Daniel Dubois vs Dorian Darch

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Daniel Dubois vs Dorian Darch
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Date: 
Saturday, December 9, 2017
Location: 
Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Hackney Wick, London, UK
Rounds Scheduled: 
10
Contracted Weight: 
Unlimited
Referee: 
Bob Williams

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Fan Cards: Daniel Dubois vs Dorian Darch


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
10
10
DORIAN DARCH
8
8


scorecard by MIKE25
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
10
10
DORIAN DARCH
8
8


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
DANIEL DUBOIS
10
10
DORIAN DARCH
8
8


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

DDD is a machine, I'm a big fan, I think he'll be the next top fighter in the heavyweight division, but now, he's 5-0, he has a lot to learn, he hasn't been 2 rounds yet, 3 of his 5 fights have ended in 1 round, I think Dorian Darch will get through, see out round 1, he'll achieve that, as have 2 of Dubois's previous opponents, but I think that's all which will b said for him, as he has no success at all, and is stopped before the end of the second round, in another mismatch win for Dubois, even if this is over in one round, which wouldn't shock me, it is good for Dubois to stay busy, keep fighting, he has plenty of time before it gets to the now or never stage, in terms of leaping up to the top level, fighting Anthony Joshua.

I think Sherman Williams, a tough guy from the Bahamas, would be a great opponent for Dubois, it wouldn't be too much of a step up, not too soon, because Williams is 45, and his record is 39-15-2, and he hasn't fought for nearly a year, but as his record confirms, he has won over double what he has lost, he is only 5'11, but an absolute tank, is very strong, squat, so not a small heavyweight really, and the interesting point is, Williams has been stopped only once in his 15 losses, and that was in 1999, if Dubois was to stop him, he would be doing something Joseph Parker, Gerald Washington, Christian Hammer couldn't do, but at the same time, Williams isn't a masisve threat (though he does have a fair amount of power, not a great deal though in relative terms), so it would be the perfect increase in competition for Dubois, not too much, too soon, but a fighter who could give him the rounds he could do with getting in the bank, big punchers always have, and always will have the issue that they don't get the rounds, because they keep blasting guys out of there early, but yep, I would say Sherman Williams would be the perfect opponent for Dubois for his next fight, assuming this fight goes as expected.

Champion97's picture

Great performance from Dubois!
In my opinion, that might have been stopped too late, maybe just one punch too late, I understand that it is hard to stop a fight when a guy has just sprung up to his feet and looks mentally steady, but at no point did Darch look like he had any chance of winning that fight, he never had success, he never made Dubois miss, he had just been down twice in quick succession, they were heavy knockdowns, and after getting uo the second time, Darch didn't look quite up to it I don't think.

Dubois impressed me with his speed, footwork, that jab was great, but what stood out in my opinion was the accuracy on that right, he tripled it up in that first round, landed in a series of shots, sustained that power, precision on the shot.