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Rising heavyweight Daniel Dubois (7-0, 7 KO) has stopped every opponent so far in his young career and is considered to be one of the most, if not the most, dangerous heavyweight prospect out there.

Why?

Let’s have a look.

5. Dubois bulldozes through Blaise Mendouo

Dubois showed merciless ring characteristics in his second pro fight against Blaise Mendouo and swarmed on his opponent in the second round with a flurry of power punches. 

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