This Saturday, July 28, two AJ conquests take to the ring, with the goal of establishing themselves as the ‘next in line’ for a second shot at either Anthony Joshua (again) or Deontay Wilder.
In addition, two belts will be on the line for both parties, including Dillian Whyte’s WBC Silver Heavyweight title and also the current vacant WBO International Title.
With so much on the line, it’s make or break time for both fighters, with both seeing a victory as a necessity, in order to win themselves a shot at redemption.
The Body Snatcher is coming off a savage knockout win against Aussie Lucas Browne in March and has also won his last seven consecutive fights, meaning his confidence and assertiveness will be sky high, entering the weekend’s action. Get him to continue his form and win here 11/10.
Twenty-six-year-old Joseph Parker on the other hand, enters Saturday’s action having lost his first ever bout to undefeated Anthony Joshua at the Principality Stadium back in March.
While Whyte will be looking to continue his revival, Parker will be looking to bounce back with a victory in order to restore himself to winning ways. He?s 4/5 to come out on top.
The Millennium Dome is where Saturday’s fight will take place, giving thirty-year-old Whyte the home advantage, although the Kiwi is no stranger when it comes to fighting in the UK, as his last two bouts have been on British soil (a loss to AJ and victory against Hughie Fury).
Nightmare on Joshua street
Parker isn’t the only one to suffer at the hands of Joshua, however, as back in 2015 Whyte also lost his ?undefeated? bragging rights after being TKO’d by his fellow Brit at the O2 arena.
Even though the Kiwi only lost to Joshua by UD, his was seen by many to be worse than that of Whyte, due to his extremely precautious approach and failure to land a single big hit.
Whyte even recently labelled the twenty-six-year-old as a ?coward? for this approach, although Parker did talk back and said he won’t be making the same mistake again.
Parker confident he won’t lose two on the bounce
It seems that Whyte’s insulting comments have provided Parker with further incentive to KO the Brit in Saturday’s bout.
Parker is said to be in good shape and is expected to be fitter than ever for the fight, meaning that if it does go the distance, he could tire Whyte, although by the sounds of things he’ll be going in for the kill. Get Parker to win early in round three at 50/1.
Joshua backs Whyte to get the job done
The world no.1 believes that his fellow Brit will have the upper hand this weekend due to his raw strength and power.
He believes that Whyte hits harder and will be too much to handle for the Kiwi as well as believing he has nothing to lose but it all to gain. Get Whyte to win by TKO here at 7/2.
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