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Whyte vs. Povetkin Fight LIVE

Saturday, August 22, 2020

Matchroom Headquarters, Brentwood, England

Live Streamsable: WATCH HERE

Watch Dillian Whyte vs Alexander Povetkin in the USA

US fans can watch the fight on DAZN at 5:00 pm ET.

Watch Dillian Whyte vs Alexander Povetkin in the UK

UK Fans can tune in to watch Whyte’s latest fight on Sky Sports Box Office.


Katie Taylor vs Delfine Persoon (undisputed lightweight title)

Martin Bakole vs Sergey Kuzmin (heavyweight)

Luther Clay vs Chris Kongo (WBO global welterweight title)

Fight odds

Dillian Whyte to win – 2/7

Povetkin to win – 11/4

Draw – 25/1

The event was originally scheduled to take place on 2 May 2020 at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England, but was rescheduled to 4 July due to the COVID-19 pandemic with the event being finalized for 22 August at the headquarters of Matchroom Boxing in Brentwood, Essex, United Kingdom.

Dillian Whyte record and profile

Dillian Whyte, known as ‘The Body Snatcher’, has fought 28 times professionally, registering 27 victories against just one defeat. Eighteen of those victories have come inside distance.

Whyte, born in Port Antonio, Jamaica on April 11, 1988, is now 32 years old and fights out of Brixton in London, England. He turned professional on May 13, 2011 and won his first 16 fights in the paid ranks.

Whyte’s first professional defeat – and his only one to date – came at the hands of current IBF, WBA and WBO world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. The pair had a cracking scrap at London’s O2 Arena on December 12, 2015, with Whyte eventually going down to defeat via a seventh-round TKO.

Since that Joshua setback, Whyte has racked up 11 victories on the bounce and is now in position to prove his claim to greatness by clinching a world title – if only he gets that elusive shot.

Whyte stands 6ft 4ins tall and has a reach of 78 ins. He weighed in at a career-high 271lbs for his most recent about – a unanimous decision victory over Pole Mariusz Wach on the undercard to Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr 2 in Saudi Arabia on December 7, 2019.

Dillian will have north London trainer Xavier Miller heading up his corner for the first time against Povetkin – having split recently from Mark Tibbs. Whyte and Tibbs had teamed up for 11 straight victories since that loss to Joshua.

Alexander Povetkin record and profile

Alexander Povetkin has fought 38 times as a professional – registering 35 victories against two defeats with one draw. A total of 24 of Povetkin’s victories have come inside distance.

Povetkin was born in Kursk, Russa on September 2, 1979 and is currently 40 years old. He stands 6ft 2ins tall and has a reach of 75 ins. He weighed in at 229lbs at for his most recent bout – a draw against Michael Hunter on the undercard of Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr 2 in Saudi Arabia on December 7, 2019.

Povetkin became WBA world heavyweight champion when he scored a unanimous points victory over Ruslan Chagaev to claim the vacant title in Erfurt, Germany in August 2011. He defended the title successfully on four occasions.

The first defeat of Povetkin’s career came when he lost his WBA world heavyweight title to Wladimir Klitschko in Moscow, Russia on October 5, 2013.  Klitschko claimed the belt with a victory by unanimous decision.

Povetkin did not taste defeat again until September 22, 2018 – when he was stopped by Anthony Joshua in his challenge for the IBF, WBA and WBO world heavyweight titles at London’s Wembley Stadium. Povetkin started well and gave Joshua problems in the early going, but his bigger and stronger opponent gradually took control before forcing a stoppage in round 7.

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