Saturday, March 24, 2018

Dillian Whyte vs Lucas Browne Preview

Today at six o'clock in the eastern time of the United States, a pop-up Dellian and Lukas Brown floats in a heavy-weight grudge game followed a lot of garbage lectures from both sides, and hopefully this will lead to a lively battle between these two leaders.

Date: Saturday, March 24 at the O2 Arena.

He's big enough to raise the London problem in London, a more disciplined and more flexible technician, since he lost a fight in 2015 with Joshua (his only defeat).

"White" and "brown" have exchanged non-recurrent words in the crowd that can cause fireworks when the first bell rings.

"Wyatt" (21.1 and 16 KO) has not lost since he was stopped by Anthony Joshua in December 2015, with six consecutive victories, and he hopes to win the title image in the renovated section. Brown (25-0, 22 KO) never lost, and briefly carried the title of "scientist " the World Pro Association thanks to his victory in 2016 on Ruslan Schajev, but he has been a murderer since then.

The winner will be Anthony Joshua, Joseph Parker, and Dientai Wilder in his look after this. It's an important battle.

The Sky Sports undercard airing in the United Kingdom also shows a pair of British title games. Luis Rytson defended the light title against Scotty Cardle, and Frank Buliuni defends a lightweight weight belt against Callum Johnson.