By James K. Attaglo Wilson|

Daniel ‘Dynamite’ Dubois increased his enviable boxing record to [13-0] on Friday, having stopped Ebenezer Tetteh via technical knockout in the first round to win the vacant Commonwealt heavyweight title at the Royal Albert Hall in South Kensington, London.

Fighting for the first time outside his homeland, The untested 31-year-old Tetteh looked like a ‘Bull in a Chinese shop’ forgetting to even put his gumshield in his mouth just before the opening bell.

Triple D [Daniel ‘Dynamite’ Dubois] who had stopped 11 of his previous 12 opponents via knockout prior to last night’s fight showed why he is a very big ask in the heavyweight division, withering the Ghanaian with body shots before dropping him with a strong right hook.

Tetteh [20-1, 16KOs] becomes the second Ghanaian boxer to fall at the feet of Dubois, having stopped Richard Lartey back in April.

Dubois could be on a collision course with Joe Joyce next in an all British affairs.