The popular boxer Dave Allen turned pro in 2012 and has become a cult hero with brave performances against the likes of Dillian Whyte, Luis Ortiz and Tony Yoka.
“White Rhino” with his record standing at 16-4-2 (13 KO’s), has admitted that he may only have 3 or 4 fights left in him in the “big money game”:
“Everyone knows my real passion is wrestling – You only have to look at my social media which shows it’s a big part of my life,” said Allen.
“I’ve got a big fight to win on April 20 but the discussions are on-going for me to enter the professional wrestling world for 2020 with various organisations.
Dave Allen says he would love to fight Dereck Chisora if they both win their next fights against Browne and Gashi! 🥊💥
— Boxing World 365 🥊🌍 (@BoxingWorld365) March 27, 2019
“I’m in great shape at the minute and want to box three or four times this year and give it my all. But then I’m up for making the switch and be a crossover star in both sports.
“I met Mick Foley a few weeks ago and that’s only fuelled my fire to follow in his footsteps, it’s not over the line yet but the talks are promising.”