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Dillian Whyte lastly will get rematch with Alexander Povetkin on March 6 as Eddie Hearn confirms returns for Josh Warrington and Lawrence Okolie


Dillian Whyte will lastly get his likelihood to actual revenge for his beautiful knockout defeat to Alexander Povetkin on March 6.

After a number of rescheduled dates, the heavyweights lastly lock horns once more to set the document straight after their explosive first assembly in August.

Dillian Whyte has the chance to avenge his loss to Alexander Povetkin

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Dillian Whyte has the possibility to avenge his loss to Alexander Povetkin

In addition to the rematch between Whyte and Povetkin, Matchroom Boxing have confirmed Josh Warrington and Lawrence Okolie will battle for world titles.

Warrington will tackle Erislandy Lara on February 13, whereas Okolie faces Krzysztof Glowacki on March 20.

At first of January, the British Boxing Board of Management suspended all boxing for a month because of the rise in COVID-19 circumstances.

Nevertheless, it’s now deemed protected to battle as soon as once more with a nationwide lockdown in place and the coronavirus vaccines being rolled out regularly.

The preliminary plan was to host the rematch between Povetkin and Whyte for January 30, nevertheless it was delayed owing to the 41-year-old contracting and consequently fighting COVID-19.

Warrington is still yet to make his second Matchroom Boxing debut

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Warrington continues to be but to make his second Matchroom Boxing debut

Okolie proved he is ready for the world title

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Okolie proved he’s prepared for the world title

The preliminary plan was to host the rematch between Povetkin and Whyte for January 30, nevertheless it was delayed owing to the 41-year-old contracting and consequently fighting COVID-19.

Okolie was as a consequence of face Glowacki for the vacant WBO cruiserweight belt on the Anthony Joshua vs Kubrat Pulev undercard final month, however he too contracted COVID and as a substitute confronted the undefeated Nikodem Jezewski.

It turned clear the Poland fighter was clearly out of his league and was stopped by the 28-year-old in convincing style.

Whereas IBF featherweight champion Warrington hoped for a unification battle with WBA title holder Can Xu on February 13.





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