Watch LIVE: Alexander Povetkin Vs. Dillian Whyte 2 Press Convention Dwell Stream — Boxing Information


Forward of Dillian Whyte’s enormous Heavyweight rematch with Alexander Povetkin on the the Europa Level Sports activities Advanced in Gibraltar this Saturday March 27, proven dwell on Sky Sports activities Field Workplace within the UK and on DAZN in all different markets excluding the UK and Eire, all followers are invited to look at the beneath schedule of content material main as much as the massive night time.

2.00pm Povetkin vs. Whyte II + undercard press conferences (Matchroom Boxing YouTube and Fb)

FRIDAY MARCH 26

10.00am Press Convention Recap, Behind The Scenes Day 3 (Matchroom Boxing YouTube)

Watch unique behind the scenes footage from the official press conferences.

12.00pm Dwell Weigh-in (Matchroom Boxing YouTube and Fb)

Be a part of presenters Chris Lloyd and Darren Barker as all fighters hit the scales from noon.

Presenters Chris Lloyd and Darren Barker carry you all the motion from the official press conferences chaired by promoter Eddie Hearn going down on the Gibraltar Botanic Gardens.

WBC Interim Heavyweight World Championship March 27, 2021 / Gibraltar

MATCHROOM BOXING PRESENTS:

ALEXANDER POVETKIN (Russia)

WBC Interim Heavyweight Champion, 1st title protection
Age: 41 / Date of delivery: September 2, 1979
Residence: Chekhov, Russia / Birthplace: Kursk, Russia
File: 36-2-1, 25 KOs / Whole rounds: 260 / World championship fights: 4-2, 3 KOs
Top: 6’2″ – 188cm / Attain: 75″ – 191cm / Stance: Proper-handed
Supervisor: Andrey Ryabinsky / Coach: Ivan Kirpa

DILLIAN “The Physique Snatcher” WHYTE (GB)

Ranked WBC No. 6 at Heavyweight
Age: 32 / Date of delivery: April 11, 1988
Residence: London, England, the UK / Birthplace: Port Antonio, Jamaica
File: 27-2, 18 KOs / Whole rounds: 160 / Interim World championship fights: 1-1, 0 KOs
Top: 6’4″ – 193cm / Attain: 78″ – 198cm / Stance: Proper-handed
Supervisor: Eddie Hearn / Coach: Xavier Miller

WBC HEAVYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Sonny Liston (US) 1963 – 1964
2. Muhammad Ali (US) 1964 – 1967
3. Joe Frazier (US) 1968 – 1973
4. George Foreman (US) 1973 – 1974
5. Muhammad Ali (US) * 1974 – 1978
6. Leon Spinks (US) 1978
7. Ken Norton (US) 1977 – 1978
8. Larry Holmes (US) 1978 – 1983
9. Tim Witherspoon (US) 1984
10. Pinklon Thomas (US) 1984 – 1985
11. Trevor Berbick (Can) 1986
12. Mike Tyson (US) 1986 – 1990
13. James Douglas (US) 1990
14. Evander Holyfield (US) 1990 – 1992
15. Riddick Bowe (US) 1992
16. Lennox Lewis (GB) 1993 – 1994
17. Oliver McCall (US) 1994 – 1995
18. Frank Bruno (GB) 1995 – 1996
19. Mike Tyson (US) * 1996
20. Lennox Lewis (GB) * 1997 – 2001
21. Hasim Rahman (US) 2001
22. Lennox Lewis (GB) * 2001 – 2003
23. Vitali Klitschko (Ukraine) 2004
24. Hasim Rahman (US) * 2005 – 2006
25. Oleg Maskaev (Kazakhstan) 2006 – 2008
26. Samuel Peter (Nigeria) Interim 2007 – 2008
27. Vitali Klitschko (Ukraine)* 2008 – 2014
28. Bermane Stiverne (Haiti-US) 2014 – 2015
29. Deontay Wilder (US) 2015 – 2020
30. Dillian Whyte (GB) Interim 2019 – 2020
31. Alexander Povetkin (Rus) Interim 2020 –
32. Tyson Fury (GB) 2020 –
* Regained title

