British heavyweight Dillian Whyte aims to put his solitary loss to Anthony Joshua behind him against American veteran Danny Batchelder this weekend.
Whyte, 28, succumbed to Joshua’s power when the pair met in December but is chasing a rematch after his rival won the world title in April.
Fighting on Joshua’s undercard would suggest Whyte is in consideration for ‘AJ’ in the future and 39 year-old Batchelder shouldn’t pose too much of a threat to the Brixton man’s hopes.
Batchelder has been defeated in his last two fights and has 11 reverses on his record, six of which have come by way of knockout.
Confirmed fights for the O2 Arena:
ANTHONY JOSHUA VS DOMINIC BREAZEALE
12 x 3 mins IBF Heavyweight World Championship
GEORGE GROVES VS MARTIN MURRAY
12 x 3 mins WBA International Super-Middleweight World Championship
CHRIS EUBANK JR VS TOM DORAN
12 x 3 mins British Middleweight Championship
JOHN WAYNE HIBBERT VS ANDREA SCARPA
12 x 3 mins WBC Silver Super-Lightweight title
DILLIAN WHYTE VS DANNY BATCHELDER
8 x 3 mins Heavyweight contest
KAL YAFAI VS TBA
8 x 3 mins Super-Flyweight contest
ANTHONY OGOGO VS FRANE RADNIC
6 x 3 mins Middleweight contest
TED CHEESEMAN VS DANNY LITTLE
6 x 3 mins Welterweight contest
CONOR BENN VS TBA
4 x 3 mins Super-Lightweight contest
FELIX CASH VS YAILTON NEVES
4 x 3 mins Middleweight contest
Information courtesy of Matchroom Boxing and subject to change