Dillian Whyte to face Mariusz Wach on Joshua-Ruiz undercard in Saudi Arabia
Dillian Whyte will Confront Mariusz Wach on the undercard of Anthony Joshua’s world title rematch from Saudi Arabia with Andy Ruiz Jr on December.
British heavyweight Whyte has not fought because it emerged he neglected a UK Anti-Doping (Ukad) test in the build-up into his triumph over Oscar Rivas in July.
Whyte has not confronted any sanction for its adverse evaluation and was cleared to battle Rivas on the afternoon of their bout.
“I am going to keep pursuing the world names,” said Whyte, 31.
He added:”When I keep winning then I aspire to land that domain shot in 2020.”
39, poland’s Wach, has 35 wins and five defeats and dropped a unanimous points decision if he challenged Wladimir Klitschko for a world title in 2012.
“Wach’s probably got one of the best chins in the heavyweight division,” said Whyte, who’s 26 wins from 27 bouts.
Has not commented on if there are any investigations into the negative test of Whyte.
The British Boxing Board of Control hasn’t suspended Whyte also permits Ukad to deal with its protocols.
Earlier in November, his promoter Eddie Hearn told Sport”it’d be absurd” to get Whyte not to keep rival”while there’s absolutely no reason to allow him to wait patiently”.
Hearn urged Ukad to offer on cases swiftly, mentioning the 12 weeks it required to prohibit fighter Ryan Martin.
Whyte passed all tests with Colombia’s Rivas but had been informed of his failed Ukad test three times before his win on 20 July.