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Daniel Dubois Delivers on Promises with Tenth-Round Stoppage of Jarrell Miller

Daniel Dubois fulfilled his pre-fight promises in a spectacular fashion, securing a tenth-round stoppage victory over Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller in a highly anticipated heavyweight showdown at the Kingdom Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

From the outset, Dubois, the former WBA 'Regular' heavyweight titlist, asserted his dominance, building an early lead and showcasing his superior boxing skills. As the fight progressed, Dubois continued to control the pace, landing significant shots and maintaining his composure.

Despite facing occasional resistance from Miller, Dubois remained focused on his goal of securing a stoppage victory. In the tenth round, Dubois unleashed a relentless assault, rocking Miller with powerful combinations that left his opponent unable to continue.

Referee Michael Alexander stepped in to stop the fight at 2:52 of the tenth round, declaring Dubois the winner by technical knockout.

The victory marked a significant milestone for Dubois, who bounced back from a tough defeat to WBA/IBF/WBO heavyweight titlist Oleksandr Usyk just four months prior. With this win, Dubois improved his record to 20-2 (19KOs), reaffirming his status as a top contender in the heavyweight division.

For Miller, the loss brought an end to his three-fight win streak as he fell to 26-1-1 (22KOs). Despite the defeat, Miller showed sportsmanship in defeat, acknowledging Dubois' skill and performance.

Dubois' impressive victory was part of an eight-fight Pay-Per-View show that also featured high-profile bouts such as Anthony Joshua vs. Otto Wallin and Deontay Wilder vs. Joseph Parker. The event showcased the depth of talent in the heavyweight division, setting the stage for future exciting matchups in the sport.


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