Caroline Dubois picks up third win in five months to take another step in rapid rise to world title shot


CAROLINE DUBOIS continued her rapid rise toward a world title with her third pro win inside five months.

The 2020 Team GB Olympian demolished Tanzania veteran Happy Daudi inside three highlight-reel rounds down on the Bournemouth beach.

Caroline Dubois blasted her way to a third win in five months

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Caroline Dubois blasted her way to a third win in five months

The 21-year-old little sister of heavyweight hulk Daniel dropped the 35-year-old at the start of the third and compassionate referee John Latham stopped the battering soon after.

Ther opener was hard to watch at times as lightweight Dubois raced through the gears and showed off her arsenal of shots.

Daudi was folded into the bottom ropes with one barrage but bounced back up into the assault, without taking a count.

The brave African could have buckled and quit a handful of times but bravely soaked up more digs.

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The second was equally as one-sided and the official looked close to ending the pasting nice and early.

But Daudi absorbed sickening body shots and heads blows without even taking a knee for a moment of respite.

It was hard to enjoy the third as well as the english southpaw constantly peppered her prey and floored her early in the session.

Daudi somehow beat the count and tried to continue but – when pinned in her own blue corner – she tucked up and soaked in too many shots before the ref did his job expertly.

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Bronze banger Frazer Clarke later starched Esteban Bracamonte to put the British heavyweight scene on red alert.

The 30-year-old Tokyo 2020 third winner looked to be at the beginning of a crucial learning fight, with his second pro outing against the grizzle Argentine.

But a bludgeoning left hook sunk the South American to send a shiver through the ranks of the UK giants.





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