Cleveland – Promising British heavyweight contender Daniel Dubois (17-1, 16 KOs) made his U.S. debut a la mode, demolition Juiseppe Angelo Cusumano (19-4, 17 KOs) 3 times en route to a first-round stoppage. Dubois landed nearly everything he threw on the overmatched Cusumano, who was finished off by a barrage of punches 2:10 into the fight.
Their contest was featured on Showtime Pay-Per-View, as a part of the undercard to the special attraction main event between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley. Dubois has now won two consecutive fights since dropping his lone contest to the undefeated Joe Joyce in an exciting 2020 fight. thereupon loss within the rearview, Dubois is now looking ahead to greater and better fights.
“You don’t get purchased over time,” said Dubois. “I had an excellent performance and had the simplest training camp ever. I would like to fight for a world title. I would like to fight the simplest. It’s getting to come soon. Whoever’s next. I would like to fight for a world title.” Dubois’ promoter, Frank Warren, would really like to urge his boxer a crack the WBA’s “regular” champion, undefeated Trevor Bryan.
Warren would really like the sanctioning body to order the fight, as Dubois is the favorite contender under the sanctioning body. Bryan, who is promoted by Don King, has been very inactive within a previous couple of years. He’s made one defense of the title since 2018 when he picked up an eleventh round stoppage of former world champion Bermane Stiverne back in January of this year.