British heavyweight champion Daniel Dubois (12-0, 11 KOs) will attempt to add a seventh title in 13 contests when he clashes with Ebenezer Tetteh (19-0, 16 KOs) in his next fight.
BBN have provided all the details viewers need to tune in and watch the heavyweight title fight on the same day in history that William the Conqueror and his army set sail from the mouth of the Somme river to begin their successful Norman conquest of England:
The bout takes place on September 27
It takes place at the Royal Albert Hall in Kensington, London
12 three-minute heavyweight rounds
The vacant Commonwealth heavyweight title, last held by Joe Joyce, is available for the victor
UK fight fans can expect ‘DDD’ and the unbeaten Ghanaian to make their ringwalks any time after 10pm (GMT)
Coverage will be live on BT Sport
You can watch the Queensberry Promotions event online via BT Sport website. You can also keep up date with the action by following the BT Sport Boxing account on Twitter, as well as the official Frank Warren Twitter account.
Nicola Adams (5-0, 3KOs) has a tentative agreement to meet the winner of the August 16 clash between Argentina’s IBF World flyweight champion Leonela Paola Yudica (16-0-3) and Mexican Isabel Millan (25-5-1), who Adams previously beat for WBO interim title, shortly before being elevated to WBO world female flyweight champion.
If the winner is unavailable for the scheduled date then 'The Lioness' will defend her WBO crown instead of a unification showdown.
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Press Conference Quotes
Daniel Dubois said, “I’m following in some pretty big footsteps like Lennox Lewis and Muhammad Ali who fought at the Royal Albert Hall, although Ali boxed exhibitions.
"Myself fighting there is testament to the work I put in to be successful. I want to climb to the top and be world heavyweight champion. The only way to do that is to come through these guys like Tetteh and win well. I feel the best is yet to come.
Beating Nathan Gorman was a good win. Some things I did well like pumping the jab out and I was very determined. My overall strength and ability was too much for him.
I feel I’m getting close to my goal of being world champion. It’s nice that the hard work I put in is getting rewards. I’m on a journey and loving it. If he is like another Ghanaian I boxed, Richard Lartey I need to sharpen up on a few things and I might get him out of there quicker.”
Dubois, 21 from Greenwich, has already bagged the WBC Youth World; Southern Area; English; WBO European; WBO Global; and the British heavyweight title - all in just a dozen bouts. He now vies to win a seventh title in his 13th contest against heavy-handed Tetteh, 31 from Accra, currently unbeaten in 19 bouts.
Tettah will be the second Ghanaian opposition attempting to derail Dubois, who stopped his countryman Richard Lartey in April to win the WBO Global title. Tettah has collected the WBO African heavyweight title in 2017 as well as the Ghanaian cruiserweight championship in the same year, and the WBA Pan African light-heavyweight title in 2014.
The West African boxer has only experienced his last three fights at heavyweight
Betting Odds Supplied by 888Sport
Daniel Dubois vs Ebenezer Tettah
12x3 Commonwealth heavyweight title
Nicola Adams vs Haskell Lydell Rhodes
10x2 WBO World female flyweight title