Dillian Whyte and Ian Lewison face off in the battle of Brixton

Dillian Whyte v Ian Lewison Betting Preview

The 'body snatcher' Dillian Whyte faces fellow Brixton heavyweight Ian Lewison for the British heavyweight title.

The pair have known each other for a long time, previously attending the same gym and often watching each other spar. Lewison has weighed in more than a stone heavier than Whyte and this could be his downfall if the fight progresses into the later rounds.

Whyte's last fight was against Dave Allen where he showcased his boxing ability. Whyte went twelve rounds and showed his good fitness levels which people have previously hit-out at.

The 35-year-old Lewison has had eleven bouts, winning eight, losing two and drawing one. Whyte stated that Lewison had "not taken his career seriously" during an interview with IFLTV and there has been a bit of bad blood between the two being that the pride of Brixton along with the British title is at stake.

Whyte will be looking to end this one early, and that's exactly the outcome which is on the cards here. Sky Bet have a Whyte knockout at 4/11 and with the 'body snatcher' looking in good condition, along with Whyte stating he wants a knockout victory, this one looks very probable.
Tip: Dillian Whyte to win by KO, TKO or disqualification @ 4/11 with SkyBet.com.

Friday 7th October - 9.00pm OddsWon/LostBet
Dillian Whyte v Ian Lewison    
Tips Whyte to win by KO, TKO or disqualification    Best Bet @ 4 / 11  

Ricky Burns v Kiryl Relikh Betting Preview

Three-weight world champion Ricky Burns will defend his WBA super-lightweight title in his homeland Scotland, where he faces Kiryl Relikh.

Relikh, who is the mandatory challenger for a shot at Burns' title, is unbeaten in his 21 professional bouts and 19 of those victories have come by way of knockout.

The Belarusian is trained by former world champion Ricky Hatton, and during an interview with SkySports, Hatton branded Relikh as "the real deal".

Despite his impressive knockout record, Relikh has never fought anyone who is of the same calibre as Ricky Burns. The experience that Burns has in his department could be too much for Relikh to handle, as Burns had 46 previous professional fights and won an impressive 40 of them.

The one thing that Burns lacks at times in his game is finishing his opponents off - he has only knocked out 14 of his 46 previous opponents. He's also left open occasionally as he does enjoy close encounters and with Relikh looking as if he has serious knockout power, that could be a risk which Burns shouldn't take in this one.

Despite Relikh being tipped for big things, in theory Ricky Burns should have too much for him in this one. He has to box smartly and not get too drawn into having an all-out war, a win by majority decision is the way this one will most likely be heading in favour of Ricky Burns. However, I fancy that there could be a surprise on the cards as Relikh could really prove his doubters wrong and showcase his knockout capabilities, with the odds being at 5/1 for a knockout.
Tip: Kiryl Relikh to win by KO, TKO or disqualification @ 5/1 with Bet Victor.

Friday 7th October - 10.00pm OddsWon/LostBet
Rick Burns v Kiryl Relikh    
Tips Relikh to win by KO, TKO or disqualification    Best Bet @ 5 / 1  
Posted: Friday, 7th October 2016
Author: Kane Styles

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