Dillian Whyte vs Alexander Povetkin 2: Brit admits relegation is the biggest fight of his career

Dillian Whyte sees his dismissal by Alexander Povetkin on Saturday as the biggest fight of his career to date, even bigger than the first and his big domestic show with Anthony Joshua.

The return bout between the two heavyweight champions will take place at the Europa Point Sports Center in Gilbraltar and air on DAZN in most global markets. Whyte simply has to avenge his August loss to Povetkin if he is to stand a challenging chance for a world title.

Whyte was great and over four rounds of what happened to Fight Camp, just to confirm one minute of a difficult feeling. The replay has been postponed several times since the winter, but despite waiting ‘The Body Snatcher’ fully understands what this remand is under contract.

“This time I’ll beat him, and we’ll see what people are going to say.” Whyte told Matchroom Boxing. “One, two or three losses mean nothing to heavy weight today.

“If you’re fighting good fighters, the main thing is that you can come back. This is a fight that has to be for me, but I’m not one to is worried about weight, I just laugh and take my step.

“I was a firefighter long before I became a boxer. I’ve been knocking people down for a long time. I carry a lot of power in both hands. Povetkin is a very cagey and experienced man, a very patient man. He is also a tight boy.

“Last time I didn’t come back right and he went down, but he showed bravery by getting up and then he stopped me. This time when I hit him he stays down.

“I’m a very flexible person, I’ll do what I need to do to earn the win. I don’t care if I have to take one out or the box out. anything it makes me win.This is the biggest fight of my career.I’m getting lost for the boy.The good thing is that this is an overweight boxing.One fight changing everything.

“It’s a fight, man. You don’t know how you’re going to feel on the day. You don’t know what’s going to happen and you don’t know how the other boy is. As long as I can change the day, that is what matters.

“I don’t care if I have to throw two kicks and move or get in and throw up pounds of power and give them up. I’ll do anything I need to. I’m not worried about performance. best in terms of career, I I’m worried about winning.My mindset is that I have work to do and I will do anything I need to do to achieve it.

“I am still young and there are many fights left in my life God willing. I can worry about looking good in another fight. This is about winning. When I call him this time his whole body is going to vibrate, he will understand. I come to do what I do best and that is to cause pain. If I have to fight a dog, I fight a dog. It will be a different story this time. “

Whyte-Povetkin 2 airs on the Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and Ireland and on DAZN to subscribers almost everywhere else. To check for the fighting in your country, visit DAZN.com for more information.