'Chilling': Frightening KO leaves rival needing oxygen mask

Riley Morgan
Sports Reporter
Daniel Dubois knocked out his opponent Kyotaro Fujimoto with a sickening right hand. (Image: Fox Sports)

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.

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.”