Daniel Dubois won the British Commonwealth heavyweight title. The 22-year-old boxer stopped Ebenezer Tetteh from Ghana in the first round in a duel at the Royal Albert Hall, London, Saturday (09/28/2019) early morning hrs.
Dubois extended his professional record to 13-0 with a quick and dominant display, twice dropping his opponents before the referee stopped the fight.
Boxer born in Greenwich, England, 6 September 1997 was hailed as the next British heavyweight star, has now won seven titles in his young career.
“I think with each fight I get better,” Dubois said. “I do what I have to do, I do the punches and everything I do in training I practice.”
“I relax in the ring and the more relaxed you are, the more strength you can produce as a boxer.”
Before losing, Tetteh had a 19-0 record of fighting, even though this was the first outside his home country, and he seemed nervous from the start against Dubois.
Nearly two minutes later, the fight ended with Dubois nicknamed Dynamite. Dubois claims his 12th knockout out of 13 wins so far.
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