Daniel Dobos with a first-round knockout that brutally knocked down Cassmano in front of a new audience.
The heavyweight prospect – also known for having a mobile phone – is featured on YouTuber Jack Paul’s undercard.
If there was a new environment to move forward in the battle of Dubois, it was the same old story when the first bell rang.
Burt, 23, scored 16 KOs in his 17 wins and his second in November after losing to Joe Joyce, 35.
Dobos began his American career with 22-year-old Love Island star Tommy Fury, who defeated 32-year-old MMA fighter Anthony Taylor last night.
And the soft-spoken but destructively hard-nosed Londoner declared himself great in the United States.
Cusumano, who was 19-3, seemed to have been beaten during the first significant trade because he was knocked down by Dubois’ right hand.
But the Americans were only able to beat the number of referees as it reached nine, but the writing was on the wall.
Moments later, Cusumano made a huge double job against the ropes, after which his right hand knocked out again.
Once again, the count was defeated, but Dobos sniffed the blood and the right hand while Kasmano, sitting on the ropes, finally stopped the show.
After the win, he called up Trevor Bryan, 32, who holds the WBA’s secondary ‘regular’ title.
“Look at me now, I’m back and I’m ready to go,” Dobos said.
“Whoever is ahead. Maybe Trevor Bryan. He’s got a title I want. But whatever. One come, all come.”