Dillian Whyte vs Otto Wallin

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Dillian Whyte vs Otto Wallin
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Date: 
Saturday, October 30, 2021
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12
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Fan Cards: Dillian Whyte vs Otto Wallin


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DILLIAN WHYTE
OTTO WALLIN




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Interesting fight! Definitely a good test for Dillian

Jarod Killian's picture

Dillian Whyte UD

Champion97's picture

Prediction.

I think this is terrible match making from Whyte's handlers, at this stage of his career, when there is so much at stake for him, Wallin is high risk, and Whyte has higher reward wins. Whyte hasn't fought a southpaw in 7 years, that's especially bad for him in this fight, because his lack of amateur background makes him more reliant on his professional experience than most fighters, and it could be costly against Wallin. Whyte's left hook is his best shot, not his right hand, and the right hand is often the a good shot against southpaws, which is another reason Wallin is a bad opponent for Whyte. Wallin can box on the outside, and fight on the inside, has better good footwork and accuracy than Whyte. Wallin hits fairly hard, and has a decent chin, but Whyte definitely hits harder, and I think he has a better chin. I think Whyte has the better fundamentals, he has the better jab, the better blocking abilities, he's stronger than Wallin, has better stamina, and is better at close range.

Wallin's front foot will be outside Whyte's in the early rounds, I doubt Whyte will focus on setting up his right hand with his front foot, and Wallin will beat Whyte to the punch with the left hand at long range and pivot before Whyte can respond, I think Wallin will be uncomfortable as Whyte forces the tempo, will use dirty tactics, rough Wallin up on the inside, stop him settling into a rhythm, but Whyte won't be able to cut Wallin off as he tries to pressure him, so he will have to push the fight, and take a lot out of himself to take a lot out of Wallin, he will walk into the left hand, and when he cuts the distance, Wallin will throw a 2 shot combination at mid range and move around to the side. I think Wallin's movement will slow down after 6 rounds, Whyte will close the gap more often, will have more momentum, and that's when the fight will take more out of Wallin than Whyte. I think Wallin's defence will be worse in the second half, because of his fatuige, Whyte will be relentless, Wallin will have to open up on the inside, and that's when Wallin will fall onto a double impact right hand, and Whyte will knock him out.

I think Whyte stops Wallin late, I wouldn't be surprised if either fighter won by stoppage or decision, I think Wallin has a good shot, I think he's a top 10 heavyweight, he has the worst style for Whyte, but I'd be surprised if he didn't give him problems.