The Moment Dillian Whyte Knocked Lucas Browne Spark Out

The Moment Dillian Whyte Knocked Lucas Browne Spark Out

The Moment Dillian Whyte Knocked Lucas Browne Spark Out

The Jamaica-born Londoner defended his No. 1 position in the WBC rankings after separating Browne from his senses with a ideal left hook at the O2 Arena, London.

The updates are encouraging given how bad Browne looked in the ring following the knockout.

Round two saw Whyte again rock Browne to his boots with an overhand right stunning the Aussie along with pressured attacks to the body to slow Browne down.

"If the opportunity comes where I get to fight Joshua, I'll take it, if the opportunity comes to fight Wilder, I'll take it".

A high-stakes battle could be an exciting prospect, although Whyte will argue he has already done enough to earn a crack at Wilder.

Whyte headlined last night's fight, which his first headline opportunity since suffering his only defeat of his professional career at the hands of Joshua.

Right when Kellerman began questioning if allowing the fight to continue was a good idea, things took a brutal turn in Round 6.


Dillian Whyte retained the WBC silver heavyweight title Saturday with a sixth-round knockout victory over Lucas Browne at the O2 Arena in London.

Parker touched down in London earlier this week with less than two weeks to go until fight night.

"I think Dillian Whyte is a better all-round fighter, but at the end of the day you're dealing with a very big man, big punch, former heavyweight champion of the world". A little over three years ago, Whyte was the guy in the other corner at the same venue when Anthony Joshua won the British title. I am not world champion but I packed out the O2.

When Whyte brutally knocked Australian Browne unconscious 37s into the sixth round Joshua was suddenly $1270 richer.

It is understandable for boxing fans to be frustrated given that it was a really good left hook from Whyte. I'm No. 1 baby, let's go.

This was Browne's first significant fight since Chagaev while Whyte had built up some momentum with six successive wins since being stopped in the seventh round by Joshua in December 2015.

"I hope the WBC makes [Whyte] the mandatory challenger [to Wilder]", Eddie Hearn, Whyte's promoter, said.

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