“I should have ended my career.” White commented on the victory over Franklin


British heavyweight Dillian Whyte (29-3, 19 KOs) commented on the victory over previously unbeaten American Jermaine Franklin (21-1, 14 KOs) in the main event of the boxing evening held on November 26 in London.

Recall that the boxers spent the entire 36-minute distance in the ring, after which the judges delivered a majority verdict in favor of White, for whom this was the first performance after the April defeat by Tyson Fury.

Dillian said that the fight with Franklin could well be the last of his career.

“It was simple,” White said after the fight. – The agreement with my team was such that if I lose today, then I would have to end my career. It was difficult to go into battle with such thoughts. Throughout the preparation for my return to the ring, I was under pressure to think about the consequences of losing. It’s really not easy. It’s not by chance that you observe those who break down mentally in the ring.”

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Despite the difficulties, White has no doubt that he deservedly celebrated the victory.

“I don’t care,” Dillian replied to those who believe that he has not earned more than a draw. “Look, there have always been a lot of close fights. I won. I pressed him, especially in the final rounds. I sent him to a knockdown, which was not counted. But I didn’t complain. What about the meaning? Should I have cried?”

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