The bad news for boxing fans, which had caused a great deal of excitement about the match, abruptly ended when, following widespread rumors earlier this week, White confirmed that he had a shoulder injury and The fighting is over.
The long and long road for Dillian Whyte's long-awaited world heavyweight title shot has hit the road again.
'The Body Saturday' had the opportunity to consolidate its position as an essential challenger to Tyson Fury's WBC belt in a major showdown with Sweden's Otto Wallen on October 30. Fury currently holds the WBC, Color Magazine, and Lionel Heavyweight titles.
But he will be out of action due to a shoulder injury.
If we talk about Dalein, he (28-2) was, of course, once a must-have WBC challenger who seemed to be forever, and then knocked out by Alexander Putkin last year at the end of his title shot. Was
White defeated Povitkin in his rematch at Gibraltar in March to regain the WBC interim title.
"I'm devastated because I had a big camp, it was in very good condition and there was a lot of fighting," Delaney said.
"I was looking forward to knocking out Wallen and doing so in the first half of the fight. I'm worried about not being able to fight on October 30, but I want to thank everyone for their cooperation."
White's physician, Dr. Harjinder Singh, said: "Dylan suffered a shoulder injury on October 30, 2021, while preparing for his planned battle, which I examined and confirmed with diagnostic imaging.
I have treated the injury, but the injury will unfortunately stop him from fighting on October 30, 2021.
Cameron vs. McGee is now at the top of the O2 bill.
Despite the loss of the main event, Eddie Hearn says the O2 show on October 30 will still go ahead, with Chantelle Cameron vs. Mary McGee now in a WBC, IBF, and Ring Magazine superlight weight unification clash. Will be red
"Dylan has been injured for the past two weeks, but his condition worsened on Monday night and it was impossible for him to continue," said Hearn.
The show will continue without Dylan on October 30 and we wish him a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing him in the ring again soon.