Date: 9th July 2017 at 10:10am
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Everyone loves a big-punching heavyweight.

Knowing that just one-punch can end a contest keeps you on the edge of your seat.

But when that big-punching heavyweight is also a decent boxer then the expectation levels rise dramatically.

Last night at the Copper Box Arena, in East London, the young London heavyweight Daniel Dubois had his fourth professional fight.

The fighter, just 19-years-of-age, had already despatched of his first three opponents in spectacular style, knocking all three out.

Last night at the Copper Box Arena, Dubois was matched against the Uruguayan fighter Mauricio Barragan, with the WBC youth world heavyweight title at stake.

Dubois continued his dramatic progress in the professional ranks by stopping his opponent inside two rounds with the Uruguayan hitting the canvas twice inside those opening two rounds of action.

Dubois extends his professional record to 4-0 with all 4 wins coming by way of knockout.

It?s probably a little too early to suggest that Dubois is the complete package but he certainly has that aura about him.