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Bryan vs Dubois: Live streaming results, round by round, how to watch, start time, main event ring walks, full card info

Trevor Bryan takes on Daniel Dubois in a Don King PPV main event from Miami!

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Trevor Bryan faces Daniel Dubois from Miami today!
Trevor Bryan faces Daniel Dubois from Miami today!
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Results

  • Daniel Dubois TKO-4 Trevor Bryan (1:58) [Highlights]
  • Luis Rodriguez TKO-3 Ryan Adams (2:26)
  • Raynel Mederos TKO-2 Ryan Wilson (1:20)
  • Tre’Sean Wiggins TKO-1 Travis Castellon (2:07)
  • Ian Green UD-10 Anthony Lenk (98-92, 98-92, 99-91)

Trevor Bryan will face Daniel Dubois in the main event of a Don King-promoted PPV today from Miami, a heavyweight bout set for 12 rounds because it’s for a WBA “world” title nobody takes very seriously.

King also promised a bunch of other “championship” action so there are some NABA title fights on the card as well.

Live coverage and discussion will take place in the comments section of this post.

How to watch Bryan vs Dubois

The fight is available on PPV for $29.99. Traditional PPV through cable or satellite is set to being at 5 pm ET, and the online stream (which can be ordered through FITE TV) will start at 4 pm ET.

The main event has been advertised to start around 6:30 pm ET, or 11:30 pm in the United Kingdom, where it is set to air on BT Sport.

Full Card (PPV, 4:00 pm ET)

  • Trevor Bryan (22-0, 15 KO) vs Daniel Dubois (17-1, 16 KO), heavyweights, 12 rounds
  • DeCarree Scott (7-0, 6 KO) vs Jonathan Guidry (17-1-2, 5 KO), heavyweights, 10 rounds
  • Johnnie Langston (10-3, 4 KO) vs Isaiah Thompson (6-1-1, 5 KO), cruiserweights, 10 rounds
  • Ahmed Elbiali (21-1, 18 KO) vs Dervin Colina (16-1, 14 KO), light heavyweights, 10 rounds
  • Luis Rodriguez (8-0, 8 KO) vs Ryan Adams (8-5-1, 6 KO), super middleweights, 6 rounds
  • Raynel Mederos (6-0, 1 KO) vs Ryan Wilson (1-0, 1 KO), junior welterweights, 4 rounds
  • Tre’Sean Wiggins (13-5-3, 7 KO) vs Travis Castellon (17-4-1, 12 KO), welterweights, 10 rounds
  • Ian Green (15-2, 11 KO) vs Anthony Lenk (17-8, 7 KO), middleweights, 10 rounds

Note: This is a tentative card layout that depends on how long Wiggins vs Castellon lasts, basically. Mederos vs Wilson and Rodriguez vs Adams could both shift around in card placement.