Daniel Dubois seems to have the full package as a fighter. He is big and strong, technically decent and still improving and most importantly; He carries tremendous power, the kind of power that ends a fight with one shot. Many people believe he will carry the division once Joshua, Fury and Wilder hangs them up and that might well be the case. He seems very focused and mature for his tender age of 22. So far he has compiled a record of 13 wins, no losses and 12 of them coming by knockout. The opponent tonight is Kyotaro Fujimoto (21-1) from Japan. Fujimota has been very happy all of fight week being out sightseeing in London and seems happy to just be getting this opportunity to fight in England. His lone loss came 2012 and since then he has racked up 16 straight wins so his confidence must be back up. However, when you look closer on his record you see that the guys he has been facing since his loss are all mediocre fighters at best. To be really honest, the opponents he faced before his loss was not very impressive either. The one time he lost was against a fellow called Solomon Haunono from Australia.
Fujimota will give it a good try against Dubois but there is just no way he can win this fight and quite frankly no way he lasts the distance. The pick is Daniel Dubois to win by ko/tko.