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Joshua Buatsi vs. Dan Azeez: A Breakdown of the Fight by Numbers

Joshua Buatsi vs. Dan Azeez: A Breakdown of the Fight by Numbers

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Joshua Buatsi vs. Dan Azeez: A Breakdown of the Fight by Numbers

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Joshua Buatsi vs. Dan Azeez: A Breakdown of the Fight by Numbers

On Saturday, February 3, Joshua Buatsi (17-0, 13 KOs) will go up against fellow unbeaten fighter Dan Azeez (20-0, 13 KOs) at the OVO Arena in London, England, in a WBA light heavyweight eliminator. Buatsi last fought in an underwhelming win against Pawel Stepien on May 6, 2023. Azeez enjoyed a comfortable points win against Khalid Graidia on July 15, 2023.

In preparation for this bout – we are bringing you a numerical breakdown of Saturday night’s fight. 

Joshua Buatsi vs. Dan Azeez Fight by Numbers

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Build Up to Joshua Buatsi vs. Dan Azeez Fight by Numbers

21,672: (On February 3) hours since Buatsi beat Ričards Bolotņiks at the Matchroom Fight Camp, Brentwood, England.

805: (On February 3) days since Azeez beat Hosea Burton to win the British light-heavyweight title by seventh-round TKO.

288 Weeks: (On February 3) The number of weeks since “Just Business” defeated Andrejs Pokumeiko by a first-round stoppage to win the vacant WBA International light-heavyweight title.

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13/20: The number of stoppage wins for “Super” in his 20 professional contests.

235,699,200: (On February 3) seconds since Buatsi beat Algeria’s Abdelhafid Benchabla at the 2016 Olympics in Brazil to guarantee at least a bronze medal.

3: The number of South of England ABA titles that Azeez won.

Buatsi vs. Azeez Fight Card

  • Joshua Buatsi vs. Dan Azeez, 12 rounds, WBA light heavyweight eliminator
  • Adam Azim vs. Enoch Poulsen, 12 rounds, for Azim’s European junior welterweight title
  • Caroline Dubois vs. Miranda Reyes, 10 rounds, female lightweights
  • Ben Whittaker vs. Khalid Graidia, 8 rounds, light heavyweights
  • Francesca Hennessy vs. Laura Belen Valdebenito, 6 rounds, female featherweights
  • Jeamie “TKV” Tshikeva vs. Kostiantyn Dovbyshchenko, 6 rounds, heavyweights

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