DILLIAN ‘THE VILLAIN’
WHYTE
is tipped to jump to the top of the heavyweight division.

The
unbeaten Londoner has to overcome a giant fence at Aintree Racecourse
on Saturday May 19th when he faces Swindon knockout king Noureddine
Meddoune
(4-1).

Also looking to get to the winning post again
is Chatham’s Tom Dallas (15-2) who faces Tom Little (3-0).

Whyte
(5-0) is tipped for the top by the show’s bill topper David Price
(12-0) who meets Sam Sexton (15-2) for the vacant British and
Commonwealth heavyweight crowns.

Promoter Frank Maloney has
shown his confidence in Whyte by matching him against Moroccan born
Meddoune who has won all four fights in Britain inside a round –
with opponents lasting a combined total of 262 seconds.
 

Frank Maloney
who has a promotional deal with Whyte said: “Dillian’s reputation
is growing and this a proper test.

“Meddoune claims that
British heavyweights are avoiding him, but Dillian doesn’t fear
anyone.

“David trains with Dillian sometimes, so I have no
worries about putting him in against someone so heavy handed.”

Also
added to the title stacked card is Chatham’s Dallas who is looking
to salvage his career after back-to-back defeats, and takes on the
Hatfield’s Little.

In the chief supporting bout Steve
Williams
(12-1) hopes his hometown fans will roar him on to victory
when challenges for Londoner
Ashley Theophane’s (31-4-1) British
light-welterweight title.

A special attraction on Maloney’s
brilliant sees his new signing
Adil Anwar (16-1) meet Lenny Daws
(23-2-2) in a vacant English title and final eliminator for
Theophane’s crown.

There is a Liverpool derby when John
Donnelly
(13-2) risks his English super-flyweight title in a rematch
against
Mike Robinson (5-4-3).

There is more local pride at
stake when former British flyweight champion
Paul Edwards (9-1) and
Kevin Satchel (7-0) square off over ten rounds for the vacant English
crown.

In the sixth championship battle Maloney’s Geordie
knockout artist
Travis Dickinson (12-0) challenges Leeds southpaw Bob
Ajisafe
(9-2) for the English light-heavyweight crown.

Tickets
are selling fast. There are some available priced at £95 (ringside),
£75 (main floor) and £55 (floor) from
www.frankmaloney.com