Telford International Centre, Telford - Frank Warren, promoter for Daniel Dubois (16-1, 15 KOs), will push for his boxer to get a mandatory crack at WBA "regular" champion Trevor Bryan (21-0, 15 KOs).

On Saturday night, Dubois captured the WBA's interim-heavyweight title, when he demolished Bogdan Dinu (20-3, 16 KOs) with a big knockout in the second round.

After an aggressive first round, Dubois landed a massive right to send Dinu down for the full count in the second.

Warren is now hoping that the WBA will order a mandatory fight between Dubois and Bryan.

"I hope they do. That’s what we agreed would happen before the fight. We’ll push that and see if we can get it over the line," Warren said.

The 23-year-old Dubois returned for the first time since suffering the sole defeat of his career, when he was stopped by Joe Joyce in their high stakes fight last November.

It was a devastating loss, as Dubois was ahead on the cards when a fractured orbital bone forced him to take a knee for the full count in the tenth round.

"I’m coming back on my feet, and I’m ready to take over," Dubois told IFL TV. "There were a bit of demons in my head, but once I got in the flow of things, I just let go, and there you go.

"I deal with it. I thought in my mind, once I hit him good and proper, he’s going to go. I was just thinking, 'how am I going to do it', but once I got in there I sussed him out. Whoever next, whoever they bring up for me, I’m ready for them."