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Lately, there have been strong rumours about Dillian Whyte fighting against Dereck Chisora again.

“There’s very good chance Dillian Whyte will be on that card,” revealed Hearn.

Both Whyte and Chisora have been photographed meeting with Hearn within the past seven days.

— Derek Chisora 🥊 (@dellboychisora) August 28, 2017

One would definitely start connecting some dots.

As for the rest of the undercard, Hearn confirmed a good amount of names.

“Big undercard, multiple world titles, all of our top boys. Gamal Yafai, Katie Taylor, Dillian Whyte, Frank Buglioni, Joshua Buatsi, Joe Cordina,” revealed the promoter. 

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