Caroline Dubois looks set for a quick return after dazzling again.
The former Team GB Olympian chalked up her third win in the paid code on Saturday night.
Dubois was in action at the Bournemouth International Centre, exclusively live on Sky Sports, as part of the supporting cast to Chris Billam-Smith’s European and Commonwealth cruiserweight title defence against Isaac Chamberlain.
The sister of WBA ‘regular’ heavyweight champion Daniel Dubois, 21, dispatched of Happy Daudi inside three rounds, with referee John Latham calling a halt to the fight after 46 seconds of the third.
But ‘Sweet Caroline’ is about to increase her profile even further when she comes back, having been handed a spot on the undercard of an undisputed world title showdown.
Dubois and promoter Ben Shalom confirmed that her next outing will be on September 10 in London on the undercard of Claressa Shields’ clash against Savannah Marshall.
Shields, the WBC, IBF and WBA champion in the middleweight division, takes on Marshall, the WBO champion, in what is a rematch of her only defeat in boxing.
“I’d love to fight on that show,” Dubois says. “I feel like I’m enjoying the pro ranks more and more and I feel like I just need to settle on throwing punches with more bad intentions and that’s what I was doing here.”
Shalom praised Dubois while confirming her appearance on a card that will also feature the female super-featherweight unification showdown between Mikaela Mayer and Alycia Baumgardner. Mayer holds the WBO crown, with Baumgardner being the current custodian of the WBC and IBO titles.
“What a performance,” Shalom said of the youngster. “Every time she steps in the ring, she impresses. September 10, she’ll be on the card.”
Dubois is excited to showcase her skills on one of the biggest stages of them all as Sky Sports looks to lead the way for the next generation of stars.
“It’s a mad card,” she added. “It’s got great fighters coming over. It’s not just great female fighters, just great fighters in general and anyone that loves boxing needs to tune in.”