Why Daniel Dubois should be feared

At just 21 years-old, young British boxing heavyweight, Daniel ‘Dynamite’ Dubois has already been making a name for himself.

Saturday night, the man rumoured to have floored heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, made lightwork of yet another opponent. Stepping in the ring at the O2 Arena, his counterpart Tom little proved like many others to be no match.

A one-sided fight to say the least that was finished in the fifth.

Eight fights on the board and already the young powerhouse has secured a major title. His victory against Little saw him claim the heavyweight championship of England. A belt that almost certainly won’t be the last around his waist.

With Dubois proving to be a knock-out man at just 21, his potential to improve is sky high. In boxing terms, still a baby. It really is frightening to think of what this man could go on to achieve.

Fight after fight so far, Dubois has proven to be too much to handle for his opponent and Saturday night was no different. The man from Greenwich, mauled his prey and added another KO to his already perfect record. He remains the record of stopping all his opponents.

Young and hungry, Dubois maintains the phrase ‘every belt’. Clearly with the motivation to take the heavyweight division by storm, he really should be watched carefully.

In order for him to reach the very top of the division though, it is very likely he would eventually have to face the best, including the man of the current moment, Anthony Joshua.

Mouth-watering.

The heavyweight division in boxing right now is lighting up and Dubious will certainly add to the appeal for people to come into the sport.

an outstanding list of names in the division that this young man is already a part of. With his career hardly off the ground, it is truly remarkable for him to be even featured in the same bracket of these fighters. Quite evidently, people have been aspirations for his future and you should too.

Keep your eyes peeled and remember the name. Triple D, Daniel ‘Dynamite’ Dubois.

By James Miller

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