Daniel Dubois on Saturday claimed his first major English title as he totally battered and stop a decent Heavyweight Tom Little in the fifth round and also winning his English Heavyweight title. Before these two entered the ring tonight, there was a bit of history between the two. Both men previously sparred in training with eighteen-ounce gloves. Little seemed to believe based on the sparring session, his opponent was a bit “overrated.”
Frank Warren, Dubois’ promoter, said that a fight against Nathan Gorman, the WBC International, and former English champion, could be on the cards within 18 months.
After DDD’s fight Nathan Gorman Tweeted out that DDD will not beat him:
He will not beat me.
— Nathan Gorman (@GormanBoxing) June 23, 2018
Fans have clamored for the contest, but the Hall of Fame man Warren believes it will generate more money for both fighters if it happens further down the line.
"I say we do Dubois-Gorman next year. @GormanBoxing was fantastic last week, and @DynamiteDubois was fantastic tonight. You can imagine next year they'd fill @TheO2 up" @frankwarren_tv #DuboisLittle
— BoxNation (@boxnationtv) June 23, 2018
“I feel ready. But I leave that up to my promoter Frank [Warren] and my manager Martin Bowers, they know best for me,” Dubois said.