” 1 Dillian Whyte and Joseph Parker Dillian Whyte will face Joseph Parker in a huge heavyweight clash at the O2 Arena in London on July 28. Brixton’s Whyte had been eyeing a world title eliminator, but has decided on a high-stakes showdown with New Zealander Parker, the former WBO belt holder. Both fighters have been beaten just once in their career and by the same man – Britain’s unified world champion Anthony Joshua.
Whyte was stopped in the seventh round by his fellow Brit in December 2015, while Parker lost his WBO belt to AJ on points in March. ?There?s going to be blood, pain and a knockout,? said Whyte. ?I?m bang up for this. ?He?s a good fighter but he didn?t show much courage against Joshua. I want him to be more adventurous and not go on the run, but he knows that if he has a fight against me, he?s getting knocked out clean and in a brutal way. ?I like challenges and I rise to them, this is a big fight.
There?s a massive incentive for me to wipe him out and show the world that I am ready to be the top man in the division ? I want a world title and I know I can beat Deontay Wilder and Joshua.” Parker responded: ?We?ve both been in with AJ. One of us ended the fight on our feet, the other didn?t. That pretty much speaks for itself. ?I?m really looking forward to fighting Dillian. He?s got a big mouth and says some funny things ?bookmaker reviews and he?s also highly entertaining in the ring.
It?ll be an incredible fight. There?s no doubt about that. ?I?m really happy with how things have things have worked out. I know it took a lot of hard work from my team to get this over the line.? ” ” Rabonas are becoming part of the football furniture. After Tottenham’s Erik Lamela’s stunning finish in the Europa League last season, Jonathan Calleri at Boca Juniors has emulated the Spurs star by producing the same skill in a Primera Division match.
Calleri stole the show on Carlos Tevez’s homecoming to Boca, improvising brilliantly to chip the Quilmes goalkeeper after his initial effort was blocked. The 21-year-old even left Argentine legend Diego Maradona lost for words in the crowd. To see the goal, watch the video above. “