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‘The Nordic Nightmare’ Robert Helenius says he’ll inflict a knockout defeat on Dillian Whyte which will dash his hopes and aspirations for a world title fight when they clash for the WBC ‘Silver’ Heavyweight title at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday October 28, live on Sky Sports Box Office on the Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam undercard.

“I will definitely win by knockout … He will definitely fall. I know it will be a tough fight, but it will be a tough fight for Dillian more than it will be for me, and it will be a loss on his record, that’s it. I hope he stands and fights with me and doesn’t run, as his reputation suggests.”

“I have absolutely no worries about ring rust because I am always, always in training. I feel I have ten years left in boxing, and during this time I will definitely become world heavyweight champion. I have no doubts” Helenius emphatically stated.

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