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BOXXER Fighter Profiles: Caroline Dubois

A very successful amateur, becoming England's first ever World Youth Olympics champion, Caroline Dubois has made a fine start to her professional career and is unbeaten in her first nine bouts.

Introducing "Sweet Caroline" Dubois...

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NameCaroline Dubois
Nickname'Sweet Caroline'
Place of BirthLondon, England
Weight DivisionSuper-bantamweight
Height5ft 5 1/2in
Professional Fights9
Professional Wins9
Professional Losses0

Professional Boxing Record 

Caroline Dubois has a professional boxing record of 9-0:

  • Miranda Reyes (W - UD) 3rd February 2024, Wembley Arena, London.
  • Magali Rodriguez (W - UD) - 30th September 2023, York Hall, Bethnal Green.
  • Yanina Lescano (W - PTS) - 16th June 2023, York Hall, Bethnal Green.
  • Feriche Mashaury (W - TKO, R3) - 11th February 2023, Wembley Arena.
  • Sofia Rodriguez (W - TKO, R1) - 17th December 2022, Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth.
  • Milena Koleva (W - TKO, R5) - 15th October 2022, O2 Arena, London.
  • Happy Daudi (W - TKO, R3) - 30th July 2022,  Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth.
  • Martina Horgasz (W - TKO, R1) - 16th March 2022, Wembley Arena, London.
  • Vaida Maisokaite (W - PTS) - 5th February 2022, Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff.

Getting to know...Caroline Dubois

We sat down with Caroline Dubois to talk all things boxing...

Who are your favourite boxers of all time, perhaps inspiring you to start boxing?

I started boxing because my brother (Daniel Dubois) did boxing and so I was always very interested in it. There was always a massive buzz around the house whenever my brother was fighting, my dad would bring round the fight video and everyone would watch it. I suppose I just fell into it.

What has been your favourite fight of your career so far?

My favourite fight was in the all-female show at the O2 Arena. Bob Arum had said earlier in the year that a female headliner wouldn't sell out, let alone a full so, so when we sold out the O2 it was a real statement. I also think I performed well on the night.

What would you say are your best attributes in boxing?

I have realised that my biggest strength is my mental strength. I like to use my will to break others in the ring. 

What are your ultimate goals in boxing?

My dream in boxing is to become a multi-weight world champion, and to be remembered as a boxing great irrespective of gender.

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Dubois also talked us through her interests outside of the ring... 

Who are your favourite music artists?

I have a few that I like listening to - Jasmine Sullivan, Nina Simone, Michael Jackson and Prince.

What is your favourite food?

My favourite food is ice cream!

What is your favourite film?

Why Did I Get Married.

What is your favourite holiday destination?

The best country I have been to is Turkey, but I'd like to see more of America.

What is your favourite TV series?

A good TV show I've watched recently is Tokyo Vice on BBC, but my childhood favourite that I still like to watch is Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Who is your favourite sportsperson outside of the ring?

Zhang Welli, UFC fighter.

Next fight

Caroline Dubois doesn't currently have another fight lined up in the near future; her last appearance came on the Buatsi v Azeez undercard where she outpointed American Miranda Reyes.

BOXXER CEO Ben Shalom said of Dubois in March: “She will fight in June, hopefully for a world title,. A lot in that division has been waiting on what happens with Katie Taylor, and hopefully that’ll be decided soon."

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