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Live Reporting

By Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks and goodbye

    That's all for today, time to go.

    Thanks for joining us and for all your comments. Hope to see you all again for some more boxing in 2020. Bye for now.

  2. Dubois wins again with brutal knockout - read the report

    Dubois

    British heavyweight Daniel Dubois extended his unbeaten record with a stunning knockout win over Kyotaro Fujimoto at London's Copper Box Arena.

    Dubois, 22, has been widely tipped to emerge as a contender for a world title and dominated his Japanese opponent, flooring him with a jab in round two.

    Fujimoto got back to his feet but a brutal right hand left him in need of medical attention on the canvas.

    "I landed a sweet shot and that was goodnight," said Dubois.

    "I just thought after the first couple of shots I had to pace myself and let him come to me. I knew I had the power and was really confident in what I was going to do."

  3. Tommy Fury wins in 62 seconds on ring return - read the report

    Tommy Fury

    Tommy Fury stopped Przemyslaw Binienda in just 62 seconds in his first bout since appearing on Love Island.

    The 20-year-old - the younger brother of former world heavyweight champion Tyson - had not competed since March.

    And against Binienda, who entered with 26 defeats from 28 bouts - a solid right hand to the temple floored the Polish fighter inside 20 seconds. An onslaught delivered a second knockdown before the bout was waved off with Binienda being overwhelmed.

    Light-heavyweight Fury was trained by his father John for the third bout of his professional career after parting company with former two-weight world champion Ricky Hatton.

    He was cheered on from ringside by partner Molly Mae-Hague - who he met on ITV 2's Love Island show - and told BT Sport after his win: "It feels absolutely amazing.

    "I wasn't looking for a knockout at all, I was going to box to a gameplan. I would not be here without this man to my left, my dad. It's father and son and we are going to the top. This year I have gained a lovely soul mate in Molly and I've ended the year on a big knockout. More of the same in 2020."

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    Greg Double: Admittedly the opponent was not up to much, but when a heavyweight is knocking people down with jabs, you've got a talent. Daniel Dubois - time to kick on in 2020. [2016 Olympic gold medallist Tony] Yoka, Joyce, Hughie Fury fights feel "right level"

  5. Dubois v Joyce in 2020?

    Frank Warren, Dubois' manager, and Sam Jones, who looks after Joe Joyce, are chatting ringside.

    Maybe we could be having that tasty all-British heavyweight fight in April or May. The O2 Arena in the spring / summer?

    Joyce has a trip to Germany to negotiate first though as he fights Marco Huck for the European belt in Hannover on 11 January. If Joyce loses that then that could change everything.

  6. 'I landed a sweet shot'

    Dubois beats Fujimoto inside two rounds

    Daniel Dubois speaks to BT Sport: "I just thought after the first couple of shots I had to pace myself and let him come to me. I knew I had the power and was really confident in what I was going to do.

    "I landed a sweet shot and that was goodnight.

    "If I keep collecting nice belts I won't be too far off. These will help get me in a mandatory position."

    Promoter Frank Warren: "We are going to do a big show at the O2 Arena in April which will feature Daniel and I hope it will be a big fight for him. We have made offers to a lot of top British guys. We have offered Dereck Chisora. He'd have no problem facing a Dillian Whyte or a Joe Joyce."

    Joe Joyce, a pundit on BT Sport, then sounds like he is keen. Both unbeaten, both British. That would be some fight. But is it too early in their careers and should we save it for a bit further down the road for a bigger show?

  7. Post update

    This is good news. Fujimoto is now back on his feet and congratulates the victor. Two minutes and 10 seconds of round two is all it takes for Dubois to get his 14th win in 14 fights, with 13 of them inside the distance.

  8. Post update

    Fujimoto is now sitting on a stool in the corner, but still looking dazed at what has just happened to him.

    A crushing knockout.

  9. Post update

    Seeing the right cross that ended it. Incredible shot from Dubois. That would've floored many, many better heavyweights than Fujimoto.

  10. Post update

    Fujimoto is in the corner getting some oxygen. These are worrying moments.

  11. BreakingDubois wins via brutal knock out

    It's all over in the second. Fujimoto tries to throw a punch but gets caught flush in the face and it is a perfect shot from Dubois.

    Fujimoto down and out. Dubois wins.

  12. Post update

    This is getting brutal. Fujimoto a punchbag, taking heavy shots to the head.

  13. Fujimoto down from a jab

    Within a minute of the second Fujimoto is seated on the canvas. A jab does the damage. The Japanese fighter gets back up and we continue, but for how much longer?

  14. Post update

    Round 1

    All Dubois in that opening round. Nothing dangerous from the Japanese fighter. This is looking like Dubois can win this any time he wants to. One gone. It already looks a huge task for Fujimoto.

  15. Post update

    Fujimoto is at least flexible and he needs to be to swerve out of the way of some clubbing right hands. But then he eats a straight right and bounces off the ropes.

  16. Post update

    Fujimoto already looks out of his depth here.