The belts keep on coming for Daniel Dubois.

The Greenwich heavyweight collected professional boxing title number seven and eight the Commonwealth and WBO International mantles after easily disposing Ghana's Ebenezer Tetteh in one round at Royal Albert Hall, West Kensington last Friday, writes Ziad Chaudry.

After twice putting down the 31-year-old Ghanian referee Mark Lyson had no hesitation than to call the contest off in 2:10 and award Dubois his thirteenth straight pro success.

"I did what I had to do," said the 22-year-old who is promoted by Frank Warren. "I worked the jab and basically everything I practise in training I put it into here so all credit to my trainers, my dad and everyone behind in the team.

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And being patient on fight night was obviously the key to Dubois latest victory.

"After every fight I am improving so the jab was just a product of all the work I've been doing in the gym and keeping busy as a fighter," he continued. "I'm relaxed a lot more in the ring so the more relaxed you are the more power you generate and I shown that."

On the undercard Welling's very own 'Sharpshooter' Archie Sharp scored a stunning fourth round knockout of Irishman Declan Geraghty to retain his WBO European super-featherweight title.

The 24-year-old, who advances to 17 straight victories, knew he would produce this type of finish. He overcame a slow start to finish the job in devastating style.

"I've been visualising that day when that fight got announced," he said. "I'm a great man master and it was something I was working on for ages. That was a shot I was working on and it was a matter of time of landing it.

"Fair play to Declan, I had a lot to work on for the first couple of rounds as I was down on the scorecards. A great result, a great finish. I made a massive statement here and he is a very good fighter."

The domestic super-featherweight scene is currently full of exceptional fighters with fellow stablemate current British champion Sam 'Bullet' Bowen and Commonwealth ruler Zelfa Barrett leading the way but Sharp is pretty keen to face WBO World champion USA's Jamel Herring.

"There is some amazing fighters out in the domestic level for sure but across the Atlantic Jamel Herring, the WBO World champion has been mentioning my name," the Welling man continued. "I'll be a fool not to pursue that. It's a fight I know I can go out and win. I can be a WBO world champion and I can come back and fight all the domestic fighters because the WBO world title will be over here in the UK."

Two Bromley-based iBox Gym boxers also won their respective bouts. Dennis McCann, 18, stopped Bulgaria's Georgi Georgiev in two rounds while Sam Noakes defeated Chris Adaway in round three.