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Robert Helenius has stated that he is coming to Cardiff with a mission in mind – to get a win over Dillian Whyte by any means necessary.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Whyte admitted he has seen his upcoming opponent and even gave Helenius compliments.

“I’ve seen him, he’s a good fighter, very well-rounded with a good jab and good boxing ability. You can see he’s got a very good amateur career,” said Whyte.

According to Sky Sports, Helenius is ready to ‘stand and trade’ with Whyte. ‘The Body Snatcher’ is not against the idea going toe-to-toe with ‘The Nordic Nightmare’.

“I don’t walk out there to have wars, but if it comes down to it, I’ll have it. I hope he does stand and trade because if he does I might trade with him, or use my boxing skills,” stated Whyte.

However, Whyte hasn’t forgotten about Deontay Wilder either.

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