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DILLIAN WHYTE

Heavyweight

W29

HOMETOWN

  • Jamaica

KO 19

STANCE

Orthodox

L 3

AGE

36

D 0

HEIGHT

6ft 4"
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About


Dillian Whyte is a British professional boxer who has made a name for himself in the sport with his aggressive style and punching power. Born on April 11, 1988, in Port Antonio, Jamaica, Whyte moved to the UK with his family at the age of 12. He had a difficult childhood, and his love for boxing became an escape from the challenges he faced.

Whyte had an impressive amateur career, with over 20 wins and only a few losses. He turned professional in 2011 and quickly made his mark in the heavyweight division. Whyte’s notable fights include his 2015 victory over Brian Minto, his 2016 win over Dereck Chisora, and his 2018 knockout of Lucas Browne.

Whyte has also faced some setbacks in his career, including his 2015 loss to Anthony Joshua and his 2020 defeat to Alexander Povetkin. Despite these losses, Whyte remains one of the top heavyweights in the world and has his sights set on becoming a world champion.

In addition to his boxing career, Whyte has faced controversies outside of the ring. In 2012, he was suspended for failing a drug test and was banned from boxing for two years. He has also been involved in public altercations with other boxers and has faced criticism for his comments about his opponents.

Whyte is currently trained by Mark Tibbs and promoted by Matchroom Boxing. He has won several boxing accolades throughout his career, including the WBC International heavyweight title, the British heavyweight title, and the WBC Silver heavyweight title.

Despite the ups and downs in his career and personal life, Dillian Whyte remains a force to be reckoned with in the heavyweight division. His aggressive style and powerful punches have made him a fan favorite and a feared opponent in the ring. With his determination and drive, Whyte is sure to continue making headlines in the boxing world for years to come.

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