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Ben Whittaker Returns in Style on BOXXER's 'Bad Blood' Card at The O2


Future Boxing Superstar Ben Whittaker Returns On BOXXER 'Bad Blood' CardFuture boxing sensation Ben Whittaker is set to make his highly anticipated return to the ring after captivating fans with his electrifying performance against Khalid Graidia.


Dubbed ‘The Surgeon’ for his precise and flashy style, Whittaker will showcase his talents once again at The O2 in London on Easter Sunday, March 31st, as part of BOXXER’s thrilling ‘Bad Blood’ event. The action-packed card, headlined by the clash between unbeaten heavyweights Fabio Wardley and Frazer Clarke, promises an unforgettable night of boxing entertainment.


Whittaker’s recent stoppage win over Graidia catapulted him into the spotlight, earning him viral fame and widespread acclaim on social media. With millions of views and a growing global fanbase, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Silver Medallist is ready to seize the moment and further solidify his status as a future boxing superstar.


Joining an already stacked lineup, Whittaker’s presence adds an extra layer of excitement to an event brimming with talent and high-stakes matchups. The evening will also feature the highly anticipated showdown between welterweight rivals Florian Marku and Chris Kongo, as well as appearances from Alen ‘The Savage’ Babic and rising star Callum Simpson.


BOXXER Founder and CEO Ben Shalom expressed his confidence in Whittaker’s potential, stating, “We’ve known from day one that we’ve got a superstar on our hands with Ben Whittaker. With his style and personality, we believe he can become the biggest star in world boxing.”


Don’t miss the chance to witness Ben Whittaker’s return to the ring and experience the thrill of live boxing action at The O2. Tune in to Sky Sports in the UK and Ireland or Peacock in the USA to catch all the action live.


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