Boxing at The O2
Dillian Whyte returns to action in a Heavyweight clash with Mariusz Wach at The O2 on 3 June 2017. The event will also be shown live on Sky Sports.
Whyte is back in the saddle after his battle with Dereck Chisora in December in Manchester, with the London pair going toe-to-toe over 12 exhilarating rounds that Whyte claimed via split decision.
‘The Bodysnatcher’ now steps up his pursuit of World honours in the capital against Wach, who took Wladimir Klitschko the distance for four World titles in 2012 and is ranked at number seven in the WBC and 14 in the IBF; the 29 year old is planning to put in a performance that puts the World champions on red alert.
“I’m super excited to be headlining at The O2,” said Whyte. “I’ve being working hard to be a standalone headline fighter and to headline against someone of the stature of Mariusz Wach is great.”
There’s a full card in support of Whyte’s clash with Wach, led by British Light-Heavyweight champion Frank Buglioni, defending his title for the first time against Ricky Summers. Buglioni was set to defend his belt against Summers at The O2 in March, on the undercard of Tony Bellew’s epic win over David Haye, but injury forced him to postpone. Buglioni puts the belt on the line for the first time since facing Hosea Burton in a dramatic 12th round stoppage win in December.
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