Dillian Whyte v Otto Wallin Boxing Betting Tips & Predictions

Dillian Whyte v Otto Wallin Boxing Betting Tips & Predictions

Dillian Whyte has said all along that he deserves a world title shot, and if he gets past Otto Wallin in London then he could get his dream bout with WBC champion Tyson Fury.

Interim WBC champion Whyte has been named number one contender for Fury’s belt after the Gypsy King defeated Deontay Wilder in their third fight in Las Vegas earlier this month.

The WBC have confirmed that Whyte should get the next shot at their belt, although Whyte could be shelved again if Fury wants an undisputed title clash against Oleksandr Usyk.

Usyk is the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight champion after beating Anthony Joshua. Talks are ongoing on AJ having a rematch, but if that falls through Fury could fight the Ukrainian meaning Whyte will have to wait once again.

Before Whyte can even think about becoming a world champion, he needs to get past Otto Wallin first. Whyte needs to be fully focused on beating Wallin. If he starts thinking about future fights and ends up losing, then Fury will not see him as a challenge and would more than likely drop the belt rather than face the Londoner.

Whyte has been in his position before. When he fought Alexander Povetkin in their first fight, it looked like Whyte was already looking past the Russian. That came to bite him on the backside, as he was knocked out in the fifth round.

That defeat meant he needed to face Povetkin again and win to be even considered for a future title shot. He looked a different animal in March when he knocked out Povetkin in the fourth round.

He will need to show the same kind of aggression when he takes on Wallin. If he puts in a strong performance and claims a knockout win, then the public will be frothing at the mouth at the prospect of Fury versus Whyte in all-British fight staged in the UK.

Let’s get this right. Wallin is no mug. He has been in the ring with the likes of Fury, Dominic Breazeale and Travis Kauffman.

Wallin has only ever been beaten once as a professional – and that was against Fury. The Swedish southpaw fighter took the Gypsy King the distance and hurt Fury with some big shots. He cut the Englishman above the right eye with a huge left hand, and Fury’s corner did well to stop the fight from getting waved off.

Fury went on to win by unanimous decision, but Wallin proved to the world that he is capable of mixing it with the best. Since that defeat, he has knocked out Kauffman and claimed a unanimous points win over Breazeale.

Whyte needs to take this fight seriously. He cannot afford to slip up again. I am backing him to do something that Fury was unable to do – and that is stop the Swede. I expect Whyte to end this contest between rounds 4 and 6 with a knockout.


Dillian Whyte v Otto Wallin Boxing Betting Tips & Predictions: Fighters Predictions

Dillian Whyte: “Tyson Fury hasn’t spoken to anyone from my team about any fight. If he was serious, he would have sent emails or phone calls and we’d have been talking. If he was serious I would probably have even waited for him and not fought until December. But these fights are big fights, big fights don’t get made in one or two months. There’s a lot of things that need to happen. If he’s serious, he would have been trying to make the fight now. He just talks rubbish. He’s a clown, I can’t take a clown seriously. What do you do at clowns? You laugh at them. I’m not thinking what Fury did or didn’t do. I don’t want to get a cut like Fury got! I don’t worry about what others do, I worry about what I do and what I need to do and what is the best way to be effective.”

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