Frank Warren believes his newly crowned British heavyweight champion Daniel Dubois needs to keep on the learning curve as a pathway to navigate his way through Boxing's blue-riband division, writes Ziad Chaudry.

The 21-year-old from Greenwich, who is trained by Martin Bowers at East London's famous old Peacock Gym, produced an superior display throughout to dismantle the very game and fellow Warren stablemate Nathan Gorman in five rounds at his local The O2 venue last Saturday.

Dubois sent the Cheshire native down for the second and final time with a couple of jabs followed by an powerful overhand right.

"Every fight is a learning fight," said a delighted Dubois who advances to 12-0.

"Right now I've still got a lot to improve on but its good getting the British title and it was a good win.

"I was very confident with my power and it worked tonight. I felt him fading. I just need to keep working and every fight is a learning fight for me."

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His promoter Frank Warren hopes to get Dubois out again on September 21 at Copper Box Arena, Stratford. He believe the best man won in the contest billed as 'the battle of the two best British heavyweight prospects' last Saturday.

"Two youngest guys ever to fight for a British heavyweight title and it was fantastic," he said. "For me Daniel I said from day one I think he is the future of British heavyweight boxing.

"For Daniel now it's onwards and upwards and keep learning.

"I'm going to get him out again in September and just keep him busy.

"He's just to keep learning, he's only a kid he's 21, just learning and learning and learning working in the gym and that's what you get out of it.

"And hats off to Martin Bowers, he's done an excellent job on him.

"Daniel Dubois I think in with anybody if he hits them they'll go."

On the undercard it was a pretty good night for all our local boxers.

Welling's Archie Sharp continued his march towards a British title shot after easily outpointing Scotland's Jordan McCorry 98-91 over 10 round to claim the WBO European super-featherweight title.

Bromley's young bantamweight prospect Dennis McCann claimed his second pro victory over Jerson Larios, Sydenham heavyweight Jonathan Palata moved to 6-0 after stopping Ferenc Zsalek in one round and Bexley's welterweight Mickey Burke Jr scored a winning debut over Michael Williams.