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Dillian Whyte won’t have to wait long to try and avenge his shocking August knockout loss to Alexander Povetkin, with the rematch now official for Nov. 21. The fight date was confirmed by Matchroom Boxing on Tuesday, one day after Whyte promised the fight news would drop.

Whyte served as the WBC No. 1 contender for more than 1,000 days, including holding the WBC interim heavyweight championship before he ran into Povetkin in what was viewed by many as a stay-busy bout. The initial meeting, which took place Aug. 22 at Matchroom Boxing’s Fight Camp, was going according to script through four rounds, including Whyte scoring two knockdowns in Round…

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