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Robert Helenius will get the chance of a lifetime when he steps into the ring against Dillian Whyte on October 28th.

‘The Nordic Nightmare’ will be the only fighter representing his native country of Finland on the Joshua-Pulev undercard in Cardiff.

Needless to say, Helenius is more than excited about this opportunity to face a big name like Whyte and fight for the vacant WBC Silver Heavyweight title.

“It’s a really big and an important fight for me in every way. This fight will show me the direction where my career is going. I’m going there to win,” said Helenius to a Finnish news channel MTV 3.

Helenius originally declined a couple of offers from Matchroom but eventually accepted the fight against Whyte. One of the biggest reasons behind the decision was the sparring against the heavyweight champion.

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