BOXING returns to the Royal Albert Hall as Daniel Dubois takes on Ebenezer Tetteh TONIGHT.
Dynamite is coming into this bout fresh from retaining his unbeaten tag after seeing off Nathan Gorman in an all-British heavyweight showdown back in July.
He takes on Tetteh for the Commonwealth heavyweight title and will look to extend his pro record to an impressive 13-0.
The 21-year-old 'DDD' will face an unknown quantity in Tetteh (19-0), who has never fought outside of his native Ghana before.
When is Dubois vs Tetteh?
THIS Commonwealth title bout is set for TONIGHT – Friday, September 27.
It is being held at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Undercard's will get going around 7.30pm UK time.
Expect the main event from around 10.30pm.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
YOU can catch all the action from fight night on BT Sport 1.
Coverage will begin at 7.30pm.
If you're a BT customer, streaming is available on a number of devices by downloading the official app.
Who is fighting on the undercard?
- Daniel Dubois vs Ebenezer Tetteh (heavyweight commonwealth title)
- Nicola Adams vs Maria Salinas (WBO world female flyweight title)
- Archie Sharp vs TBA (super featherweight)
- Denzel Bentley vs Kelcie Ball (middleweight)
- Willy Hutchinson vs Borislav Zankov (super middleweight)
- Dennis McCann vs Georgi Georgiev (bantamweight)
- Jonathan Palata vs Chris Healey (heavyweight)
- Lewis Edmonson vs TBA (super middleweight, debut)
- Sam Noakes vs TBA (lighweight, debut)
- Eithan James vs Fonz Alexander (super lightweight, debut)
- Mohammad Bilal Ali vs Alexsandrs Birkenbergs (lightweight)
What they said
Daniel Dubois: "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,” said Dubois on his latest assignment.
"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."
Ebenezer Tetteh: "I have watched Daniel v Lartey and Gorman and know what I have to do to beat him on Friday.
"And, I gave Lartey sparring and I am better than him. I can move and punch.
"I expect to beat Daniel. Lartey gave him a good fight but I will finish Dubois.
"I want to take the title home and be the first Ghanaian Commonwealth heavyweight champion.”
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