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Watch Daniel Dubois vs Richard Lartey Live Stream | BT Sport Fight Night Boxing

Watch Daniel Dubois vs Richard Lartey Live Stream | BT Sport Fight Night Boxing

Daniel Dubois vs Richard Lartey Live Stream

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Daniel Dubois comes back to activity against Richard Lartey today around evening time as he hopes to stretch out his immaculate expert record to 11-0.




The 21-year-old fixed the ninth knockout triumph of his profession last break against Razvan Cojanu in two rounds at the Royal Albert Hall in March.

That battle spoke to another progression up in class for the Londoner, with Cojanu trying for the WBO heavyweight title as of late as May 2017 against Joseph Parker.

Dubois’ past battle faced the solid Kevin Johnson, a previous rival of Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury who hung on each of the 10 adjusts before losing on a points choice.




Ghana’s Lartey, whose just annihilation got through damage upheld retirement, trusts Dubois has been spoon-sustained poor resistance be that as it may.

Trusting he himself has been a kept away from man in the heavyweight division, he has promised to convey a stun in the capital.

Date, UK begin time and scene

Dubois versus Lartey happens on Saturday April 27 at the SSE Arena, Wembley.

The headliner battle is relied upon to get in progress at roughly 10pm, contingent upon how undercard battles create.




Television station and live stream

The battle will be communicated only in the UK on BT Sport 1.

BT Sport endorsers will almost certainly stream the match online through the video player and the BT Sport application.

Undercard activity gets in progress at 8pm.




Wagering chances | Provided by Betfair | Subject to change (UK and Ireland as it were)

Fight odds

Dubois win: 1/50

Lartey win: 12/1

Draw: 33/1

Snap here to put down a wager.

Prediction

Dubois is gaining quick ground and is viewed as one of the heavyweight’s most splendid youthful gifts.

While Lartey may have a point over a portion of his past adversaries – see Dubois’ chilling knockout success over AJ Carter in 2017 – the Johnson and Cojanu battles have spoken to reasonable tests he has passed easily.




Having rediscovered his dangerous touch last break, knockout no.10 could be en route this end of the week.

Undercard

Lerrone Richards versus Tommy Langford

Zak Chelli versus Jimmy Smith

Jack Catterall versus Miroslav Serban

Bright Edwards versus Pedro Matos

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