Dynamite Dubois returns with a massive KO
For the first time back since his eye injury at the hands of Joe Joyce, Daniel Dubois returns looking to reignite his destructive career as he takes on, the dangerous Romanian, Bogdan Dinu for the interim WBA heavyweight championship. Both fighters have sensational knockout power, and both know this fight could be over after just one punch.
Dubois started the contest in fast fashion, by feeling his opponent out for the first minute and a half, but towards the end of the opening round he started to unload his punches. The second round started and BANG, Dubois landed flush and Dinu hit the deck. After the count of ten, the referee stops the fight and the new interim WBA champion is Daniel Dubois.
On the undercard of the event, Nathan Heaney kept his undefeated streak going with a knockout over his opponent Ilyan Markov in the third round. After another spine chilling ring walk, Heaney showed his superior power and accuracy and to the delight and roar of his following, keeps a title shot alive and closer then ever.
Tommy Fury was again taken the full distance of four rounds by beating Jordan Grant 40-36 on the score cards. Caoimhin Agyarko was in a destructive mood by stopping his opponent Ernesto Olvera as the Mexican retired in his corner at the end of the third round.
There was also wins for Liam Davies by knockout and George Bunce who won his debut contest on points over Does Newton.
"I think we can safely say a job well done."@Liamdavies_2 stops Stefan Slavchev and his home support in Telford go wild. A great display from the English bantamweight champion. ???? pic.twitter.com/jJJtq57I18— Boxing on BT Sport ???? (@BTSportBoxing) June 5, 2021