Hatfield’s Tom Little set to fight on huge Whyte v Chisora bill

PUBLISHED: 16:30 07 December 2018

Hatfield heavyweight Tom Little fought Daniel Dubois in his last outing. Picture: CHRIS RADBURN/PA

Hatfield heavyweight Tom Little fought Daniel Dubois in his last outing. Picture: CHRIS RADBURN/PA

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Hatfield’s Tom Little will fight on the undercard of the crunch rematch between Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora.

The 31-year-old will battle Liverpool’s David Price at the O2 in London on December 22.

It will be Little’s first fight since being stopped by Daniel Dubois in June although Price too comes into the contest on the back of defeats.

The Hatfield heavyweight said: “I’m fighting a huge name and it’s a dream come true to be honest.

“Not to discredit David but I think his last couple of losses have taken a lot out of him and that will be the difference.

“I think I’m mentally stronger than David. He’s going to let his last couple of defeats get to him whereas I’m just eager to put them behind me and move on.

“I’m willing to go to them deep and dark places to get the win. I’m expecting a very rough fight that will steal the show.

“One way or the other, this fight won’t be going the distance.”


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