Dillian Whyte vs Joseph Parker: Where can I buy tickets for the fight, how much will they cost and when is the fight?

DILLIAN Whyte will take on Joseph Parker on July 28 at London’s O2 arena.

The fight will likely decide the next heavyweight title contender for Anthony Joshua or Deontay Wilder, with both Whyte and Parker having just one professional loss on their records; in both cases, to British star AJ.

 Dillian Whyte will take on Joseph Parker at the O2 Arena in London

Dillian Whyte will take on Joseph Parker at the O2 Arena in London

And if you want to be there in person to watch the mega fight, which also features the likes of Kell Brook and Katie Taylor on the undercard, tickets go on sale Friday June 15 at 10am.

AXS will be selling the tickets on their website when they go on sale, and you can find them here.

You’ll also be able to get tickets of ticket re-seller Stubhub here.

Although make sure you’re not paying over the odds for tickets, as prices have the potential to spiral out of control for popular events on re-selling sites.

 Dillian Whyte is known as the 'Body Snatcher'

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Dillian Whyte is known as the 'Body Snatcher'

Dillian Whyte continues incredible neck workouts by pulling up 30kg with his teeth

The fight between Parker and Whyte will be hotly contested as both fighters will be looking for their next shot at a heavyweight belt, with Anthony Joshua and American brawler Deontay Wilder being touted as potential opponents for the winner.

The bill also features British contender Kell Brook on the undercard, who’ll be fighting at super-welterweight for the second time in his career when he takes on Canadian fighter Brandon Cook.

Brook is looking to earn another win on the road to challenging for a world title at super-welterweight.

 Anthony Joshua beat Joseph Parker at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff in his last fight

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Anthony Joshua beat Joseph Parker at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff in his last fight

Also on the undercard will be Ireland’s Olympic star Katie Taylor, who’s won all nine of her professional bouts since she switched from the amateur ranks in 2016.

She’ll be defending both her WBA and IBF world titles against mandatory challenger Kimberley Connor at the O2 Arena.

The whole night will be available to watch live on Sky Sports Box Office.

DILLIAN Whyte will take on Joseph Parker on July 28 at London’s O2 arena.