Dillian Whyte and Alexander Povetkin will renew their rivalry in an enormous heavyweight conflict this weekend.
Povetkin shocked Whyte of their first battle final summer time, catching his rival will a sickening shot to put him out chilly in a shock turnaround.
Whyte managed the bout earlier than the KO and will likely be keen to achieve revenge this Saturday.
The rematch has been put again a number of occasions however followers will now get to get pleasure from one of many greatest fights of 2021 so far.
There will likely be loads of high class motion on the undercard too and right here’s how one can watch it…
Whyte v Povetkin: How one can watch
- The 21-round heavyweight bout will happen on Saturday, March 27 and is going down in Gibraltar
- The 2 fighters are anticipated to make their ring walks from 10.30pm
- The battle will likely be proven stay on Sky Sports activities Field Workplace with their broadcast ranging from 6pm
- It’ll value £19.95, with the total undercard and major occasion proven
- You can even stay stream HERE for a similar worth in your pc, cell and pill units.
- Sky Sports activities Field Workplace can also be out there on BT TV – tune to channel 496 or by looking for the occasion within the BT Participant
Whyte v Povetkin: On talkSPORT
talkSPORT.com are operating a stay weblog for all the most recent information, round-by-round updates and response to the heavyweight conflict.
We may even carry you all of the build-up from Gibraltar all through the week for one of the best pre and post-fight protection.
talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 could have updates all through the weekend as effectively.
Whyte v Povetkin: Undercard
Topic to vary
- MAIN EVENT: Dillian Whyte v Alexander Povetkin – for WBC interim heavyweight title
- Ted Cheeseman v JJ Metcalf – for British super-welterweight title
- Chris Kongo v Michael McKinson – for WBO international welterweight title
- Fabio Wardley v Eric Molina
- Erik Pfeifer v Nick Webb
- Youssef Khoumari v Kane Baker
- Campbell Hatton v TBA
Whyte v Povetkin: What has been mentioned?
Eddie Hearn has admitted that he’s ‘completely bricking’ Whyte’s eagerly-anticipated rematch with Povetkin.
He informed talkSPORT: “I’m completely bricking it. Dillian’s an important man. He got here up with no favours by way of the boxing world.
“He didn’t come by means of the Olympic system, he had no novice pedigree. He used to battle on undercards for nothing simply to get an opportunity.
“He obtained himself right into a world championship place and final August it got here crashing down in simply one of the gorgeous knockouts and turnarounds in heavyweight historical past.
“Subsequent week in opposition to Povetkin it’s all or nothing. Actually he’s preventing for his profession by way of world championship alternatives.
“If he loses to Povetkin subsequent week he’s proper on the backside of that kind of elite ladder of individuals queuing up for a shot.
“If he can win he turns into necessary once more.
“He was controlling the battle, however think about the arrogance of Alexander Povetkin going into that battle. He rendered him unconscious in that battle, he knocked him clear out.
“There needs to be doubts as an athlete coming off the again of a defeat like that however Dillian is mentally very, very robust.”