Dillian Whyte vs Lucas Browne

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Dillian Whyte vs Lucas Browne
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Date: 
Saturday, March 24, 2018
Location: 
O2 Arena (Millenium Dome), Greenwich, London, UK
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
Unlimited
Titles at Stake: 
WBC Silver Heavyweight Title
Referee: 
Ian John Lewis

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Bitter heavyweight rivals, Lononder, Dillian Whyte, and Aussie, Lucas Browne, battle it out at the O2 Arena. Whyte is the favourite, younger, more active, and on a winning streak since losing to multi-title world champion, Anthony Joshua, in the second toughest fight for the champ to date, Browne, standing a good chance himself, unbeaten, and a former world champion.

Browne looks sluggish as the fight starts, Whyte is cautious, using his jab, boxing at a sensible pace, whilst Browne's timing is off, and he can't seem to get into any kind of rhythm, as the younger fighter looks to be picking him off.

After a couple of cautious rounds, the fight becomes more positive, but no more competitive, as Whyte seems more confident, and Browne seems to become more of a target, he looks clumsy, very sluggish, and Whyte begins to beat him up.

After 5 rounds, it seems like a very one sided fight which Whyte is dominating with no trouble whatsoever, and at the start of round 6, the fight finishes dramatically, as Whyte draws Browne onto a counter he doesn't anticipate, and puts him flat on his face, knocks him out cold.

After the fight, Browne is safe, Whyte makes a statement, calls out WBC world champion, Deontay Wilder.




Fan Cards: Dillian Whyte vs Lucas Browne


scorecard by THEALTERPLACE
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scorecard by GOLD
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scorecard by LEWGR10
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scorecard by ADAMJO260
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scorecard by MARTIN EDEN
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Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I think this will be a slugfest. If they were the same age, I'd give Browne a very good shot, I might even predict him to win, but he's 38, Whyte is 29, if he will win, he will have to prove to be much, much better than Whyte. Browne can punch, but Whyte is still young, his punch resistance is still there, if he can take all those shots from Joshua, then Browne won't be able to get rid of him. I do think Browne has more skill than Whyte, more variety, more speed, better footwork, but he is 38, he isn't defensively great, he gasses before late, and he isn't even really tv enough more experienced pro, he has had 2 fights more than Whyte, but I don't think he has a great amateur career behind him, and he has been less active than Whyte, he has a only had one fight since March 2016, when he beat Ruslan Chagaev, and Whyte has had 5. I think Whyte might well stop Browne, maybe in 8 rounds, it will be very tough, and if Browne was younger, Whyte might not win it, but Browne is very old, and I think Whyte is good enough to beat most 38 year old fighters, not Wilder, Joshua etc, but if Whyte doesn't win this fight, tough, tough break, in fact, because of the pressure of the time being right, Browne being the former world champion here, not Whyte, Whyte needs this win much more than Browne does, the pressure really is on him.

For what it is worth, Whyte 'hating' Lucas Browne, is not good for him, when it comes to the mental side of boxing, it doesn't give him any kind of advantage, it didn't help him against Chisora, it didn't help him against Joshua, it won't help him in this fight, it might land him in early trouble, it isn't impossible that he could get himself knocked out, older fighters can still punch, and they can think.

Not saying Browne gonna win but 38 not to old in today's modern Boxing in the past over 30 meant you was going down hill but fighters and fight fans can't use old age as an excuse any more with the new modern training methods fighters should be able to fight well into there 40's at a high level and older depending on the person & ring damage something more important than age is how many beatings did the fighter take.

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Champion97's picture

To be fair, Hopkins was doing great in his late forties so what the heck do I know?
You think Browne wins this?, or Whyte?

Hopkins is not alone you can Fight and Win now older. If Browne does lose its not age Browne 38 Undefeated with little in ring damage with about the same amount of Fights as Whyte. Hopkins Foreman, Mayweather and others who fought and won up in age knows what I'am talking about age is not an excuse they both two grown men if age was a factor the fight would not be sanctioned the sanctioning body think Browne fit enough to Fight anybody talking that too old crap mentally weak. If Browne wants to Win make it a in the clinch fight early on the inside with lots of dirty Boxing don't let Whyte have any space and who ever gonna win would win if they both was the same age.

Boo Sky Sports for not showing the reply Breaking News Flash people can get Knocked Out in Boxing.

