Dillian Whyte vs Dereck Chisora 2 LIVE

Dillian Whyte vs Dereck Chisora 2, LIVE BOXING: Get round by round updates including ring walk time and undercard updates as London heavyweight rivals clash at O2 Arena

  • Whyte vs Chisora 2 ring walk is expected to take place around 10.30pm (GMT)
  • Dillian Whyte won the previous encounter with Dereck Chisora by split decision
  • Undercard fights: Rosales vs Edwards, Buatsi vs Quinlan, Walsh vs Bellotti (British featherweight title), Price vs Little, Takam vs Gashi, Wardley vs Williams, Udofia vs Garaj 
  • LIVE WARRINGTON V FRAMPTON: Round by round updates at Manchester Arena

The highly anticipated rematch between Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora gets underway tonight as London heavyweight rivals clash at London O2 Arena.

The Body Snatcher will be targeting a strong performance against Del Boy to finally settle once and for all the true winner of their first encounter after Whyte won by split deicision.

Whyte will be desperate for a win to potentially line-up a rematch with Anthony Joshua if AJ is unable to negotiate a bout with Deontay Wilder in April next year. 

Sportsmail will provide round-by-round updates from Whyte vs Chisora 2 including undercard fight updates.

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Joshua Buatsi is making his way to the ring. Quinlan already in there and looks focused – might remember him from fighting Chris Eubank Jnr which the English fighter won to claim the IBO super-middleweight title.

This will be a good test and step up in class for Buatsi, who is one of the most exciting talents in world boxing.

Saturday night’s boxing extravaganza will generate record cross-card betting interest, but the majority of fans are only interested in one show, according to research by betting data experts Bookmakers.tv. 

The festive fight feast looks set to generate a total of £20 million in bets across the industry, but it’s the heavyweight clash between Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora at the 02 in London which is leading the way in the popularity stakes, generating 3x the stakes wagered on Josh Warrington v Carl Frampton in Manchester. 

The huge interest is being driven by a gamble on underdog Chisora, as his odds of rematch victory have been cut to as short as 2/1, from 3/1 when the fight was first announced. A KO win for the outsider is also proving a popular punt at 5/1.

Bookmakers.tv spokesperson said: ‘Two massive cards go head to head on Saturday night but as far as punters are concerned, there’s only one show that counts and that’s the heavyweight clash at the 02 which has attracted the lion’s share of betting interest.’

‘Plenty of fans are confident Chisora will defy the odds and if he seals the rematch with KO, the bookies will be left on the canvas too.’

If you would rather follow the action for Josh Warrington vs Carl Frampton you can here

I won’t judge.

Charlie Edwards wins by unanimous decision, he is the new WBC flyweight world champion.

The scores were: 118-110, 117-111, 116- 112 

RIATH AL-SAMARRAI AT THE 02 ARENA: This is a superb effort from Edwards. His vision is surely affected by the blood in his eyes, but I have him three up going into the final three rounds. 

Jarrell Miller is in the building and will have interest in the main event fight. 

RIATH AL-SAMARRAI AT THE 02 ARENA: Decent fight, this. have Edwards up by two rounds through five. He has landed the best shots so far, but Rosales is landing to the body, which was a pre-fight worry.

Edwards gets his second crack at a world title against Christopher Rosales tonight and looks like he means business.

The British fighter is determined to wrest the WBC flyweight title off Rosales and believes this his time now, having fell short in his first bid to win a world title earlier this year.

Carlos Takam produced a punch-perfect performance to stop Senad Gashi in the seventh round.

Takam was landing at will all fight and dropped Gashi three times on route to his stoppage victory.

The heavyweight called out for a rematch with none other then Chisora after his fight.

Elsewhere, David Price also returned to winning ways, stopping Tom Little inside the distance.

And welcome everyone.

Who’s excited for an evening of heavyweight action? I know I am!

The main event is still just over an hour away but fear not, we will be running you through all the fights left on the undercard before Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora get it on in their anticipated rematch.



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