British Daniel Dubois (18-1, 17 KOs) is the new World Boxing Association (WBA) heavyweight world champion, defeated American Trevor Bryan (22-1, 15 KOs) by knockout in four rounds at the Miami Jai Alai Casino in Miami, Florida.
From the first bell Dubois went all out on his opponent, threw the jab very well, finished off with the right and in just 30 seconds of the fight had put the now former world champion in bad conditions.
Bryan survived as he could, cornered on the ropes and there he held all the arsenal of his enemy.
Dubois came out with the same eagerness in the second round, but now he worked more the middle area of Bryan, who at the end of the round could barely release a power punch.
In the third round not much happened, the two contenders saved their breath. In the fourth round then Bryan again loosened the ropes and aimed his cannons at Bryan’s humanity, who no longer felt the hard but the dense.
A right from the challenger sent the American to the ropes, there Dubois punished him with a left hook and finished him off with a straight right, Bryan fell to the canvas with his eyes lost, he tried to get up, but the referee Bill Clancy seeing that he could not even with his soul decided to stop the fight.
Dubois shares the championship
With this result, Daniel Dubois wins the regular World Boxing Association heavyweight title. The super champion belt of the same organization is held by Oleksandr Usyk.