Dillian Whyte sunk in the perfect body punch on his American debut on the Terence Crawford undercard. A real peach.

Heavyweight Dillian Whyte continued his march this weekend towards a crack at a heavyweight title with a solid performance boxing on the Crawford vs Indongo unification undercard.

‘The Body Snatcher’ lived up to his nickname with the perfect body shot over opponent Malcolm Tann that closed the show inside three rounds – on route to dropping him four times in total:

The agony on Tann’s face clear for all to see.

Right in the breadbasket. A crippling punch with laserlike precision to land underneath the elbow and along the rib cage like it did.

After the fight, Whyte called out WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.

It’s a fight Whyte’s promoter Eddie Hearn has been pushing hard for in recent times as a bout to potentially set up the winner in a fight with heavyweight kingpin Anthony Joshua.

Joshua must first deal with his mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev before 2017 is out however.

Whyte’s rankings will have gone up yet again as he continues to improve fight to fight with a fan-friendly knockout style, where he seldom takes a backwards step.

Whyte’s only loss in his career (21-1-16KO) to date came to Anthony Joshua.