DYNAMITE Daniel Dubois demolished Trevor Bryan inside four thrilling rounds and called for a cracker with Dillian Whyte.
The 24-year-old Brit went back to States for his second consecutive fight on US soil and robbed the American of his watered down version of the WBA heavyweight title, with an almost perfect display to move to 18-1.
With WBC king Tyson Fury enjoying a year off to decide his next move and Anthony Joshua rematching Oleksandr Usyk for his old WBA, IBF and WBO crowns this summer, the four major titles are tied up.
So DDD wants a UK homecoming against one of our top stars and trainer Shane McGuigan said the 34-year-old Brixton Body Snatcher is the chief target.
With his new belt over his giant shoulder, the powerhouse purred: “It feels brilliant, I have worked so hard for this and I finally knocked him out.
“It will be amazing to get home, I can now make massive fights in the future – bring them all on because now I am ready.”
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Bryan was a brave opponent but, after surviving a few jabs in the opening round, things started to unravel.
And by the time the KO came he had started to resemble chunky, bald compatriot Homer Simpson who had a horrible boxing career as a human punchbag.
Dubois added: "This will make me a better fighter, when you win a title you go to the next level.
"Dillian Whyte, Joseph Parker, all those names… they're all on my hit list."
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Dubois might have been extra fired up by the Bryan fan in the small crowd who could easily be heard constantly screaming that the Englishman was a quitter with a vulnerable eye.
The barb was in reference to the 2020 defeat to Joe Joyce, when Dubois took a knee and a ten-count after suffering an injury to his orbital bone.
But there was no sign of physical or mental fragility as he slowly broke brave Bryan down with left looks that robbed him of his senses and his belt.
The final combination was a thudding left hook and, just as Bryan was collapsing, there was time to add a right hand for good measure.
The stumbling 34-year-old climbed to his feet and claimed he wanted to carry on.
But he was saved from his own courage by a wise referee who knew his race was run and Dubois could make a serious mess of him if given the chance.
Promoter Frank Warren now has the task of trying to coax free agent Whyte away from DAZN and Sky.
And fans can hope Dubois' blood splattered comeback trail continues with a show back in Blighty against a fellow Brit banger.
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