Champion97's picture

Tale of the tape

Whyte
Height: 193
Reach: 198
Age: 29
Fights: 23
Wins: 22
Career heaviest weight: 260
Career lightest weight: 227
Year of debut: 2011
Activity rate (2016-present): 6 fights
World title contests: 0
KO percentage: 70
Best win (opinionated): Dereck Chisora (December 2016, SD)
Unbeaten opponents: 4
Opponents with losing records: 7
Amateur record: 6-0

Browne:
Height: 196
Reach: 196
Age: 38
Fights: 25
Wins: 25
Career heaviest weight: 275
Career lightest weight: 251
Year of debut: 2009
Activity rate (2016-present): 2 fights
World title contests: 1
KO percentage: 88
Best win (opinionated): Ruslan Chagaev (March 2016, TKO 10)
Unbeaten opponents: 2
Opponents with losing records: 8
Amateur record: Unknown

Boxing Purist's picture

I seriously can't wait for this card, 3 days away! And then 7 days from then until the big one Joshua vs Joseph! But Whyte vs Browne has what should be a excellent undercard and a main event where the winner could be the next mandatory for the winner of Joshua/Parker or even Wilder's next mandatory defense. There are stakes here, Browne is much older and doesn't have near the workrate of Dillian, but it will only take one solid landed right and it's over. Whyte while a warrior, has deficient defense, and not much pop for HW, still I think he has the skill to outbox Browne to a UD as long as he can finish the fight standing. Major clarifications for the HW division, with the winner of this one, and I'm getting antsy. But 3 days out and I've been searching high and low for Sky's start time for the undercard, and still no luck. I'm waiting on Eddie Hearn to reply to my tweet, but he might be busy haha. Do you know what time the broadcast starts Champion97? Anthony Fowler, Chris Kongo, Dereck Chisora, Jamie Cox, Frank Buglioni/Callum Johnson, Lewis Riston/Scotty Cardle & the big main event with world title shot implications Dillian White vs Lucas Browne, I don't want to miss a fight! But I'm 5 hours behind London, so I like to plan ahead early.

Champion97's picture

I think Whyte is overrated to be honest, I'm not saying he isn't good, he's certainly great at British level, but I don't think he could do well against Joshua, Wilder, Parker. I think Browne could win this, but he is just too old.

Honest question, do you think Whyte beats Wilder?, whatever the answer is, we buried the hatchet, no beef.

Truax vs DeGale II, who you got?

Boxing Purist's picture

Before Wilder tested himself versus Ortiz, I would've honestly said Wilder vs Whyte was 50/50. Now, I don't believe Whyte would stand a chance, but it would be a good fight with a lot of hype and another good name to go on Deontay's resume. If maybe Joshua could go on the same card (if he gets by Parker) I know Hearn has been talking Joshua's US debut could be next this Summer and they are seriously considering Big Baby Miller for his opponent. Could you imagine a huge Showtime card probably from New York or Vegas, Deontay Wilder vs Dillian Whyte & Anthony Joshua vs Jarrell Miller to help build up the hype for Joshua vs Wilder if they both pass their tests? Would be perfect, American fans would eat it up! Wilder takes out the UK's "2nd best Brit HW" Joshua takes out America's "2nd best Yank HW" and they're gonna clash next for all the marbles from Wembly Stadium!! Could you imagine, it writes itself millions of dollars to be made for each man. It will be a fantastic night, the atmosphere will be unreal I just hope Eddie spends a little extra and gives us a great undercard because the main event could very well end very quick either way. Of course I'm getting way ahead of himself, AJ has to pass the Parker test and collect his WBO title first. But this fight, along with Brook vs Khan have got to be a promoters dream! Makes me wish I was a promoter haha.

Well honestly, if DeGale actually takes the fight seriously this time and comes in motivated I think he's too good not to nick it 8-4 or something like that. I mean this is the guy who just had one of the fights of the year against Top 5-6 LHW Badou Jack and arguably won, there is no reason he can't beat Truax who had the fight of this life last time. But then again, he might just be a guy who has a style that will always give Chunky a hard night or have his number. But I'd have to put my money on DeGale, I will say though if James heart just isn't in the boxing game anymore, Truax is hungry and could absolutely beat him again, he could be Sor Rungvisai to DeGale's Chocolatito. If DeGale stays busy behind the stick, draws on his pedigree and uses his clearly superior craft he beats Caleb all day to regain his title. But the rematch is in the US, so I wouldn't trust a American commission to give any away fighter a straight down the middle shake, unless Chunky leaves no doubt.

Champion97's picture

I think Wilder sparks Whyte in 3, I think Whyte could have a bit of success early, but I think it would be an early night, and Wilder would win big. I don't like that particular idea, because Wilder doesn't want to fight Whyte, and who would be ultimately headlining the event?, but, I think it is a great idea to have Joshua fight in the US, he has talked about fighting in America before. I think they could do a "Double Fight Night" sort of thing, maybe Joshua takes on Miller in his backyard, goes to New York for his US debut, and Wilder headlines a card in Las Vegas, fights maybe Andy Ruiz, Haye/Bellew winner, or maybe the winner of Whyte vs Browne. It would be awesome, you US fans are the best fans in boxing in my opinion, then it is Mexican fans, I would say. I think Hughie Fury is better than Dilian Whyte, but he is not marketable, team Fury would not work with Hearn either.

