Dillian Whyte vs Joseph Parker: Live commentary, fight date and undercard info for heavyweight clash


talkSPORT have exclusive live commentary of the contest as Whyte and Parker battle it out at the O2 Arena in London

It’s judgement day for Dillian Whyte and Joseph Parker.

The Kiwi is still licking his wounds after having his WBO title snatched by Anthony Joshua, whilst Brixton-based Whyte is desperate to continue his recent revival.

Whyte and Parker are ready to go toe-to-toe at the O2


Whyte and Parker are ready to go toe-to-toe at the O2

Both fighters have lost to AJ, which remains the solitary defeat on each of their CV’s.

And there’s plenty on the line, with the winner well in the hunt for another world title shot.

When is Whyte vs Parker?

The huge bout is set for Saturday, July 28.

Whyte is back at the familiar surroundings of the O2 Arena, where he took apart Lucas Browne in eye-catching fashion in March.

This will be Parker’s third-straight fight on British shores, having beaten Hughie Fury in Manchester before the Joshua defeat in Cardiff.

Expect the ring-walks around 10pm.

Whyte proved far too strong for Lucas Browne


Whyte proved far too strong for Lucas Browne

How can I listen to live commentary?

You can join us right here on talkSPORT for exclusive commentary of the fight and undercard.

Tune in from 7pm and enjoy a night of high-class boxing from the capital.

You can also listen via DAB digital radio and on 1089 or 1053 AM, on the talkSPORT app, or through the following TV channels: Sky – Channel 0108, Virgin Media -Channel 927, Freeview – Channel 723, Freesat – Channel 731.

The bout is also being shown on pay-per-view TV via Sky Sports Box Office.

Parker put a real fight against AJ in March


Parker put a real fight against AJ in March

Who is on the undercard?

It’s not just the main event which whets the appetite.

Dereck Chisora, Conor Benn and Katie Taylor are all on the card and set to light up the O2.

‘Special K’ Brook was due to return to the arena where he lost his unbeaten record to Gennady Golovkin in 2016, but the Sheffield star has pulled out of a match-up with Brandon Brook with injury.

Here’s how the night is shaping up:

  • Dillian Whyte vs Joseph Parker (12 rounds, heavyweight)
  • Dereck Chisora vs Carlos Takam (10 rounds, heavyweight)
  • Katie Taylor vs Kimberley Connor (Women’s WBA & IBF titles)
  • Conor Benn vs Cedric Peynaud (welterweight)
  • Anthony Fowler vs Craig O’Brien (super-welterweight)
  • Frank Buglioni vs TBA

Tune into talkSPORT for exclusive LIVE commentary of Whyte vs Parker from the O2 on Saturday, July 28.

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