WBC TOP 10

1. Muhammad Ali (US)
2. Mike Tyson (US)
3. Lennox Lewis (GB)
4. Larry Holmes (US)
5. Evander Holyfield (US)
6. George Foreman (US)
7. Joe Frazier (US)
8. Vitaly Klitschko (Ukraine)
9. Sonny Liston (US)
10. Ken Norton (US)

GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION IN WBC HISTORY

26 heavyweight world champions have been acknowledged by the WBC, 5 of whom have regained the title: Muhammad Ali (US), Mike Tyson (US), Lennox Lewis two instances (GB), Hasim Rahman (US), Vitali Klitschko (Ukraine).

120 heavyweight world championship fights have been held in WBC historical past.

MEMORABLE WBC HEAVYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHTS

Aug. 22, 2020, Alexander Povetkin KO5 Dillian Whyte (Interim) – Brentwood
Feb. 22, 2020, Tyson Fury TKO7 Deontay Wilder – Las Vegas
Nov. 23, 2019 Deontay Wilder KO7 Luis Ortiz – Las Vegas
Jul. 20, 2019, Dillian Whyte W12 Oscar Rivas (Interim) – London
Dec. 1, 2018, Deontay Wilder D12 Tyson Fury – Los Angeles
Mar. 3, 2018, Deontay Wilder TKO10 Luis Ortiz – Brooklyn
Jan. 17, 2015 Deontay Wilder W12 Bermane Stiverne – Las Vegas
Oct. 11, 2008 Vitali Klitschko TKO9 Samuel Peter – Berlin
Mar. 8, 2008, Samuel Peter TKO6 Oleg Maskaev – Cancun
Apr. 24, 2004 Vitali Klitschko KO8 Corrie Sanders – Los Angeles
Jun. 21, 2003 Lennox Lewis TKO6 Vitali Klitschko – Los Angeles
Jun. 8, 2002, Lennox Lewis KO8 Mike Tyson – Memphis
Nov. 17, 2001, Lennox Lewis KO4 Hasim Rahman – Las Vegas
Apr. 22, 2001 Hasim Rahman KO5 Lennox Lewis – Brakpan
Mar. 19, 1999, Lennox Lewis D12 Evander Holyfield – New York
Sep. 2, 1995 Frank Bruno W12 Oliver McCall – London
Might 8, 1993 Lennox Lewis W12 Tony Tucker – Las Vegas
Apr. 19, 1001 Evander Holyfield W12 George Foreman – Atlantic Metropolis
Mar. 18, 1991 Mike Tyson TKO7 Donovan Ruddock (Eliminator) – Las Vegas
Oct. 25, 1990 Evander Holyfield KO3 James Douglas – Las Vegas
Feb. 11, 1990 James Douglas KO10 Mike Tyson – Tokyo
Jul. 21, 1989 Mike Tyson TKO1 Carl Williams – Atlantic Metropolis
June 27, 1988 Mike Tyson KO1 Michael Spinks – Atlantic Metropolis
Nov. 22, 1986 Mike Tyson TKO2 Trevor Berbick – Las Vegas
Mar. 22, 1986 Trevor Berbick W12 Pinklon Thomas – Las Vegas
Apr. 11, 1981 Larry Holmes W15 Trevor Berbick – Las Vegas
Oct. 2, 1980 Larry Holmes TKO11 Muhammad Ali – Las Vegas
Sep. 28, 1979 Larry Properties TKO11 Earnie Shavers – Las Vegas
Jun. 9, 1978 Larry Holmes W15 Ken Norton – Las Vegas
Oct. 1, 1975 Muhammad Ali TKO15 Joe Frazier – Manila
Oct. 30, 1974 Muhammad Ali KO8 George Foreman – Kinshasa
Mar. 8, 1971 Joe Frazier W15 Muhammad Ali – New York
Dec. 10, 1968 Joe Frazier W15 Oscar Bonavena – Philadelphia
Might 21, 1966 Muhammad Ali TKO6 Henry Cooper – London

WBC Statistics by Luis Medina.

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