Daniel Dubois to fight for 9th belt in 14th fight

Unbeaten heavyweight Daniel ‘Dynamite’ Dubois (13-0, 12 KOs) faces Kyotaro Fujimoto (21-1, 13 KOs) in a bid to win the WBC silver belt at London’s Copper Box Arena on December 21 on a card billed as “The Fight Before Christmas.” Dubois’ recently won WBO International title will also be on the line.

Belts are important to the 22-year-old Dubois, who has already collected a staggering eight title belts in just 13 fights as a professional, with the WBC Youth, Southern Area, English, WBO European, WBO Global, British, WBO International and Commonwealth titles all to his name – in just 39 rounds of professional action. The previous holder of the silver belt was Dillian Whyte

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  • Dubois has skills but is gonna have to eventually pick up some better opponents along the way so we can see how good he really is.

  • ooh i am back in London for christmas. think i will go and see this. not sure about this opponent but fuck it

  • I thought Dillion Whyte was WBC silver titlist. The only meaningful title’s Dan the Man’s won are the Southern Area, English British & Commonwealth. I was hoping to see Dubois Vs Hughie Fury next. It’ll be interesting to see what the BBBofC order next Wednesday. All those Alphabet inter/Euro baubles mean Jack $h1t!!……….

  • this kid needs professional rounds in the ring, not belts. 8/10/12 rounds. even Mike Tyson got the rounds before the belts. A bout with Hughie Fury would be too much for him after 6 rounds.

    • I have to disagree. If Dubois can’t beat the mediocre Fury at this point , then he will have very limited career.

  • I am the fried ravioli with marinara sauce heavyweight belt holder. It’s the best governing body in boxing.

  • If he gets a world championship belt or at least fight for a world title then he gets some real respect.

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