As part of the heavyweight bout, Briton of Jamaican origin Dillian Whyte and Jermaine Franklin from the United States will enter the ring. The fight will take place on November 26 at Wembley Stadium in London. The opponents are quite serious and it will be very interesting to watch their confrontation. It will be even more interesting to watch the fight if you bet on this event. Bets on this battle are accepted by the bookmaker Mostbet. You can make a deposit in this one using Mostbet Uzcard.
The bookmakers consider the representative of Great Britain to be the absolute favorite of this battle. However, the North American has not yet lost in his professional career, so the Michigan native should not be underestimated at all. Of course, a more experienced “body snatcher” should have a better chance of winning, but “989 Assassin” is able to impose a fight.
A native of Port Antonio, he fought 31 fights in the professional ring. With 28 wins (19 knockout wins), Dillian suffered three losses. After losing to Anthony Joshua in December 2015, White alternately defeated Ivica Bakurin, David Allen, Ian Lewisohn, twice Derek Chisora, Malcolm Tann, Robert Helenius, Lucas Brown, Joseph Parker, Oscar Rivas and Mariusz Wach. Then the right-hander from London lost ahead of schedule to the Russian Alexander Povetkin. However, in the rematch, the Briton knocked out his opponent and regained the interim WBC heavyweight title.
In the last fight, the “villain” met Tyson Fury and was knocked out in the sixth round. After that loss, the “body stealer” will enter the ring against a less eminent, but rather uncompromising opponent. White should not expect an easy walk, but the chances of winning the Briton are impressive.
The 29-year-old boxer from Michigan had 21 fights in the pro ring and won all of them. At the same time, Jermain completed 14 battles ahead of schedule. Franklin’s amateur career was quite intense – 77 fights (68 wins and 9 fiascos). Over the past three years, the North American entered the ring four times. Saginaw’s representative defeated Rydell Booker, Jerry Forrest and Pavel Sour on points, and Rodney Moore stopped him at the start of the fifth round. It is worth noting that “989 Assassin” has never boxed outside the United States. So the battle in London for an athlete from overseas should be difficult.
The boxer, who plays under the guidance of promoter Dmitry Salita, has previously fought with not too formidable opponents. The battle with White will be for Jermaine the most significant in his career at the moment. So the American should give everything to the maximum.
The “body snatcher” has more experience among the pros. Dillian fought the kings of the heavyweight division and looked pretty good in some segments. The younger Jermain had not yet lost, but his opposition was frankly weak. With a high probability, the favorite of the pair will win, but the fight can drag on and reach the championship rounds. It should also not be ruled out that the “villain” will win on points.