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Daniel Dubois v Ebenezer Tetteh: Live stream, TV channel, start time and every way to watch on BT Sport

Everything you need to know about how to live stream the Daniel Dubois fight or watch on TV, plus spoiler-free details, a big-fight preview and more ahead of the 22-year-old's showdown against Ebenezer Tetteh.

When is Dubois v Tetteh?

Dubois v Tetteh will be shown exclusively live at 7.30pm on Friday 27 September on BT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport Ultimate on TV and across our digital platforms.

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Dubois v Tetteh: Fight preview

Fresh from a career-best performance against Nathan Gorman, Daniel Dubois will bid to add the Commonwealth heavyweight title to his collection when he takes on Ghanaian opponent Ebenezer Tetteh.

Dubois, 22, won the vacant British title in his most recent fight when he knocked out domestic rival Gorman in the fifth round at London’s O2 Arena.

Widely recognised as a world champion in waiting, Dubois returns to the ring in a battle of the unbeaten heavyweights against Tetteh at the Royal Albert Hall.

The fight was mandated after previous Commonwealth champion Joe Joyce relinquished the title.

Tetteh, 19-0 (16KOs), who has yet to fight outside of his native Ghana, will be the second Ghanaian opponent attempting to derail Dubois, who stopped the 31-year-old’s compatriot Richard Lartey to win the WBO Global title in April.

In a thrilling contest, Dubois knocked out Lartey in the fourth round at Wembley Arena to extend his unbeaten record to eleven.

Three months later, in a dominant display against Gorman, Dubois cemented his status as one of the brightest prospects in the sport with a brutal performance in his toughest assignment to date.

Dubois’ output was methodical and clinical against a highly-skilled operator who was tipped by many to upset the Greenwich-born heavyweight.

The fight was stopped after Dubois dropped Gorman, landing a ferocious right hand on the 23-year-old’s temple.

In his fourth fight of the year, Dubois will look to pick up the Commonwealth strap before turning his attention to fringe world level contenders.

Speaking ahead of his Royal Albert Hall return, Dubois said: “This is a natural progression for me because I want to win every title available to me on my way to becoming a world champion.

“I have won the Southern Area, English and British titles already, so I am heading down what people call the traditional route, while also gaining international experience and rankings by winning the WBC Youth, WBO European and Global titles.

“So I believe this is the ideal next step for me against an unbeaten fighter with a lot of KOs to his name.

“It should make for an exciting fight at the Royal Albert Hall and I cannot wait to get back there and do my thing.”

Promoter Frank Warren said: “It is another ideal test for Daniel in fighting for the vacant Commonwealth title against another dangerous opponent from Ghana. If this turns out to be anything like the Richard Lartey fight then the fans are in for a treat.

“The name of the game for Daniel now is for us to keep stepping him up and him picking up experience. It is only a matter of time before he will reach a mandatory position for a world title.”

Dubois v Tetteh: Who else is fighting?

Two-time Olympic champion Nicola Adams will also feature in the first ever female professional boxing match at the historic London venue against Mexican Maria Salinas.

Adams, 36, became WBO world flyweight champion when previous holder Arely Mucino was forced to give up the title.

The card will also feature WBO European super-featherweight champion Archie Sharp who makes his second title defence against Dublin’s Declan Geraghty.

Super middleweight Willy Hutchinson, middleweight Denzel Bentley, heavyweight Jonathan Palata, lightweight Mohammad Bilal Ali and precocious bantamweight talent Dennis McCann are also in action.

Exciting prospects Lewis Edmondson, Eithan James and Sam Noakes all make their professional debuts.

Dubois v Tetteh: Selected odds

Dubois: 1/100

Tetteh: 16/1

All odds correct with Bet365 at the time of writing

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