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From AJ Carter to Razvan Cojanu, relive Daniel Dubois’ top five knockouts

Ahead of his highly anticipated British heavyweight title clash with domestic rival Nathan Gorman, BTSport.com looks back at Dubois’ most brutal KOs.

21-year-old heavyweight sensation Daniel Dubois has only been taken the distance once in his fledgling career.

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The Greenwich-born prospect has forged a reputation as the division’s next knockout king and has exhibited his concussive power in droves since his debut in April 2017.

Ahead of his domestic grudge bout against fellow unbeaten rising star Nathan Gorman, BTSport.com relives Dubois’ top five knockouts.

Blaise Mendouo – April 22 2017

Dubois claimed an emphatic victory over Cameroonian Blaise Mendouo inside two rounds in his second professional contest in Leicester.

Mendouo, a former Olympian and Commonwealth Games bronze medallist, was dominated from the opening bell and referee Shaun Messer called off the bout in the second round after a brutal barrage from Dubois.

The fight was on the undercard of the middleweight bout between Tommy Langford and Avtandil Khurtsidze, which saw the Georgian upset Langford and earn a mandatory shot against Billy Joe Saunders.

AJ Carter – September 16 2017

Dubois knocked AJ Carter out cold in the first round in his fifth professional fight at London’s Copper Box Arena.

He claimed the vacant Southern Area Heavyweight title courtesy of a commanding display over a hardened opponent.

Dubois knocked Carter down twice before connecting with a savage right hand which rendered the former solider unconscious.

It was a statement win for Dubois on the undercard of Saunders’ WBO world middleweight title defence against Willie Monroe Jr.

Dorian Darch – December 9 2017

Dubois was in devastating form when he blasted out durable journeyman Dorian Darch in his sixth professional bout.

The contest was stopped by referee Robert Williams in the second round after Dubois floored Darch with a superbly timed right hand having already dropped him twice.

Dubois’ sixth successive victory was on the undercard of James Degale’s shock world title defeat to unheralded American Caleb Truax.

DL Jones – February 24 2018

Dubois continued his blistering knockout streak with a third-round KO of DL Jones at London’s York Hall.

The bout was called to a halt after Dubois connected with a textbook right hand with Jones up against the ropes which sent the robust 36-year-old to the canvas.

Dubois exhibited an impressive array of punches on the undercard of the British super featherweight contest between Zelfa Barrett and Ronnie Clark.

Razvan Cojanu – March 8 2019

In his most impressive performance to date, Dubois made light work of former world title challenger Razvan Cojanu, stopping the seasoned Romanian in the second round at the Royal Albert Hall.

After labouring to the first points victory of his career over Kevin Johnson in his previous fight, Dubois bounced back in devastating fashion, backing Cojanu up against the ropes before knocking him out with seconds to spare in the second round.

The historic night of boxing saw Anthony Yarde defeat Travis Reeves and Liam Williams knockout Joe Mullender to defend his British middleweight title.

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