Dillian Whyte's brutal knockout of Lucas Browne came as a surprise to some people, who had given Lucas Browne the power advantage ahead of Saturday nigh's clash.
The updates are encouraging given how bad Browne looked in the ring following the knockout.
This was a big night for Dillian Whyte, with the fight being shown on North American television, and he was straight into promotional mode after the fight.
Anthony Joshua made a good earner off the bookies by predicting Dillian Whyte's win over Lucas Browne.
As for the fight itself, Browne had never tasted defeat in his career before this weekend but he came up short against the defending WBC Silver heavyweight champion.
Times have often been tough in the life of Dillian Whyte, but times change and now the heavyweight from South London has to get used to not being an underdog.
"I'm his promoter but boxer to boxer he will know there are some things he would want to do differently I'm sure, but that is a conversation for another day". I am not world champion but I packed out the O2.
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It is understandable for boxing fans to be frustrated given that it was a really good left hook from Whyte.
The Brixton boxer produced an explosive finish in the sixth round to leave Browne on the canvas and after the victory - which preserved his status as the WBC's number one ranked contender - Whyte called out Wilder and suggested the pair could meet as early as June this year.
When Whyte brutally knocked Australian Browne unconscious 37s into the sixth round Joshua was suddenly $1270 richer.
Hearn felt a fight against Wilder was more viable for Whyte right now. LET'S GO! I'm ready!
Going into the bout there was no love lost between the two combatants, but it was Whyte's superior boxing ability that allowed him to dominate the fight right from the get go.
This was Browne's first significant fight since Chagaev while Whyte had built up some momentum with six successive wins since being stopped in the seventh round by Joshua in December 2015.