Boxer Ebenezer Tetteh beleives he will not be intimidated by the hulking presence of Daniel Dubois in the opposite corner when the pair collide with the vacant Commonwealth heavyweight title at stake on Friday September 27.
The Royal Albert Hall provides a historic setting for what should be an explosive title encounter as Dubois bids to win a seventh championship belt in just his 13th professional fight.
The unbeaten Tetteh, who has 16 KOs to his name from 19 fights, suspects previous opponents of the 22-year-old Londoner have considered themselves beaten before entering the ring.
According to Boxing website BoxingScene.com, Tetteh insists he will meet fire with fire and will not go into retreat once trading commences and says his own punching potency will shock Dubois, who has stopped all bar one of his 12 opponents to date.
“Daniel Dubois has never tasted power like mine," said the 31-year-old from Accra. "He thinks he is going to walk in and I will be on the backfoot. Once I start landing he will realise he is very wrong.”
Tetteh went on to stoke the fires further by labelling Dubois as a 'scared boy'.
“I am not like other opponents. People get in the ring with Daniel and get scared. The difference is that I see Daniel for what he really is. He is not a scary man, he is a scared boy.”