All the results from Daniel Dubois vs Ebenezer Tetteh

Queensberry Promotions present Daniel 'Dynamite' Dubois vs Ebenezer Tetteh for the vacant Commonwealth and WBO International Heavyweight Title, live from the historic Royal Albert Hall on September 27.

BBN reported live from ringside at the Queensberry Promotions BT Sport show.

Full fight reports below:


Fight # 1 – 18:30 hrs
4 X 3 Minute Rounds International Lightweight Contest

MOHAMMAD BILAL ALI vs ALEKSANDRS BIRKENBERGS

'The Chosen One' scored his first stoppage win in the third round of his third professional contest. The 23-year-old Londoner moved up to 3-0 in front of teammate Anthony Yarde.

 

Fight # 2
6 X 3 Minute Rounds Heavyweight Contest

JONATHAN PALATA vs CHRIS HEALY

London heavyweight Jonathan Palata moves up to 7-0 with some hard-fought rounds with Chris Healey (8-6) scored at 58-56.

 

Fight # 3
4 X 3 Minute Rounds Super-Lightweight Contest

EITHAN JAMES vs FONZ ALEXANDER

Commonwealth Youth Games Gold medalist Eithan James (1-0) kicked off his pro career with a super skilful 40-36 points win over 100-fight veteran Fonz Alexander (7-102) at the Royal Albert Hall.

18-year-old James is four-time ABA champion from Bromley, trained by Alan Smith and Eddie Lamm at the thriving iBox Gym where Lucien Reid and Dennis McCann train.

 

Fight # 4
8 X 3 Minute Rounds Middleweight Contest

DENZEL BENTLEY vs KELCIE BALL

Denzel Bentley (11-0) continued his devastating run in the middleweight division with a first-round stoppage of Midlands Area title contender Kelcie Ball (10-2). 'Too Sharp' was, well, too sharp for travelling opponent Ball and grabbed the win in just 72 seconds, even though he was pulled aside for a moment and warned by referee Kieran McCann for his roughhouse tactics. Bentley was rushing his work and missing but his relentless attacks were too much for Ball and his left hook failed to miss the target every time.

The 24-year-old Battersea banger pummeled Ball to submission to record his ninth stoppage win from 11 contests and looks set to put the top 160-pounders in Britain on red alert.

 

Fight # 5
8 X 3 Minute Rounds International Super-Middleweight Contest

WILLY HUTCHINSON vs BORISLAV ZANKOV

Willy Hutchinson (10-0) kicked off the action on BT Sport in devastating fashion with a second round TKO win to move his record up to double figures at 10-0. A short left hook after some heavy shots put Zankov (11-27-1) down but he was allowed to continue after rising to his feet. The Scottish 'Braveheart' evaded a wild shot from the Bulgarian light-heavyweight and after another jab and right hand, referee Lee Every jumped in to stop the contest.

David Haye stated from ringside that "It was a punch-perfect performance." He added "These are world class combinations he's putting together."

 

Fight # 6
6 X 3 Minute Rounds International Bantamweight Contest

DENNIS McCANN vs GEORGI GEORGIEV

Georgiev went down twice in the opener but survived to hear the bell sound. However, 'Dennis the Menace' ended matters at 2:53 in the second round. A lunging right hook followed by a straight left was the successful combination for McCann. Georgiev went down for a third time and rose to his feet for a third time, but an ensuing flurry soon forced referee Kieran - no relation - McCann to waive off the contest early.

Dennis McCann, 18 from Maidstone in Kent, looks set to be Britain's next biggest boxing star. He's accurate, hungry, vicious and talented. Definitely one to watch!

 

Fight # 10
4 X 3 Minute Rounds Lightweight Contest

SAM NOAKES vs CHRIS ADAWAY

Maidstone's Sam Noakes (1-0) kicked off his pro career with a third-round TKO win.

Noakes gave Adaway all sorts of problems and suffered a cut courtesy of a crisp Noakes uppercut and was told that he couldn't continue just prior to the fourth and final round commencing due to the severity of the injury.

 

Fight # 7
WBO WORLD FLYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
10 X 2 Minute Rounds

NICOLA ADAMS OBE vs MARIA SALINAS

WBO flyweight champion Nicola Adams (5-0-1) kept her title...just. Boxing's 'First Lady' was held to a draw by experienced Mexican Maria Salinas (21-7-4) with scores of 94-96 against, 97-93 for and 95-95. The crowd booed the result and applauded Salinas as she left the ring. Adams graciously offered her worthy opponent a rematch. The double Olympic champion put the under par performance down to ring rust.

 

Fight # 8
WBO EUROPEAN SUPER-FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
10 X 3 Minute Rounds

ARCHIE SHARP vs DECLAN GERAGHTY

WBO European super-featherweight champion Archie Sharp was slow getting to grips with Dublin’s Declan Geraghty, who took the first three rounds comfortably. The Irishman was bettering the champion in his own back yard, who was cut under the left eye, until a hellish left hook from Sharp nocked the gutsy challenger clean out. Sharp came out swinging in the fourth and Geraghty matched him when he didn't really need to and paid the price for throwing caution to the wind.

It was a cruel change of fates for the Dubliner, who had started so brightly, but the Welling man showed his heart of a champion by pulling out a wondrous punch when trailing on the early scorecards. It has to be said of Sharp that he always finds a way to win and can adapt to any situation within those ropes. He can mix style with wild at click of a finger and it works for him!

The 24-year-old 'Sharpshooter' retained his WBO European strap and notched up a ninth KO from 17 straight wins.

 

Fight # 9
VACANT COMMONWEALTH & WBO INTERNATIONAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
12 X 3 Minute Rounds

DANIEL DUBOIS vs EBENEZER TETTEH

'Dynamite' drops Ghana’s Ebenezer Tetteh in the first round. He gets up but goes down again. Bravely, he rose to his feet but it's all over in the first and Dubois wins the vacant Commonwealth heavyweight crown.

Greenwich powerhouse, Dubois, rammed his stiff jab down Tetteh's throat forcing the unbeaten opponent to cover up and landed a neat one-two to the head, followed seamlessly by a left hook to body and head. Another left hook to the body followed by a right cross upstairs put the African down heavily. He rose to hs feet but didn't look good, so Dubois waged in with seven or eight shots to the head to force him down again and the contest was called off in just two minutes.

Dubois moved up to 13-0 and Tetteh dropped to 19-1. 'DDD' picked him his seventh professional title with the win and notched up a 12th KO from 13 contests.

 

Fight # 11 – Floater # 2
4 X 3 Minute Rounds Super-Middleweight Contest

LEWIS EDMONDSON vs ROBERT STUDZINSKI