Date: 21st March 2018 at 6:52pm
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This Saturday night, at the O2 Arena in London, Dillian Whyte steps into the ring for what could be a career defining fight.

Whyte, after being stopped by Anthony Joshua, has slowly rebuilt his career and, this Saturday, faces the former WBA heavyweight champion, Lucas Browne.

Browne has a decent fight record, a record that reads 25-0 with 22 wins coming by way of knockout, whilst Whyte?s record reads 22-1 with 16 wins coming by knockout,

Browne will provide a stiff test for Whyte who is looking for that long-awaited scrap with Deontay Wilder, although, previously, Wilder hasn’t been too keen to take up the challenge despite being offered a huge purse.

Whyte, as we?ve discovered in the past, is good at selling a fight offering his own controversial views.

Ahead of the fight against Browne, Whyte has dismissed the threat his opponent brings to the ring, remarking to the media,

?I?ve fought guys with a big punch, with speed, power, flashy technique, traditional boxing technique, tall guys who get a lot of leverage. He?s just a clubber.

?He?s strong but he hasn?t fought anyone as youthful as me. He might have fought guys with better technique but they have been old.?


All interesting stuff, with Whyte further adding,

?It?s going to be bloody, and it ain?t going to be my blood. Smack talk aside, this will be a good fight.

?It?s last-chance saloon for him. When someone is deluded it makes them dangerous. He?s undefeated so he?s confident, but it?s up to me to put some hurt on him.?


Can Whyte beat Browne or is he set to meet his match?

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