Date: 27th July 2016 at 4:57pm
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This Saturday, at the First Direct Arena, in Leeds, the British heavyweight Dillian Whyte steps back into the ring for the second time since being beaten by his old foe Anthony Joshua.

In his first comeback fight and after having had surgery on his left shoulder, Whyte stopped Ivica Bacurin inside six rounds.

This Saturday, at Leeds, Whyte with a record that reads 17-1 with 14 wins coming by way of knockout, will be taking on Dave Allen, who has a record that reads 9-0-1 with 6 wins coming by the big knockout.

The fight is for the WBC International heavyweight title and will open up a path to a word title fight for the winner.

Whyte?s credentials are well known but although Allen is unbeaten he hasn?t really been tested.

However, Whyte is under no illusions as to how he sees the fight going, remarking to the media,

?My sole purpose is to seek and destroy.

?A win over Dave Allen doesn?t say anything about me. It just shows that I?m above him. There?s me going there and bashing Dave Allen?s head in. I?m going to put someone to sleep; a KO late, mid-fight. He?s going to come to fight. There is no chance this guy is going to outwork me. The fight might go long, but his eye might be out there, his nose might be busted up. He?s got one of the biggest punchers in the world hitting him for 10 rounds. He?s nervous. He?s putting on a front. When I get in there and start punching him in the face, then we?ll see. He thinks he can set an amazing pace. Dave Allen means nothing to me. He doesn?t bring no value. He doesn?t bring anything. I?ll bust him up all day long. I want to move up to the world level.

Can anyone see anything other than a Whyte win for this one?