Heavyweight Dillian Whyte next fight officially confirmed for June 3rd, 2017 as the British heavyweight gets back to action.
Whyte last boxed in December of 2016 in what turned out to be a cracker of a heavyweight fight against Dereck ‘Delboy’ Chisora.
Whyte edged a split decision on the night. Once again he proved his fighting spirit with a gutsy performances. Full of bombs and big hits.
Whyte will now face off against Poland’s Mariusz Wach on June 3rd at the 02 Arena in London. A venue he knows well having boxed there three times in the last two years alone.
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Whyte (20-1-15KO) has only ever lost once as a pro. A concussive knockout at the hands of Anthony Joshua.
A lot of fighters would not have been the same after a knockout like that. Whyte to his credit has been able to get four wins on the trot since the loss in 2015 and if anything he has come back stronger.
He’s certainly not gun shy and is aggressive as ever in the ring. Not to mention as honest and candid as ever in the media.
Wach will represent a solid test for Whyte as the Pole is very experienced at the highest level. His only two defeats out of 35 pro fights have been to Alexander Povetkin and Wladimir Klitschko.
A quality fight for sure. Lets take a look back at Dillian Whyte’s biggest fight of his career thus far against Anthony Joshua: