first_img 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Football player touch female referee s breast! Funny animals make you happy and laugh funny animal compilation Most awesome bullfighting festival Omg this is awesome 🙂 10 Best Travel Destinations in Taiwancenter_img What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 DANIEL DUBOIS sent one final terrifying message to 2020’s heavyweight world champions: ‘I am coming for you’.The 22-year-old Greenwich starlet destroyed Japanese hardman Kyotaro Fujimoto in round two of their Copper Box clash, with one of the most devastating single punches of the year.There was only one way Kyotaro Fujimoto was going and that was down when Daniel Dubois connectedCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdThere was plenty of concern for the brave Japanese boxer who needed oxygen after the fightCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdThere were serious concerns for the brave former kickboxer who was robbed of all of his senses by one brutal blow in 14-0 Dubois’ fifth win of the year.That means the Peacock Gym prodigy ends 2019 well up the rankings of the WBA, WBO and WBC and close to world title shot.Once Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder settle their differences with two more fights to complete their trilogy in February and the summer – and Anthony Joshua handles his two mandatories – Dynamite Dubois will be blowing down their door.Dubois said: “After the first couple of shots, I thought I would pace myself.“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.“If I keep collecting these nice belts, I won’t be too far from a world title shot, I just have to walk the path.”Daniel Dubois is belt-collecting – and he certainly hasn’t finished yetCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdDubois’ very first punch, a ramrod jab, seemed to stumble the visitor and every time that piston-like tool was used Fujimoto looked in trouble. A vicious lead left-hook was Joe Frazieresque and an assault to the body would have folded a weaker man.Fujimoto, 33, had a huge team in his corner, a handful of very short men yelling dozens of different phrases over and over again.Quite how many terms there are in Japanese for ‘run away and hide’ remains a mystery.Their man was dropped in the second by a brilliant jab but he got back to his feet and back in the way of a relentless volley of punches.FUJIMOTO NEEDED OXYGENFujimoto had been bouncing off the ropes, forcing the ringside photographers to lurch out of the way, but he held his feet too long of the opposite side of the ring before the session was over.Fujimoto stood tall and left himself open to a sickening right hand that collapsed him entirely.The medics dived into the ring before the referee even officially called off the fight and Dubois’ worried trainer Martin Bowers pushed his star pupil back into the corner to calm the celebrations, as their latest victim lay stricken and needing oxygen.Thankfully the dazed and confused fighter rose to his feet and left of his own accord, unlikely to fancy returning in a hurry.And Dubois’ promoter Frank Warren revealed his man will only have three months off – before possibly taking part in a British blockbuster.He said: “We are going to do a big show at the o2 in April featuring Daniel, I hope it’s going to a big fight for him.“We have made offers to a lot of big fighters, we have made offers to Chisora, he’d have no problem fighting Dillian Whyte, Joe Joyce.”Daniel Dubois dominated his poor opponent from start to finishCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd Source: Boxing –

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