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Meet the bone-chilling ‘Ring destroyer’! British heavyweight sensation Daniel Dubois destroys foe in, Mike Tyson style, in seconds

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Dubois recorded his fifth consecutive knockout since beginning his career just five months back
He battered opponent AJ Carter to submission in the first minute of the first round in London Sep, 16
Paramedics rushed to the ring to tend to Carter, who was knocked down three times inside 48 seconds
The final onslaught had a devastated Carter falling face-first to the canvas
Daniel Dubois 'the new Tyson'Meet Daniel Dubois, the new ‘Tyson’

Watch out Anthony Joshua! As a new British heavyweight boxing sensation Daniel Dubois just recorded his fifth consecutive knockout in his burgeoning five months ago career, signalling his intentions with a devastating performance, September 16, in London, UK.
After the fight ended abruptly within the first minute of the first round, paramedics rushed to the ring to tend to a dazed, AJ Carter, who was knocked down three times inside 48 seconds, including a finishing blow that saw him fall face-first to the canvas.

A frightening illustration of the power of a man being compared with Mike Tyson.
It wasn’t the fastest finish of Dubois’ professional career,  in his debut Marcus Kelly was knocked out in 35 seconds.  40 seconds was all it took to dispatch David Howe in his third fight
“He’s the hardest-punching heavyweight I’ve seen for years,” Dubois’ promoter, Frank Warren, said after the fight.
“I really mean that. You go back to the Mike Tyson days … that’s what he’s doing. Every punch he throws … it’s a punch, as they say in the old adage, with bad intentions.”
Mike Tyson leaves his mark on then British and European heavyweight cahamp  Frank Bruno 2 .jpgHard hitting Mike Tyson [right], leaves his mark on then British and European heavyweight champ Frank Bruno [left]. That fight saw the end of Bruno’s career
Intro at the AJ Carter [right] vs Daniel Dubois [backing camera] fight in London, UK Sept 16It starts with a stare down as  Daniel Dubois [backing camera] squares off with AJ Carter [right], before their fight Sept. 16 in London, UK
 Daniel Dubois measures AJ Carter  for a stiff right.jpgIn seconds Dubois [left], measures Carter [right], for a stiff right
Boxing analyst Steve Bunce was similarly paid glowing tribute to Dubois, who is rumored to have once knocked down heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua in sparring.

“He is the hardest single punch hitter in Britain right now, possibly the world,” Bunce said.
Dubois seemed take it all in stride: “I was very focused and I trained very hard so I expected that of myself,” he said. “I’ve thrown better [punches], but I’m just trying to improve all the time because whoever they land on will go down. I hope he’s OK, and I hope he recovers. … It was quick and it’s better that way when I go out there and do the business in the first round.
“I just want to get it over and done with straightaway. As soon as the first bell rings, I want to get this fight over and done. … I just go out there and do my job.”
The one-sided contest prompted one Twitter user to joke “so that’s why my plumber didn’t turn up,”.
Until they stepped into the ring, Carter at with a record of 8-3 looked like a good test, on paper at least, considering he once was a 6-0 fighter.

Daniel Dubois lands a haymaker on AJ Carter Dubois [backing camera] throws a human wrecking ball over Carter’s defense
Daniel Dubois sends AJ Carter to sleepThe crunching haymaker connects, Carter is stunned

Warren said it has not been easy finding worthy opponents to provide stiffer tests, for the prospect.
“He is a puncher. He’s a big puncher. He can box as well. He’s got a superb jab,” Warren said. “The other guy came to fight … [but] obviously in that very short space of time, it’s over. Of course I’d like to see him get some rounds under his belt, but we’re going to have to find someone with a cast-iron chin.”
Dubois was originally touted as a gold-medal prospect at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, but his advisers had him going professional in 2017 because he is good enough to do to make an impression in the heavyweight ranks.
“I would have loved to have represented Great Britain in Tokyo and if the Games had been next year, I wouldn’t have had a problem,” Dubois told British media.
“But I couldn’t wait nearly four years. I know I’m going to learn so much more as a professional fighter. By the time 2020 comes around, I expect to be world heavyweight champion.”

AJ Carter is soon on the canvas 1Carter finds himself paying a visit to on the canvas, for the second time, within 30 seconds of the first round
It's lights out for AJ CarterLights out. It’s all over within the first minute of the fight
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