Published: Mon, March 26, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Lucas Browne bloodbath highlights risks for fighters

Lucas Browne bloodbath highlights risks for fighters

Joshua admitted he was interested in a rematch with Whyte, even before he defeated Browne, and their second fight suddenly seems even more enticing.

The sixth saw Whyte claim his victory with a solid combination to unsettle Browne before throwing a chopping left hook, knocking out Browne unconscious centre-ring.

Unfortunately for Browne, the knockout punch came at the end of a good combination from Whyte.

"For now it is a case of congratulating Dillian Whyte on his performance and wishing Lucas a speedy recovery".

"There is no reason why he shouldn't take a fight with me".

Thus we are little closer to knowing if Whyte is capable of upsetting either Joshua or Wilder.

Joshua is unbeaten too, having won all 20 of his pro fights, including his seventh-round knockout win over Whyte in 2015.

The Australian was brutally knocked out by Britain's Dillian Whyte in their WBA intercontinental heavyweight title fight in London on Sunday (NZT). "I'm gonna lay out all these fighters one by one..."

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The victor of the much-anticipated fight between Joshua and Parker is also expected to face the undefeated WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder, who recently produced a tenth-round stoppage to beat Joe Ortiz to set up a clash with either Parker or Joshua.

Following the win, Whyte called out WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder. "I proved I'm world class".

It is understandable for boxing fans to be frustrated given that it was a really good left hook from Whyte.

"Deontay Wilder, where you at?"

If Whyte is made to wait a little longer for a world title fight, then he might turn his attention to the victor of Tony Bellew's rematch with David Haye on May 5, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Whyte yelled. "Let's go!" Let's go! I'm ready.

Promoter Eddie Hearn, who works for both Whyte and Joshua, said: "The fight is there for Wilder [against Whyte] in June and he may have no choice".

"AJ loves watching Dillian fight, he loves fighting", Hearn said as he savoured Whyte's win over Browne and the ramifications.

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