Daniel Dubois is out to deliver another message to the heavyweight elite when he takes on Ebenezer Tetteh this evening for the vacant Commonwealth title tomorrow at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

22-year-old Dubois has left a devastating trail of destruction behind him sweeping through the division with 12 wins from 12 professional fights – including 11 chilling knockouts for the man appropriately nicknamed ‘Dynamite’.

The Londoner is one of the most talked about young prospects in boxing and has designs on joining Deontay Wilder, Andy Ruiz, Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury at the summit of the heavyweight ranks sooner rather than later.

For now, his focus is on Tetteh. Dubois is already British champion and is looking to add the Commonwealth title to his collection when he takes on the unbeaten Ghanaian.

Dubois vs Tetteth prediction

Dubois has produced a highlight reel of thrilling knockouts during his short professional career, stopping Nathan Gorman inside five rounds last time out.

Gorman, another highly-rated and undefeated heavyweight, was viewed as Dubois’ toughest test to date by some margin. Dubois swatted him away. That meeting with Gorman was seen as a stern examination of Dubois’ potential – one he passed with flying colours as he finished him in five rounds in a performance that demonstrated both his power and maturity beyond his 22 years.

Tetteh has his own impressive KO record (19-0) but fights outside of his homeland for the first time this weekend. It’s difficult to look past another swift finish from the Londoner.

Dubois to win via KO in the third round.

Source: ES