By Chukwuka Joseph (AGENDAWATCHDOG) – Following his win by TKO against Alexander Povetkin last week, Dillian Whyte took back his WBC interim heavyweight title in spectacular fashion.
With 28 wins out of 30 career fights, Whyte is one of the hottest names in boxing right now, and Matchroom Boxing’s Eddie Hearn is supposedly lining up Deontay Wilder or Andy Ruiz Jr as his next opponent.
“Boxing Fight Simulations” on YouTube was quick to jump on these recent rumours, as they set up a CPU simulation fight between Wilder and Whyte while ensuring that their traits in the game were as realistic as possible.
During the simulated fight, viewers can see each fighter’s stamina bar at the bottom of the screen. Many will notice that Wilder’s stamina decreases faster than Whyte’s during the early stages of the fight.
The two superstars traded blows throughout the fight, which would get many thinking as to how ruthless a real-life Wilder-Whyte matchup would truly be.
Ultimately, the feisty, computer-simulated affair saw Whyte come out on top towards the end of the ninth round, as an emphatic knockout blow sent Wilder tumbling down.
The judges’ scorecard is shown at the end of video, with Whyte winning each by just one point. Each judge scored Whyte higher from the sixth round onwards, showing that the Brit was able to gain the upper hand when it mattered.
Wilder has not got in the ring since his defeat to Tyson Fury in February 2020, and with Anthony Joshua now set to take care of the Gypsy King in 2021, the American will surely be looking to fight a marquee opponent in his first bout for over a year.