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Otto Wallin says Dillian Whyte must PROVE he’s injured after retiring with a shoulder problem

Otto Wallin claims that Dillian Whyte must PROVE that he is injured after retiring from his fight with a shoulder problem and urges the body thief to be ‘true to his word’ and fight him amid fears that he may go ahead and face Tyson Fury.

  • Otto Wallin has called an independent doctor to prove that Dillian Whyte is injured
  • The pair were scheduled to meet in the ring next weekend, but it has now been canceled.
  • Whyte suffered a shoulder injury and his wait for a title shot continues


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Otto Wallin has asked Dillian Whyte to be examined by an independent doctor following the cancellation of their fight earlier in the week.

The pair were scheduled to meet in the ring next weekend, but Whyte was forced to retire after sustaining a shoulder injury in training.

Wallin has now called an independent doctor to prove Whyte is injured and admitted that he was frustrated because he was desperate to get into the ring with the ‘Body Snatcher’.

Otto Wallin has called an independent doctor to prove that Dillian Whyte is injured

Otto Wallin has called an independent doctor to prove that Dillian Whyte is injured

Whyte's long wait for a title shot continues after pulling out of the fight with Otto

Whyte's long wait for a title shot continues after pulling out of the fight with Otto

Whyte’s long wait for a title shot continues after pulling out of the fight with Otto

Speaking in Exit secondsWallin said: ‘They have the right to withdraw from the fight if he is injured, but they have to prove the injury.

“I’m not saying it’s not real, but please have an independent doctor look at it so we can all know.”

Then he added: ‘I’m here to fight him, I want to fight him. He’s been given a lot of credit for fighting tough guys, now he’s got to be true to his word. ‘

The feeling of frustration was mutual with Whyte, who admitted: ‘I’m devastated that I had a great camp and I had a great match.

Whyte could have been the mandatory challenger to WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury

Whyte could have been the mandatory challenger to WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury

Whyte could have been the mandatory challenger to WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury

‘He was eager to knock out Wallin and would have done it in the first half of the fight.

“I am devastated that I will not be able to fight on October 30, but I want to thank everyone for all their support.”

Had the Brixton fighter been able to beat Wallin, he would have had a clear path to be the mandatory challenger to WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, having waited more than 600 days for his chance.

It remains to be seen if the fight will reorganize and how long Whyte will be on the sidelines due to his injury.

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