Top British heavyweight prospect Daniel Dubois (13-0) will be entering the ring one more time this year.
The Londoner will be fighting for the fifth time in 2019, having won all of his previous four bouts. “Dynamite” will be making his return on December 21 in his home town, as he will face Japan’s Kyotaro Fujimoto (21-1) who is currently ranked at #12 in the WBA rankings.
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Dubois will be putting on the line his WBO International belt, as the WBC Silver title will also have its new owner.
“Our main goal for Daniel is to make him a world title challenger in 2020”, Frank Warren stated.
“Without a doubt, he’s the best young boxer in British heavyweight boxing. We are trying to make him a top contender and we hope we can arrange a showdown between him and Joe Joyce”, the notorious boxing promoter added.
The 33-year-old Fujimoto is considered by many as the top man in Japan heavyweight boxing. The December clash with Dubois will be Kyotaro’s first fight abroad, as his only loss date back in 2012.