Whyte wins in comeback, Spike loses

Former heavyweight title challenger Dillian “The Body Snatcher” Whyte (30-3, 21 KOs) returned for the first time since November 2022 to stop Christian Hammer (27-11, 17 KOs) after three rounds on Sunday at the TF Royal Hotel in Castlebar, Ireland.

In an upset, middleweight Gary “Spike” O’Sullivan (31-6, 21 KOs) returned for the first time since his world title defeat against WBA king Erislandy Lara in May 2022 only to lose an eight round decision to unheralded Sofiane Khati (15-4, 5 KOs) by a score of 77-76.

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  • Let me guess, dillian whyte or dereck chisora will be the next challenger for fury, wilder, or joshua! This two are stepping stones in the heavyweight division!

    • If not them, how about David Price and Audley Harrison? They are available.

  • That was Spike’s last fight and it was Lara’s last fight and he’s still reigning champion. That’s messed up!

    • Lucie, I think that they live in a different world where their decisions make perfect sense. How else can this joke be explained. Not a knock on Lara who I think had a great career with a couple of unjust calls against him, but this is ridiculous.

  • curious which was worse. this whyte-hammer fight? or the recent joyce fight?

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