Exchanging some solid combinations and just missing his trainer’s chin on numerous occasions during a video posted by the WBSS, Dorticos eventually connected and dropped him hard.
Fortunately the pad man seemed to be okay despite being floored by a 6ft 3ins 200 pounds KO artist with 21 stoppages from 22 wins.
— WBSuperSeries (@WBSuperSeries) December 30, 2017
In his most recent bout, Dorticos took out Dmitry Kudryashov in just two rounds of their quarter-final clash, displaying the kind of power that has a massive portion of the cruiserweight division on notice.
On February 3, the Cuban aims to add the IBF version currently in possession of Murat Gassiev to his WBA belt and set-up a final clash with either Alexsandr Usyk or Mairis Briedis in May, 2018.