Whyte vs Povetkin free live stream: Can I watch Dillian Whyte vs Povetkin for free? Dillian Whyte takes on Alexander Povetkin in a heavyweight clash this weekend, in a rematch of last year’s seismic encounter. Can you watch Whyte vs Povetkin for free in the UK? Express Sport has all of the live stream information you need for the fight in Gibraltar.
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Dillian Whyte will be handed a chance at redemption on Saturday, as he looks to bounce back from his 2020 defeat to Alexander Povetkin. The Brit will be hoping to reignite his world title shot aspirations by beating the Russian at the second attempt.
Whyte was knocked out by Povetkin in the first fight, in August 2020.
The Brit controlled the entire fight, and even knocked down Povetkin twice in the early rounds.
But a stunning left uppercut by the Russian sealed a sensational win for Povetkin, and stopped Whyte’s momentum in its tracks.
Whyte had won his previous 11 fights, since his first professional defeat, to Anthony Joshua.
Whyte was expected to land a mandatory fight against Tyson Fury, if he were to beat Povetkin.
But the defeat has allowed Fury and Joshua to agree their own fight, and Whyte will now have to try and beat Povetkin at the second attempt.
The 41-year-old Povetkin has only lost two of his previous 39 fights, however.
His only defeats came against Joshua and boxing legend Wladimir Klitschko.
Can I watch Whyte vs Povetkin for free?
Whyte vs Povetkin will be exclusively broadcast by Sky Sports Box Office in the UK.
It’s a pay-per-view event that will cost £19.95, and is, therefore, unavailable to watch for free.
But viewers outside the UK will be able to watch the fight live on DAZN.
In some countries, including Canada, subscribers can sign up to DAZN for a free trial.
What time is Whyte vs Povetkin?
The undercard is set to get underway from 6pm on Saturday March 27.
Whyte and Povetkin are expected to make their ring walks at around 10.30pm.
The pay-per-view event will be repeated at 9am and 4pm the following day.
It will also include six undercard fights, featuring 19-year-old Campbell Hatton.
What’s been said?
Whyte said: “This is the biggest fight of my career. I’m coming off a guy [Povetkin], and obviously, it’s the biggest fight of my career.
“But the good thing is, this is heavyweight boxing, one fight changes everything, and we’ll see.”
Povetkin said: “The team and I are in a good mood. We are ready for the fight, we want this fight.
“Anything can happen. I reacted normally [to the postponement]. What can you do? We made some changes