Dillian Whyte vs. Oscar Rivas is an impending heavyweight professional boxing game contested between Dillian Whyte and Oscar Rivas. The event will take place on July 20, 2019, in The O2 Arena at London Whyte will combat with the undefeated Rivas.Dillian Whyte will battle Oscar Rivas at a heavyweight showdown which will determine another title competition in The O2 at London on Saturday, July 20
Promoter Eddie Hearn stated: “This really is a massive night of Heavyweight boxing and I am excited for DAZN readers they will be able to see it live. Dillian Whyte who’s established himself one of the top Heavyweights on Earth takes on the persistent unbeaten Oscar Rivas who’s coming from a brutal knockout of Bryant Jennings.
Date: Sun, 21 Jul
Time: 2 p.m. ET,
Location: The O2, London, United Kingdom
Brit Derek Chisora faces against Poland’s Artur Szpilka and audience favorite Dave Allen tackles David Price at a Large national shootout. Tune in and do not miss it!” “I have a broader array and wide range of different punches,” Whyte told Sky Sports. “It is just that these men if they fight me, they begin behaving different and doing different things, so I have got to take what is there.
“You are going to wait and watch. There are some pieces here and there which I will be searching for, however, Mark tells me’ do not search for this, go out there, bend your knees and do your own thing, and it’ll come,’ so let us see. “Whyte hopes to be marginally heavier for its muscle-bound Rivas compared to 17th 8lbs 8oz he weighed at for an 11th-round knockout win over Chisora in December.
Following weeks of instruction at Loughborough University, Whyte demonstrated he tried to boost his own power and conditioning criteria, rather than replicating the coaching methods of his competitions. “I will likely come in at 18 stone, I believe,” he explained. “We just try and be better at what we do, since we are still enjoying a newcomer in so many locations.
Dillian Whyte vs Oscar Rivas said?
Whyte told talkSPORT: “I’ve been putting myself through hell to get better and be the best version of myself I can be. There’s a couple of things that need adjusting but it’s all coming along at the right pace.
“I concentrate on myself and not so much the opposition.
“I’m in a good place. Rivas has a good work rate, he’s undefeated, he comes forward and he’s dangerous, but there’s a way to deal with that – by punching him in the face consistently!”