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Joshua and Whyte in Action Saturday

This Saturday, at the O2 Arena, in London, two heavyweights who are destined to fight each other in December, both fight on the bill.

Anthony Joshua tops the bill in a fight for the Commonwealth heavyweight title. In an intriguing match-up Joshua comes face-to-face with Gary Cornish, with both fighters being unbeaten.

Joshua has recorded 13 straight wins (all inside three rounds) whilst Cornish has a record that reads 21-0 with 12 of those wins coming by the big knockout.

Further down the bill Dillian Whyte takes on Brian Minto, Whyte is also unbeaten with a record that reads 15-0 with 12 coming by way of knockout whilst the more experienced Minto has a record that reads 41-9 with 26 coming by way of knockout.

Here at Vital Boxing we expect both fighters to win keeping their December date on schedule, Joshua might be extended past round three but his explosive power will tell.

Whyte will also win and will want to look good as he heads towards a showdown that he believes will see him beat Joshua a second time, the first time being in the amateur ranks.

At the weigh-in for the promotion, held today, Whyte and Joshua had to be pulled apart as they traded insults, for me December can’t come quick enough.


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Writer: Kid Glove Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 11 2015

Time: 6:45PM

 

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