Heavyweight contender Dillian Whyte won't be shocked if there's a major disturbance in his division on Saturday night.
WBC champion Deontay Wilder, the longest ruling belt holder in the weight class, is facing mandatory challenger Dominic Breazeale. 19659002] The competition takes place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York – with the Showtime and Sky Sports TV competition.
Whyte, who is ranked number one by the WBC, has steamed over the body of the sanction so Breazeale gets a mandatory crack in Wilder.
There has been a lot of controversy over the WBC counterpart Whyte in favor of Breazeale.
Breazeale is a huge underdog in the competition.
He has a loss on the record that came in 201
Breazeale has won three games since, and Whyte gives him a shot at pulling off.
"I didn't want you to be surprised," Whyte said Sky Sports. "Deontay Wilder, I don't want to be one of his handlers or his leader because they have to have nightmares and headaches that see him struggling all the time because he's not good at anything. He's not a good boxer.  "I wouldn't be surprised if Breazeale hit him because Breazeale seems to be tough and he seems to be able to take a blow."
But Whyte still supports Wilder's power for to overcome Breazeale.
I just see Wilder stay out of the way of him and draw him on the beat and just feel him because Breazeale is not very good defensive, "Whyte added.
"He takes a good shot and he has a lot of heart and he will try to fight, but I just think that Wilder spends his speed against him and bites his time against him, pulls him out and then knocks him over the midfield. "