DANIEL DUBOIS brutally demolished Joe Cusumano with a first-round knockout in front of a whole new audience of fans.
The heavyweight prospect – renowned for barley even having a mobile phone – featured on YouTuber Jake Paul’s undercard.
If it was new surroundings for Dubois heading into the fight, it was the same old story when the first bell sounded.
The Brit, 23, made it 16 KOs in his 17 wins and got his second win since defeat to Joe Joyce, 35, in November.
Dubois made his American debut alongside Love Island star Tommy Fury, 22, who beat MMA fighter Anthony Taylor, 32, earlier in the night.
And the softly-spoken but devastatingly hard-hitting Londoner announced himself in the US in fine fashion.
Cusumano, who was 19-3, looked to have been beaten during the first meaningful trade as a Dubois right hand over the top dropped him.
But the American was just able to beat the referees count as it got to nine, but the writing was on the wall.
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Moments later, with Cusumano backed up against the ropes a massive double jab followed by a right hand once more scored a knockdown.
Again, the count was beaten, but Dubois smelt blood and a right hand while Cusumano sat on the ropes finally closed the show.
After the win, he called out Trevor Bryan, 32, who holds the WBA’s secondary ‘Regular’ title.
Dubois said: “Look at me now, I’m back and I’m ready to go.
“Whoever is next. Maybe Trevor Bryan. He’s got a title I want. But whoever. Come one, come all.”