I wrote a piece about this very topic, maybe you would like to read it, http://eyeonthering.com/forum/why-anthony-joshua-vs-deontay-wilder-possi...

Brook vs Khan would be a great idea, but I'm not sure Khan wants that fight, and more relevantly, the weight, would Khan go up to 154 to fight Brook?, he did go to 155 to fight Canelo but that was stupid and he admits it now. I wonder if Brook and Khan could meet at a catchweight, maybe 151. What annoys me is "lost interest in Brook vs Khan, lost all the hype, not a good fight anymore they are both over the hill and notwhat they once were", yes they are both past their primes, but not much, they are not shot fighters, and mkre importantly, they are BOTH past their best, so they can still give the fans just as entertaining a fight against each other as they could have in their younger days I would say. I think Kell Brook can win the WBO title if he fights Ali or Smith, but I don't think he'd beat Charlo or Hurd, as for Khan, I don't think he beats any champion at 147, his best chance of a title would be Thurman or Spence moving up to 154 and vacating, so he takes on a steady away but beatable mandatory for a vacant title.

I don't agree I don't think, but I can easily see that, and everything besides their first fight, only one fight, suggests what you say is right. I think Truax might be mentally stronger, better prepared now than he ever was before, and DeGale, well mentally, as you said, you can ask questions, also, I think his problem was draining himself, I mean, he hasn't had a fight which isn't gruelling, where he loses 4-7 rounds, since he blasted out Periban in 3 rounds on the undercard of Bellew vs Cleverly II. I just think it will be more aboit timing, mentality, preparations, issues, more than talent and potential at this stage, I would not be at all surprised if DeGale won back his title, but I'm leaning towards Truax by close decision, I think maybe an SD.

SalTnutZ1's picture

I'd like to see the winner of this fight take on Ortiz. I think that guy showed as much as anyone, and definitely deserves another title shot.

Champion97's picture

Who's going to want to fight him though?

Champion97's picture

Who's going to want to fight him though?

SalTnutZ1's picture

I don't know. Maybe a Povetkin, or if Usyk moves up soon. I'd love to see Ortiz fight the winner or Browne/Whyte though. Think a fight against either would not only be great, but should earn someone a title shot after the Wilder/Joshua/Parker situation resolves.

Gold's picture

Whyte isn't title challenger level let alone championship level but Browne is a level below that. Browne has a good punch but he is old, doesn't have enough hand speed, foot speed or complexity to his game, Whyte will use his superior boxing skills and win.

Champion97's picture

Who you cheer for in this fight should depend on what bread you eat.

Gold's picture

Lol I might as well do that, I certainly don't have a horse in this race

Boxing Purist's picture

Whyte controlled everything from the first bell to the KO, and busted Browne up pretty bad. This should be it for Browne.

Champion97's picture

Brutal KO!
I think Browne shouldn't have been in the ring tonight, he was slow, defenceless, and ultimately, quite vulnerable. Browne is 38, he's not been active, he wasn't conditioned for 12 rounds, and he put himself in danger by stepping into the ring.

That was a great performances from Dillian Whyte, he did everything you could expect from him, he didn't take unnecessary risks, he used his jab, he used the 3 minutes well, put the work in, but was controlled, he has earned a world title shot I think, sharp or sluggsih, awkward or average, Browne was an unbeaten former world champion, and Whyte just put up a clinic, beat him up, and knocked him right out, it is very hard to say he hasn't made a great statement in victory here.

I think to a degree, you shouldn't get carried away, and ask yourself how much of this is about Browne being poor, as well as Whyte being good, and I think that was a strong factor, I still don't think Whyte is top 5, I don't think he can come close to beating any of the world champions apart from Charr, but I do think he deserves a shot, and he can give anyone a competitive fight.

I think Wilder vs Whyte should be next, there is no reason for Whyte and Hearn to make a fuss about the venue, they should go the US, as the B-side, they'll get a fair crack, and they get their opportunity. The winner of Joshua vs Parker might fight Whyte next, which I think is also a good idea, but whichever, I think for Whyte, after this performance, with win after win behind him, a world title shot should be next.

Boxing Purist's picture

What did you think of the quick one between Riston and Cardle Champion97?

Champion97's picture

I thought Cardle did the right thing for 30-60 seconds, made a great start, but rather than making Ritson walk onto his punches, he just stood there swinging, got reckless, and threw himself into traffic. I think Cardle overestimated the damage he did in round 1, don't get me wrong they were hard shots, they were registering, but Ritson was soaking it up, and Cardle only got more careless. I thought Cardle was awful in that second round, he was so unprepared for what was coming back at him, and when he was there to be hit, took all those solid punches he was a slave to, Joe Gallagher did what he had to for the safety and well being of his fighter. Credit to Ritson, he is a solid, dangerous offensive fighter, when it gets tough, he wants to be there, mentally, he's sound, he can take punches, and now, it is time for him to step up in class, face tougher tests.

