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Reservoir Dogs Mr. Whyte and Mr. Browne collide on March 24

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Whyte is hunting World honors after he landed the title in his last outing in Cardiff in December against Robert Helenius, and the 29-year-old puts his number one ranking in the WBC on the line against the Browne.

‘The Body Snatcher’ is gunning for WBC king Deontay Wilder with the ultimate goal to land the title and set up a huge unification rematch with old foe Anthony Joshua. Whyte knows he must put an end to his bitter online feud with Browne in style in Greenwich.

“I’m not overlooking Browne. I’m focused on going to town on him. If I don’t knock him out, I will not be happy,” said Whyte.

Browne is a dangerous customer for Whyte to put his World title dreams on the line against, with the unbeaten Australian already tasting victory on the road at the very highest level when he KO’d Ruslan Chagaev in March 2016, climbing off the canvas in Russia to land the WBA title.

‘Big Daddy’ is no stranger to fighting in England as he will be looking to claim a fifth KO win in his sixth outing on English soil and launch himself into World title contention.

“This is going to be an electric fight that I’m very happy to get over the line finally,” said Eddie Hearn. “There is no love lost between them, and it’s a fight that is very important in the World Heavyweight landscape.

“These two can’t stand each other, and I think that’s when you get the best out of Dillian – this is the high profile fight that he has been craving now for some time. He is the number one challenger with the WBC and ranked highly with every other governing body – win this, and it’s a World title shot next for Dillian.”