Dillian Whyte shows off hulking body ahead of Otto Wallin fight and fans are stunned by incredible shape
DILLIAN WHYTE looks to be in tremendous shape ahead of his return to the ring later this month.
The Brixton Body Snatcher will be back in action at the O2 Arena on October 30, locking horns with heavyweight prospect Otto Wallin.
Whyte, 33, has been putting plenty of work in since his demolition of Alexander Povetkin in March.
And the mandatory WBC heavyweight title challenger looks to be in the best shape of his career for the bout.
Whyte posted a picture of himself at a running track with his arms outstretched to Instagram on Sunday night.
And the snap showed the Jamaican-born Brit has shed a considerable amount of body fat for his clash with the Swede.
His accompanying caption read: "October 30th. #maximumviolence get your tickets now."
Boxing fans were quick to comment on Whyte's trimmer frame, with one saying: "Looking in good shape.
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Another said: "By far the best shape you been in.
And another said: "Looking sharp
One remarked: "Absolute unit."
Fan favourite Whyte is champing at the bit to go to war again.
In an Instagram story update, he wrote: "It's almost time for war again.
I'm not coming to f**k about."
"The calm before the I let the f*****g wolf out. I'm not coming to f**k about."
Whyte avenged his 2020 defeat to the recently-retired Povetkin in his last outing, blowing away the Russian in four rounds.
But Team Wallin are confident of handing the heavy hitter his second loss in three outings.
Promoter Dmitriy Salita told Boxing Scene: “I think that Whyte is a real champion, a tough fighter and wants to challenge himself.
“As he has shown throughout his career, he’s willing to fight the best and take on tough challenges.
"I think Dillian Whyte is a real fighter – he’s gonna come to fight.
"I think he’s very strong, has lots of skills, but I do think that Otto is the better boxer, is more skilled, has a better ring IQ.
"I do think it’s gonna be a competitive fight, but I do see Otto either winning a decision or stopping him late.”
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