Douglas ‘Dougie’ Joyce, a bare knuckle boxer from a famous traveller family, has been identified as the sick thug who assaulted a defenseless 78-year-old man. It is reported that Joyce turned down a role in Channel 4’s show My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. On Friday, he was sentenced to 19 months in jail after CCTV footage captured him brutally attacking the elderly man in the back room of a pub. The victim sustained serious injuries, including facial wounds caused by Joyce’s large gold ring. The Joyce family is well-known in the UK traveller community and their lives were recently documented in an Amazon production called The Joyce Family Documentary. The documentary explores the world of the travelling community. Additionally, Joyce had planned to make a grand entrance at his £60,000 wedding ceremony by arriving in a helicopter, but the venue prohibited him from landing in the car park.ng videos on his YouTube channel. He is the founder of 3D Fight Club, which he established two years ago. In one of his videos, he can be seen showing off a fighting belt. Joyce’s family is well-known in the traveller community in the UK and their lives were recently documented on an Amazon production. They are considered one of the most high-profile families in the community.
Additionally, Joyce has been seen driving a fancy 4×4 car. He has even showcased a 4×4 with a personalized number plate in the past.
Last year, Joyce and his wife had a lavish wedding ceremony at the Gorton Monastery in Manchester. The extravagant event featured four Rolls Royces and a £12,000 Calla Blanche dress, which took over a year to create. Footage from the wedding was shared on his YouTube channel, where he has a substantial following. In the video, Joyce can be seen wearing a luxury three-piece suit and a gold watch.Douglas Joyce, a well-known figure in the traveller community, has gained popularity through his YouTube channel where he shares videos of his fights. In these videos, he can be seen driving an expensive 4×4 with a personalized number plate. Joyce is also the founder and president of 3D Fight Club, an organization he established two years ago to promote a mixture of traditional boxing, kickboxing, MMA, and bare-knuckle boxing. He aimed to prove that bare-knuckle boxing is not “barbaric.” Despite his success, Joyce’s company may face challenges following his recent jail sentence. The spotlight is once again on Joyce after a video surfaced of him brutally attacking a 78-year-old man. He shouted and pointed at the man before delivering three punches to his face, causing him to bleed. Joyce even encouraged his father to join in the assault. When the victim stood up, Joyce struck him hard, causing him to fall backward over a table and chairs. Joyce was sentenced to 19 months in jail after pleading guilty to causing grievous bodily harm. The Greater Manchester Police confirmed that the victim suffered serious injuries in the pub attack.On October 23, 2022, in Manchester city centre at around 10pm, a man was seriously injured in an assault at a pub. The Greater Manchester Police stated that CCTV evidence indicated that Douglas Joyce was primarily responsible for the man’s injuries. As a result, Joyce was arrested and charged with section 18 assault.
Detective Constable Natalie Hollows, speaking after the sentencing, described Joyce as an aggressive and violent man who intended to intimidate and cause pain to a vulnerable 78-year-old man through this horrendous assault.
The victim was punched in the face three times by Joyce, causing him to be knocked off his seat and bleed. This incident was captured in CCTV footage.
When the victim stood up, Joyce delivered a hard punch to his face, causing him to propel backwards over the table and chairs behind him.
During the assault, Joyce was wearing a large gold pyramid-style ring, which contributed to the significant injury suffered by the victim.
Detective Constable Hollows expressed satisfaction that Joyce would now face time behind bars as punishment for his actions. She hoped that he would use this time to reflect on the impact of his actions.
In addition to Douglas Joyce, his father John, aged 63, was also involved in the assault. He received a sentence of 18 months community order for assault causing occasioning actual bodily harm.
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