DANIEL DUBOIS is likely to be outside when he follows at London & rsquo to emulate his heavy weight heroes .
The emerging heavyweight prospect will probably face Razvan Cojanu if professional boxing returns there for the second time in 20 years on Friday March 8, live on BT Sport.
Muhammad Ali boxed exhibition games the Magic of Ali, to London at the venue at Farewell in 1971 and 1979.
British heavyweight greats Lennox Lewis, Frank Bruno, Henry Cooper, Joe Bugner, Don Cockell and Tommy Farr all fought there.
And in 1968, Theotis Martin’s win against fellow American Thad Spencer is widely thought of as one of the most exciting heavyweight screenplay . Primo Carnera also included there six occasions
Now unbeaten Dubois intends to show that he belongs one of those elite if he faces california-based Romanian Cojanu (16-5) in the venue that’s almost 150 years old.
Dubois said: for me to fight in a venue that so many of my heroes have fought & ldquo; It & rsquo; s going to be a moment.
“Frank Bruno, Lennox Lewis, Henry Cooper and the greatest of these all, Muhammad Ali have boxed there.
“I & rsquo; m excited to kick this year off in a venue and It’s amazing and I will be happy to be joining that list. ”
Cojanu extended rsquo & Dubois;s competitor Nathan Gorman at December taking him that the 12 round distance at Manchester Arena to the Josh Warrington-Carl Frampton undercard.
And Dubois states that the thought of going one better compared to Gorman and knocking outside Cojanu is all the motivation he wants to make it an ideal ten wins as a professional.
When experienced Kevin Johnson became the first person to move the distance with him durable ten 25, 2-1, dubois boxed in October.
Dubois included. I believe my power and speed will soon be major in this struggle.
“also, although ” I still have got to pick up where I left off correct some matters and become diligent. ”
Elsewhere on the show, Nicola Adams OBE will appear to Create history and be the very first feminine crowned World Champio at the venue because she challenges on International Women&rsquo. Liam Williams sets his newly won British Middleweight Title on the line against Brentwood bruiser Joe Mullender. Archie Sharp defends 14-0 unbeaten record and his WBO European Super Featherweight title against 11-0 Lucas Ballingall. Johnny Garton will also be defending his British Welterweight Title.
Tickets are priced out of pound & amp;40 and so are on hand to buy via RoyalAlbertHall.com