Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin How to watch, live stream date, start time, schedule, price & fight card

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Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin head-to-head this Saturday after the break. Former heavyweight championship challenger Dillian Whyte seeks to get back on track as he takes on unbeaten American Jermaine Franklin on November 26 at London’s Wembley Arena.

Whyte is anxious to set up a rematch with Anthony Joshua, who defeated him in his first professional fight in December 2015. Will Whyte be able to bounce back in style, or will this be Franklin’s big moment?

In his first fight since being knocked out by WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in April, Dillian Whyte takes on Jermaine Franklin.

For Whyte, this is an opportunity to re-establish himself as a significant player in the heavyweight division. He will be optimistic about his chances against Franklin, who has yet to face anyone of note in his 21-fight career.

In addition to recouping from a poor performance against Fury, a win for Whyte could pave the way for a rematch with former two-time world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, who hopes to box in early 2023.

Everything you need to know about Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin is right here.

How to watch Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin Free:

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When is Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin?

  • Date: Saturday, November 26
  • Start time: 2 p.m. ET | 7:00 p.m. GMT | 6 a.m. AEDT
  • Main event: 5 p.m. ET | 10 p.m. GMT | 9 a.m. AEDT (approx.)

Whyte vs. Franklin is scheduled for November 26. The main card begins at approximately 2 p.m. ET | 7 p.m. GMT | 6 a.m. AEDT. Depending on how long the undercard fights last, Whyte and Franklin should arrive at the ring around 5 p.m. ET | 10 p.m. GMT | 9 a.m. AEDT.

Where is Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin?

Whyte vs. Franklin takes place at London’s Wembley Arena. The arena has a capacity of 12,500 people.

Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin Preview:

Whyte’s fight against Franklin will be his first since losing to Tyson Fury earlier this year, and the ‘Body Snatcher’ will be eager to get back on track.

Franklin, his American opponent, is unbeaten in his professional career but now takes a step up to put his unblemished record on the line.

Whyte (27-3 with one no-contest, 18 KOs) was knocked out in round six by WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in front of a record crowd of 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium in April. Fury was in top form, and the 35-year-old Whyte couldn’t keep up with his countryman’s movement, quickness, and accuracy.

According to reports, the winner of this fight could be the next opponent Anthony Joshua next year.

“It’s amazing to be back, doing what I love,” a revitalized Whyte stated. “I can’t wait to get into the ring and prove to the world that when the going gets tough, I can get back up in Wembley and remind everyone why I was WBC number one for over four years.

“Franklin is a scary undefeated heavyweight, but I’m going to teach him a few lessons at the OVO on November 26. Above all, I’m going to teach him how to lose.”

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Franklin (21-0, 14 KOs) became a pro in 2015 and diligently completed his professional learning curve. However, managerial troubles caused Franklin to take a two-and-a-half-year hiatus, which ended in May when Franklin stopped Rodney Moore in the fifth round of a stay-busy contest.

“I’m really pumped to compete in the UK,” Franklin stated. “They adore boxing, and I intend to make a statement by defeating Dillian.” I want them to be enthusiastic about my boxing style and to see me as the people’s champion. Jermaine Franklin Jr. will be revealed to the world.

“Dillian is a fighter. He has a lot of heart and has worked with the greatest. It’s time for him to step aside and allow the ‘989 Assassin’ to make him body number 22 on my list. A brawl is the type of conflict I anticipate. Dillian wants to show that he still has something left in the tank. I want to prove to him that I am the future of boxing and the USA Heavyweights.”

“It’s great to be back, doing what I love,” Dillian Whyte says.

“I can’t wait to get back in the ring and show the world that when the going gets tough, I can get right back up in Wembley and remind everyone why I was WBC number one for over four years.”

“As an undefeated Heavyweight, Franklin is a dangerous man, but on November 26th, I’m going to teach him a few lessons.”

Price of Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin: How much does the card cost?

DAZN monthly subscription: $19.99 in the United States, $20 in Canada, £7.99 in the United Kingdom, and 13.99 AUD.
DAZN annual subscription: $99.99 in the United States, $150 in Canada.
You can watch Whyte vs Franklin by purchasing a DAZN monthly subscription ($19.99) or an annual subscription ($99.99). A DAZN monthly subscription costs $20 in Canada, while a yearly subscription costs $150.

It costs 13.99 AUD per month in Australia. In the United Kingdom, a monthly subscription costs £7.99.

Betting odds for Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin

Whyte is the -1400 favourite, while Franklin is the +800 underdog, according to Caesars.

Sports Interaction shows Whyte is the -1429 favourite in Canada, while Franklin is the +652 underdog.

Dillian Whyte record and bio

  • Nationality: British
  • Born: April 11, 1988
  • Height: 6-4
  • Reach: 78 inches
  • Total fights: 31
  • Record: 27-3 with one no-contest, 18 wins via knockout

Jermaine Franklin record and bio

  • Nationality: American
  • Born: October 21, 1993
  • Height: 6-2
  • Reach: 77 inches
  • Total fights: 21
  • Record: 21-0 with 14 wins via knockout

Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin Fight Card:

  • Main Card
    • Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin; Heavyweight
    • Fabio Wardley vs. Nathan Gorman; For the vacant British heavyweight title
    • Craig Richards vs. Ricards Bolotniks; Light heavyweight
    • Pat McCormack vs. Christian Nicols Andino; Welterweight
    • Sandy Ryan vs. Anahi Ester Sanchez; Women’s super lightweight

    Before the Bell

    • Cheavon Clarke vs. Jose Gregorio Ulrich; Cruiserweight
    • Mark Dickinson vs. Gideon Onyenani; Middleweight
    • George Liddard vs. Nikola Matic; Middleweight
    • Thomas Carty vs. Pavio Krolenko; Heavyweight

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