Daniel Dubois vs Ebenezer Tetteh Set For September 27

Dubois: "I cannot wait to get back there and do my thing!"

Daniel Dubois vs Ebenezer Tetteh
Daniel Dubois (left) and Ebenezer Tetteh (right).

Daniel Dubois expected to return September 27 against Ebenezer Tetteh!


3kingsboxing has just learned, as reported by Frank Warren, that heavyweight Daniel “Dynamite” Dubois (12-0, 11 KO’s) will return to the ring on September 27. On that that date, Dynamite will face the challenge of Ebenezer Tetteh (19-0, 16 KO’s), at the Royal Albert Hall, for the Commonwealth strap.

The upcoming fight will be a quick turnaround for Dubois who just fought Nathan Gorman on July 13 in the O2 Arena located in Greenwich, London. Despite the acrimonious build-up to the fight, Dynamite made quick work of the previously undefeated Gorman by knocking him out in the fifth round.

The stoppage was preceded by a third round flooring. Having enjoyed such a short night combined with acquiring no injuries, Team Dubois is eager to hop back in the squared-circle.

“This is a natural progression for me because I want to win every title available to me on my way to becoming a world champion.

“I have won the Southern Area, English and British titles already, so I am heading down what people call the traditional route, while also gaining international experience and rankings by winning the WBC Youth, WBO European and Global titles.

“So I believe this is the ideal next step for me against an unbeaten fighter with a lot of KOs to his name. It should make for an exciting fight at the Royal Albert Hall and I cannot wait to get back there and do my thing.

To his credit, Tetteh is undefeated and has amassed an impressive number of knockouts. His last six fights have ended by stoppage. However under closer examination, the Ghanaian’s record begins to look like fools gold.

While he is undefeated, Tetteh’s resume is loaded with lackluster competition. Once added up, his 19 opponents have a total of 185 losses between them. In fact, one of his last six foes has 37 losses by himself. In the end, the highly touted British fighter should be able to make short work of Tetteh.

By: Bakari Simpson

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