What did you think?

Boxing Purist's picture

I thought he handled a tough step up in Cardle very well, considering Cardle came out very aggressive which had to be very surprising. He didn't lose his head, kept within his guard, and then struck when Scott seemed to be a little arm weary. He has real good power, a good fighters mentality when the going got tough early he chomped down on the bit and dug in, instead of panicking and looking to move out of his gameplan. Cardle was a big step up in class, he's probably defending next against Hyland, but after that I'd like to see a fight between him and Kelly or Campbell soon.

SalTnutZ1's picture

Joshua (assuming he wins), just needs to get into the ring with Wilder and unify. Let Whyte face Miller or Ortiz to see who gets the next shot. The sport wants and needs the HW unification fight...at least I really want/need that fight, ha!

Champion97's picture

I think that should wait until 2019. Miller?, yes, Ortiz?, no I don't think so, he's old, he's darn lucky he got a shot at all given the cheat he is, he had his chance, he got sparked, I think he's done.
But what's frustrating about this, is that people say that, well that's what we're seeing next week! It should be a great fight!, let's think about Joshua vs Wilder after Joshua vs Parker, and also, let's not rule out the possibility of Parker ruining Joshua vs Wilder, or maybe stalling it.

If Joshua beats Parker, wins again this year, he's 22-0, Wilder wins again this year, gets to 41-0, then next year, I think that's the time for the fight to happen, maybe in May at Wembley, they could get 90,000 again no problem, but for 2018, Joshua vs Wilder is only going to get bigger and better.

SalTnutZ1's picture

I'd be happy with either outcome, and also can't wait until next week. I think Ortiz showed a lot, and would provide a good proving shot for Miller or Whyte. And if they let Clenelo get by with the tainted meat excuse, Ortiz should get a pass once as well, lol. I just want to see the division have a shot at a true unification, and am simply excited about how good the HWs are right now, after the dreadful era following Lennox. This could potentially be the best year in boxing in a long time. Just need that GGG/Canelo fight to happen, and not end controversially now.

Champion97's picture

Ok, but I think that is more a case of Ortiz being a stepping stone rather than anything else, and a fighter can beat a guy who is rival has already beaten and put miles on, beat him more convincingly, but it doesn't mean as much as people think. It's not just this once though is it?, it is at least twice, and "Clenelo" (haha) is being investigated, I have to say, I'm gutted for Golovkin, and all the Canelo supporters who were deceived, that is if Canelo did deliberately take a form of a PED, which I very much hope he did not! Well, we're going to see that happen next week, and hopefully, and even better one next year!

SalTnutZ1's picture

Yeah, GGG has been my favorite fighter for so long, and has worked so hard to get to this point, I hope the fight happens, too. I just can't believe that Canelo would risk eating cheap meat, with all the money and connections he has, especially given the storied history of the issue, and his camp has a former butcher on the team. Plus, the whole moving of the camp to Mexico from SD, CA all of a sudden. All seems a bit too fishy, lol.

Champion97's picture

In my opinion, if Golovkin was going to beat Canelo, he would have done it in September, that that was a draw, and now I think fighting Canelo might be a mistake. You make some very valid points there. There are two things that Robert Garcia said which I think are interesting, one, pretty much what you said, that with the money he has (without accusing Canelo of anything) he has said it is hard to believe a fighter with the financial stability of Canelo would hire anybody but the best who make 100% sure he eats right. The other thing Garcia said was interesting, and it is a relevant factor, and that is the time of the failed test. Failing a drug test, never good, but failing a test 2 weeks from the fight is not the same as failing a test at this stage, because a lot of fighters go to clubs during their breaks, get drunk, maybe get high, but when they are in camp, they are a different person, and by the time of the fight it would be out of their system.

SalTnutZ1's picture

But that one was only a draw due to one tremendously bad card, and a very generous draw card. He beat Canelo by at least 2 rounds. It would be different if he failed for a party drug, but Clen is pretty much just a masking drug, and his convenient shift of camps just seemed to be too perfectly times. I think GGG will KO him this time. GGG does more body work this fight, less head hunting, and puts Canelo out by the 9th(if the fight happens). That is my early prediction.

Champion97's picture

I had Golovkin by 2 points. I don't have a problem with 114-114, I think that's the best you coukd hope for for Canelo, because Canelo won only 2 clear rounds, and Golovkin clealry won everything bar the close 6th, from 4 to 9, that's 5 clear rounds I think. I agree it is suspicious him moving camps like that.

Interesting, that's not how I see it at all, but I guess the fight will tell us. I think Canelo wins the rematch decisively, I would like to be wrong though.