Daniel Dubois has once again sent a message to the heavyweight division after a monster right-hand knocked out his opponent.
British heavyweight Dubois was taking on Kyotaro Fujimoto in London and was looking to send a message to the big three heavyweights at the top of the division.
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And he did just that after stopping his opponent in the second round.
Dubois had already dropped his opponent with a straight right but was able to finish the fight when he landed a huge right-hook to the chin of Fujimoto.
Daniel Dubois second round knock out ayy 👌🏻👊🏻 pic.twitter.com/yw9tvJJXvQ— Shawn Quinn (@Shawnforyou97) December 21, 2019
Fujimoto remained on the floor and needed an oxygen mask as Dubois celebrated the victory.
“After the first couple of shots, I thought I would pace myself,” the British heavyweight said after the fight.
“I knew I had the power, I was confident about what I was going to do. I landed a sweet shot, and that was goodnight.”
What will be the defining moment and what is as boxing fans wanna see if can he test the heavyweight division like Dubois is doing heavyweight boxing is the Most entertaining without a doubt— Dan Greenough® (@dan11greenough) December 22, 2019
Devasting ko by triple D Dubois then he is definitely one to watch for the future he looks the real deal pic.twitter.com/oK8430fyT1— Ste Tran (@deejaybudda) December 21, 2019
That knockout was chilling. Dubois is a *lot* of fun to watch. He doesn't blink when he's hit, doesn't get discouraged when his opponent doesn't appear hurt, and brutally takes openings when they appear— Declan Warrington (@decwarrington) December 21, 2019