Daniel Dubois: 21 year old monster to face 19-0 opponentNew
"It will be another chance for the British public to see the hottest prospect in the glamour division of the sport," his promoter, Frank Warren, wrote on BoxingScene.com.
"Make no mistake, Dubois is going right to the top."
"But first he is going to collect all the belts on the way up."
FYI, Dubois is a bad man.
After producing a 69-6 record as an amateur, Dubois debuted in April 2017 and has been burning through opponents ever since.
BoxRec World rank: 27/1,296
BoxRec British rank: 8/42
born: 1997-09-06 / age 21
nationality: United Kingdom
height: 6'5"/ 196cm
reach: 78" / 198cm
residence: Greenwich, London, United Kingdom
birth place: London, United Kingdom
His dismantling of Gorman (then 16-0), a surging prospect himself, was something special and served notice to the heavyweight division's power-brokers. (Dubois vs Gorman highlights)
In addition to defeating Gorman, the British wrecking machine boasts KO wins over Richard Lartey (then 14-1) and Razvan Cojanu (then 16-5) who previously went the distance with Joseph Parker.
Top 10 British Heavyweights, Aug 12, 2019
Daniel's only non-stoppage to date is a points win over well-traveled, wiley veteran Kevin Johnson.
So, who is Dubois' opponent, Ebenezer Tetteh?
Well, we don't know a lot, yet.
Looking like a raw but strong brawler. the 31 year old is 19-0 with 16 KOs and all of his fights, to date, have taken place in his native Ghana.
He debuted in April 2012 and fought 4 times last year and 4 times in 2017, posting a 8-0, 6 KO record in that period.
Dubois vs Tetteh
vacant Commonwealth (British Empire) Heavyweight Title
Sep 27, 2019
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington
Tetteh is rated as BoxRec's No. 2 heavyweight in Ghana (behind previous Dubois foe Richard Lartey) and No. 373 of 1,296 active heavyweights.
How will Dubois perform against another seemingly tough and dangerous, unbeaten heavyweight?