Dillian Whyte vs Otto Wallin: Body Snatcher looks in unreal shape after transformation

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Dillian Whyte is in incredible shape with three weeks to go ahead of his fight against Otto Wallin.

The two will share a ring later this month on October 30 with the Britain’s WBC interim heavyweight title on the line.

The Body Snatcher regained the title by defeating Russian powerhouse Alexander Povetkin back in March. He also avenged his defeat to the Russian last year in the process.

Whyte has clearly been putting in a great deal of hard work to shape himself up for the fight and that has evidently been paying off after his Instagram post a few days ago.

The 33-year-old posted a picture of himself and he looks in incredible shape, especially compared to when we last saw him in the ring!

Just take a look at the before and after photos down below!

Before

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After

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Talk about a transformation!

Read more: Dillian Whyte vs Otto Wallin: Date, Tickets, Venue, Odds, Stats And Everything You Need To Know

And fans of the heavyweight boxer can barely hide their amazement either, taking over his comments section with severe praise for the Brit.

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Whyte & Wallin’s Career So Far

Whyte has had a pretty good career so far, winning 28 out of his 30 fights. His first defeat came against Anthony Joshua in December 2015 while fighting for the WBC International, Commonwealth and vacant British heavyweight titles.

Whyte’s second defeat was against Povetkin in Brentwood last year before defeating him in March. He now takes on Wallin, who has won 22 out of his 24 fights so far.

The Swede’s only defeat came after 20 wins and a no contest, with Tyson Fury beating him via unanimous decision.

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Wallin has won each of his two fights since, defeating Travis Kaufman via knockout and triumphing over Dominic Breazeale via unanimous decision earlier this year.

The fight between Whyte and Wallin for the WBC interim heavyweight title is certainly one to look forward to and it will be interesting to see who comes out on top.

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