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Dubois devours Snijders

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AS expected, highly touted young heavyweight Daniel Dubois blasted through Ricardo Snijders with minimal fuss at the BT Sport Studio, needing just three minutes and 20 seconds to dispatch the outgunned Dutchman.

Heerlen’s Snijders – a late replacement for the far more accomplished Erik Pfeifer – was out of his depth from the get-go. Having primarily competed at cruiserweight, he found Dubois’ punishing power simply too much to handle.

Thudding jabs caused Snijders to

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