The Moment Dillian Whyte Knocked Lucas Browne Spark Out

The Moment Dillian Whyte Knocked Lucas Browne Spark Out

The Moment Dillian Whyte Knocked Lucas Browne Spark Out

Whyte had weighed in at 18st 2lbs 2oz, nearly eight pounds heavier than when he outpointed British heavyweight Dereck Chisora in a notable 2016 victory, but still lighter than the 18st 11lbs 22oz Browne.

The sixth saw Whyte claim his victory with a solid combination to unsettle Browne before throwing a chopping left hook, knocking out Browne unconscious centre-ring.

Browne needed treatment with an oxygen mask in the ring afterwards after being too easy a target for Whyte.

"Bob Arum has mentioned a possible bout in the United States in February and also Lucas Browne's people are talking to us about a big Trans-Tasman affair", Higgins told RadioLIVE.

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"With Joshua there are more belts at stake, with Wilder there is one belt".

As for the fight itself, Browne had never tasted defeat in his career before this weekend but he came up short against the defending WBC Silver heavyweight champion.

The heavyweight champ, who defeated long-time rival Whyte in December 2015 in the seventh round to win the British title in what was his first real test as a professional, took to Instagram story to reveal his tidy earnings from the main event bout at the O2 Arena.

"I think Dillian Whyte is a better all-round fighter, but at the end of the day you're dealing with a very big man, big punch, former heavyweight champion of the world".

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Whyte told Sky Sports News: 'If [UFC president] Dana Whites signs him, I'll fight him in the cage!'

Australia's Browne is unbeaten in 25, and was set to challenge Joseph Parker until the WBO champion agreed to fight Anthony Joshua. "I proved I'm world class. I was surprised how well it did - It wasn't massive but a decent amount of people got up to watch the fight which is encouraging".

When Whyte brutally knocked Australian Browne unconscious 37s into the sixth round Joshua was suddenly $1270 richer. I'm No. 1 baby, let's go!

Whyte also mentioned his interest in landing a rematch against Anthony Joshua, something his Matchroom Boxing promoter, Eddie Hearn, is in agreement with.

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"AJ loves watching Dillian fight, he loves fighting", Hearn said as he savoured Whyte's win over Browne and the ramifications. "Let's do this, June, live at the O2, let's get it!"

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