sixth amid another sustained attack.

'Big respect to Bermane Stiverne, he's very tough and stuck in there but I guess I was just too much,' said Joyce.

'It was about being patient as he's such a tough guy he took all those shots. There are big things to come.'

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Wales' Lee Selby survived cuts over both eyes to earn a unanimous points decision over Omar Douglas on his move up to the lightweight division.

The 32-year-old had not fought since last May when he lost his IBF featherweight title to Josh Warrington.

Wales' Lee Selby survived cuts over both eyes to earn a unanimous points decision

Head clashes in the second and seventh rounds posed problems.

However, he responded against the 28-year-old American and was named the winner with scores of 116-112, 116-112 and 115-114 from the three ringside judges.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Nomar on 02-24-2019

Kownacki and Ruiz Jr outclasses Joyce. Nothing Abel Sanchez can do about it. Although Joyce have fleet feet for a guy his size, he's too stiff and mechanical from the waist up.

Comment by diarraisagod on 02-24-2019

I really don't get the hype with Joyce. He looks slow and to have no real zip on any single punch. He seems to wear people down with volume rather than concussive power. He's not hard to hit either. Perhaps…

Comment by SeGoodland on 02-24-2019

[QUOTE=JakeTheBoxer;19536826]Give this dude a real test. takam, Chisora or Duhaupas at least. Someone that actually can punch and doesn`t have 270 pounds.[/QUOTE] Yeah, I agree. Stiverne looked like he had a game plan but Joyce was constantly peppering him. Joyce…

Comment by JakeTheBoxer on 02-24-2019

Give this dude a real test. takam, Chisora or Duhaupas at least. Someone that actually can punch and doesn`t have 270 pounds.

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