Brixton boy Whyte is hunting more world honours

Dillian Whyte defends his WBC Silver Heavyweight title against Lucas Browne in a crunch clash at the O2 on Saturday.

Brixton boy Whyte is hunting more world honours after he landed the title in his last outing in Cardiff in December against Robert Helenius – pictured – and the 29-year-old puts his number one ranking in the WBC on the line against Browne.

Known as “The Body Snatcher”, Whyte is gunning for WBC king Deontay Wilder with the ultimate goal to land the title and set up a unification rematch with old foe Anthony Joshua.

Whyte v Browne,
Saturday, March 24,
O2 Arena and live on Sky Sports
Tickets: or call 0844 856 0202 

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