Daniel Dubois reportedly set to appoint former Dillian Whyte coach Mark Tibbs as his new trainer after removing Martin Bowers in wake of Joe Joyce defeat

Daniel Dubois is reportedly set to appoint Mark Tibbs as his new trainer after removing Martin Bowers from the role.
The highly rated heavyweight prospect suffered his first defeat in a gruelling battle with Joe Joyce late last year and has seemingly decided to switch things up as a result.
Dubois suffered a serious eye injury in the defeat to Joyce
The fight began with some closely contested rounds in which both men had their moments.
Dubois appeared to hurt Joyce on occasion, but was often kept at bay by the more experienced man’s jab.
This ‘Juggernaut’ jab ultimately caused severe injury to Dubois and forced his left eye to swell shut by the halfway stage.
In round ten, it all got too much for the 23-year-old who took a knee and sat out the ten count.
Bowers will remain as Dubois’ managerGetty Images – Getty
Now, according to the Mail, Dubois has removed Bowers as his trainer and is set to appoint Tibbs.
It’s understood that Bowers – who trained Dubois from his pro debut – will remain in his role as manager.
The report also claims that the youngster has been informed by doctors he’ll be able to return to the ring in April.
Dubois suffered two fractures to his left eye as well as retinal bleeding in the defeat to Joyce.
Whyte parted company with Tibbs after four years togetherDave Thompson/Matchroom
Tibbs currently trains WBO super-middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders, who has agreed terms to face Canelo Alvarez in May.
He also previously coached Dillian Whyte for his entire unbeaten streak between the defeats to Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin.
The pair parted ways last summer, prior to Whyte’s last fight.

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