Fury ‘will put holes in him’, White says of his rival


On November 26, at Wembley in the capital of the United Kingdom, local heavyweight Dillian Whyte (28-3, 19 KOs) will try to return to the winning path – he will go against the American [пока что] no-name Jermain Franklin (21-0, 14 KOs), who has so far not done much, except for a catchy record.

Meanwhile, White does not show any hatred. The Briton takes the fight as seriously as possible.

“I’m fighting a guy who doesn’t know the taste of defeat. Fighting them is one of the hardest things on this planet. He does not know how to lose, and he has a lot of faith in himself, ”Dillian described the task that he faces.

As the British heavyweight put it, these “non-beaters” are “sometimes crazy and do some wild things.”

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“He’s a big guy who has trochs of punching power. Jermaine says he’s going to knock me out and all that. Great, I love such conversations, ”White rubs his hands.

When asked how he felt about Franklin sparring for WBC champion Tyson Fury, who knocked him out Dillian in the spring, White said: “It’s funny. Happy about it because Fury will put holes in him.”

In early autumn, White took on a new coach. Now he is confident that he can knock out Joe Joyce.

Also in September, promoter Hearn revealed which boxer he would call if it came to a street fight—White is there too.