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Yeasin Hossain
Apr 20 · 3 min read

Former WBA heavyweight champion Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne and domestic level fighter David Allen have a lot on the line for their 12 round scrap this Saturday night on DAZN and Sky Sports at the O2 Arena in London, England. Both guys need wins to stay in the hunt for bigger fights.
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‘White Rhino’ battles former WBA champion Lucas Browne on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports, while fellow heavyweight Chisora and welterweight duo Kelly and Benn also return to action on the same bumper bill.

There’s no dislike involved between the two guys. They’re both looking to get the ‘W’ in a professional way without a whole lot of trash talking in order to take their respective careers to the next level. With former World Boxing Association heavyweight champion Browne (28–1, 24 KOs) being 40-years-old, it’s important that he get the win, as this could be the last hance saloon for him. It’s not as big of a deal for the 26-year-old Allen (16–4–2, 13 KOs) though, as he’s got time to rebuild his career if he loses. Additionally, Allen is promoted by Eddie Hearn of Matchroom, so he’s going to keep getting chances for fights even if he loses. Moreover, Allen has heavy hands, he throws a lot of punches, and makes it exciting. Browne has power too, but he’s slow, has a lot work rate, and as this writer already mentioned, he’s old.

Browne was recently stopped in the sixth round by #1 WBC Dillian Whyte last year in March 2018. Browne has won his last three fights against lower level opposition. Browne’s last win over journeyman Kamil Sokolowski was a controversial six round points decision. It looked like Browne lost the fight, but the referee scored it for him by a 57–56 score. Boxing News 24 had Sokolowski winning the fight by a five rounds to one score. Browne was knocked down by a big left hook from Sokolowski in the second round. Never the less, the fact Browne is struggling with journeymen at this point in his career shows where he’s at. The lack of hand speed for Browne was troubling. He looked glacially slow in getting beaten to the punch all night by Sokolowski.
‘White Rhino’ is in the form of his life after notching successive stoppage wins over Nick Webb, Samir Nebo and Ariel Esteban Bracamonte in the second half of 2018. The Doncaster fans’ favourite rich vein of form began with a “life-changing” fourth round knockout win against Webb at The O2 in July and he hopes to make it three KO’s from three fights at the Greenwich venue next month.

Browne returns to the scene of his sole career loss to Dillian Whyte determined to redeem himself with a big knockout win over cult hero Allen. Since that loss the 28–1 Australian, who’s career-best win came against Ruslan Chagaev in 2016, has bounced back with three wins and he believes another victory on April 20 will fire his name back into the World mix.

“I have never trained so hard in my life,” said Allen. “I’m going to knock Browne spark out, I hit too hard for him. Even though there’s no animosity in the build-up, I want to punch him all over The O2 in to row Z.
“Lucas Browne, if he’s planning on beating me with power, he might as well stay in Australia, because there’s zero chance of me getting knocked out.”

Watch David Allen against Lucas Browne on the O2 bill, including Derek Chisora vs Senad Gashi, Josh Kelly and Joe Cordina on Saturday, from 7pm on Sky Sports Action.