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Where is Whyte vs Povetkin fight?
A rematch was expected in November, and then January, but an extended coronavirus bout for Povetkin – something that Whyte doubts – and then the suspension of boxing due to the wider coronavirus pandemic, put the fight back until March, with a fight now set to take place in Gibraltar.
How much is Povetkin vs Whyte?
Whyte vs Povetkin live stream in the USA
US subscription to DAZN costs $19.99 per month or $99.99 per year, and includes a host of live sporting events, with exclusive boxing, UFC, soccer, sports documentaries, classic fights and more. Coverage of the main event is set to start around 6.45pm ET.
What time is Dillian Whyte Povetkin fight?
3 p.m. ET
The two men are now set to rematch on Saturday (3 p.m. ET, DAZN) at Europa Point Sports Complex in Gibraltar.
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The pay-per-view package costs $69.99 and comes with a free subscription to DAZN for three months.
What is Dillian Whyte entrance song?
Back in Black
One of the most iconic ring walk songs in recent years, used by the stone-faced former WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko, is AC/DC’s ‘Back in Black’, which was also played by Dillian Whyte ahead of his bad-tempered clash with Anthony Joshua.
What is the biggest PPV fight in history?
Despite headlining fewer of our top 20 than McGregor, his 2015 fight against Manny Pacquiao holds the all-time record with an estimated 4.6 million pay-per-view buys.
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UFC is on the top of the chain and runs everything. Just one authoritarian and just eight divisions to award titles for sure stands out, whereas boxing has the WBA, WBO, WBC, and IBF to name a few.
For the first four rounds of Dillian Whyte’s bout with Alexander Povetkin in August 2020, all was going to plan. Then, with just one punch from Povetkin, everything changed. Whyte had spent more than 1,000 days as the WBC’s mandatory challenger for the heavyweight championship but lost that status — and the WBC interim belt — when Povetkin landed a brutal uppercut that had Whyte out cold before he even hit the canvas.
The two men are now set to rematch on Saturday (3 p.m. ET, DAZN) at Europa Point Sports Complex in Gibraltar. Upsets in boxing are rarely left alone without the favored fighter given a chance to get right, after all.
Whyte was biding his time for a shot at becoming heavyweight world champion, an opportunity that was unlikely to come any time soon with a logjam of potential superfights in the division involving Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder. But he seemed to be ready to remain in his position after knocking down Povetkin twice in the fourth round of their first meeting. It seemed the 41-year-old Povetkin was not destined to see the scorecards, let alone have his hand raised at the end of the fight.
Just 30 seconds into Round 5, Povetkin slipped a punch, dipped to the left and unloaded with an uppercut that sent Whyte crashing to the canvas to score the huge upset.
Povetkin has only lost twice in his pro career, both coming when he received a chance to fight for the world title. He first lost a decision to Wladimir Klitschko in 2013 before being knocked out by Anthony Joshua in 2018. Another win against Whyte would keep Povetkin in the hunt for one final shot at world championship glory before he steps away from the sport.
This card may not be that deep, but it has some interesting fights for the U.K. fans to get invested in. Ted Cheeseman is back when he takes on James Metcalf in a super welterweight bout. Cheeseman, 25, has had a wild career over the last two years. He’s amassed a 1-2-1 record while challenging for the British and European super welterweight titles. Now, he takes on Metcalf for the once again vacant British super welterweight title.
The reality is that Whyte is simply the better boxer in 2021. Povetkin landed a near-perfect punch in the first meeting, but boxing doesn’t often let a Cinderella story rest and mandatory rematch clauses mean promoters are able to quickly “set things right.” Whyte was handling Povetkin well through the first four rounds of their fight, though Povetkin had been doing some sneaky work to the body in the early rounds. Povetkin is absolutely a live underdog once again, especially with Whyte having big defensive liabilities as well as Povetkin being a legitimately good boxer. However, Povetkin is coming off a bout with COVID and is quite up there in years. Whyte can push the pace, work the body and break down Povetkin before a late stoppage — as long as he can avoid that “one perfect punch” again. Pick: Whyte via TKO8
Alexander Povetkin vs Dillian Whyte Rematch Live
WHYTE VS. POVETKIN FIGHT DATE, START TIME
Canelo vs. Yildirim fight date, start time
Date : Saturday, March 27
Coverage : 7 p.m. GMT / 3 p.m. ET
Whyte vs. Povetkin (approx): 10:30 p.m. GMT / 4:30 p.m. ET
The Dillian Whyte vs. Alexander Povetkin fight card takes place on Saturday, March 27 at 7 p.m. GMT / 3 p.m. ET. Whyte and Povetkin are expected to make their ring walks at approximately ?10:30 p.m. GMT / 4:30 p.m. ET, although that depends on the length of the earlier bouts.
WHYTE VS. POVETKIN TV CHANNEL, LIVE STREAM
TV / Stream (UK) : Sky Sport
TV / Stream (US) : DAZN
Whyte and Povetkin will have their light heavyweight title unification tilt live on Sky Sports, while the event can be live-streamed on Sky Sports Go. Viewers outside the UK, Ireland and China can watch the fight on DAZN.