Heavyweight contender and all round character in the sport of boxing, Dillian Whyte confirms next fight, date and more amid some Dillian Whyte-style abuse to his next foe in the ring.
It has been a mixed bag of a year for the London knockout artist.
Ending it on perhaps a bit of a flat note with a less than entertaining scrap with Sweden’s Robert Helenius as part of the Joshua vs Takam bill.
But Whyte knows you’re only as good as your last fight of course and at the same time knows, one big knockout in the heavyweight division is enough to catapult you into the mix of big fights.
It has always been the way. Boxing’s traditional glamour division can create stars and ruin careers in equally quick time.
Whyte knows that 2018 could finally be his time to get a shot at a version of the heavyweight title.
Before he does though, he’s confirmed his next opponent – Australian Lucas Browne and has opened up proceeding verbally on Twitter:
— Dillian Whyte (@DillianWhyte) December 21, 2017
Put in a way that only Dillian Whyte could really. From a fighting style point of view, it actually should be a very good fight.
Both guys love to come forward and basically throw heavy leather from the first bell. A fun fight in store no doubt.