Boxing: Daniel Dubois vs Tetteh

Tonight Friday, heavyweights Daniel Dubois and Ebenezer Tetteh will meet at London's Royal Albert Hall to box out the vacant Commonwealth Title.  Today the weighing was on the program.

In the highest weight category of boxing are currently so many young men in the advent, the real ambitions have the world's top.  The Brit Daniel Dubois (12-0-0, 11 KOs) is in the middle of it and certainly one of the most talented boxers of his guild.  At the age of 22 at the beginning of his career, he was able to achieve a very impressive victory over arch rival Nathan Gorman, which he stopped in the fifth round of their battle.  Now, however, the motto is "carry on", because the young man from London wants to develop steadily.  On Friday he gets it with the undefeated Ghanaian Ebenezer Tetteh (19-0-0, 16 KOs) to do.

Not the first opponent from the West African country that Dubois has had before.  In April he met the powerful H√ľnen Richard Lartey - "Dynamite" won after a fun exchange.  At the time, this Lartey weighed almost 110 kg, whereas Tetteh is much lighter at 98.4 kg.  Dubois, with its own 108.8 kg, now has clear physical advantages over its counterparty.  For Tetteh it is also the first fight ever outside Accra, the capital of Ghana.  Anything but a home warrior's victory would be a big surprise. 
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