Daniel Dubois won the English title and proceeded with his ascent towards heavyweight boxing's greatest names with a fifth-round stoppage of opponent Nathan Gorman.
The 21-year-old Londoner displayed his capacity at his city's O2 Field, scoring a thump down in the third round.
Gorman - thundered on by his cousin Tyson Anger from ringside - endure yet was dropped by a privilege to his sanctuary in the fifth and the battle was waved off.
"I was sure about my capacity," said Dubois. "I felt him blurring."
Dubois, who presently has 12 wins - 11 through knockout - as an expert, included: "I simply need to continue working and each battle is a learning battle for me."
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Dubois has been tipped as a future danger to the top heavyweights however this was - on paper - his hardest task given 23-year-old Gorman had 16 wins and no thrashings to his name.
Advertiser Straight to the point Warren said he would not like to make the battle as he wanted to rather construct the profile of his two heavyweight prospects further before they shared a ring.
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