Dubois Dominant Against Gorman

Daniel Dubois took what was a fight that was thought could go either way into domination and the biggest win of his career, as he stopped Nathan Gorman to win the vacant British Heavyweight Championship at the O2 Arena in London, England.

Dubois now moves up to 12-0 in his young professional career, scoring finishes in all but one of his bouts.

The fight between Dubois and Gorman initially looked like it would be even as expected in the opening round, in which Dubois tried to pressure Gorman but Gorman tried to use his experience edge in his striking. Both men fired fast and heavy in the second, and Dubois managed to open a cut above Gorman’s left eyebrow.

At this point, Dubois began to gain more and more control, as he dropped Gorman in the third with an aggressive flurry.

Gorman managed to survive for a little while longer by throwing wildly for the rest of the third and being cautious and keeping his distance in the fourth.

But Dubois closed the show in the fifth by landing a right hand that dropped Gorman, who just missed beating the referee’s count.

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