Dillian Whyte returns April 20, needs Dominic Breazeale
With his April thirteenth date with Anthony Joshua dead in the water, Dillian Whyte has booked the next Saturday at the O2 in London. He reveals to Sky Sports that he wants to confront Dominic Breazeale, Alexander Povetkin, or Luis Ortiz, with an inclination for Breazeale by virtue of the WBC’s messed up required circumstance.
Eddie Hearn illustrated his arrangements for whatever is left of the card to be stacked with heavyweights.
Each of the three are possible, in any event to the extent I can tell. Breazeale (20-1, 18 KO) enthusiastically taken a chance with his required commitment against Oscar Negron last November; as a matter of fact, Whyte (25-1, 18 KO) is a reasonable piece more unsafe than Negron, yet it’s not outside the domain of plausibility.
Povetkin (34-2, 24 KO) offers a fascinating point, as “Russian Vityaz” gave Anthony Joshua issues when they met last September. Beating Povetkin more stunningly than Joshua did would be a fine instrument for Whyte’s provoking effort.
I promise to God, heavyweight matchmaking nowadays resembles viewing those strange feathered creature mating moves.
Ortiz (30-1, 26 KO) is as of now reserved to battle Christian Hammer on March second as a major aspect of the Brian Castano-Erislandy Lara card. I can’t envision him turning down a higher-profile battle with Whyte, however.