David Price vs David Allen Preview & Prediction

When is David Price vs David Allen? Saturday 20th July, 2019 - 21:00 approx (UK)

Where is David Price vs David Allen? 02 Arena, London

What channel is David Price vs David Allen on? Sky Sports Box Office (£19.99)

Where can I stream David Price vs David Allen? Sky Sports subscribers can stream the fight via the Sky Sports website

For viewers in the United States, the fight will be shown live and available to stream via the DAZN website and app

Are tickets still available for David Price vs David Allen? 

David Price and David Allen will play the supporting act for the main event between Dillian Whyte and Oscar Rivas at the O2 Arena in London and the two Englishmen promise to put on a show and make quick work in this heavyweight showdown.


Key Points:

  • Significant height and reach advantage for Price (five inches in height and seven inches in reach).

  • Huge knockout power for both men with Price boasting a 79% knockout rate in his wins and an even more impressive 82% for Allen.

  • Allen has lost a considerable amount of weight in the last year where he weighed 272 lbs for his fight with David Howe.


Key Points:

  • Both fighters have been very active, particularly Allen who fought six times in 2018.

  • Price has suffered three brutal knockouts in his last ten fights (four including Erkan Teper who failed a drug test turning this loss into a ‘no contest’) in particular Alexander Povetkin’s devastating finish.

  • Allen is in the form of his life coming off a phenomenal body shot and finish over Lucas Browne.

  • Allen knocked out David Howe who also stands at 6’8”.


Key Points:

  • Their opponents have very similar records up until the time they fought Price and Allen with exactly the same average win percentage.

  • They have only lost to fighters with an average win percentage of at least 83%.

  • Price has fought more experienced fighters.

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Key Points:

  • They match up similarly again, this time regarding their ring time in their last 15 fights.

  • They both rarely see the bell – a sign of their knockout power and aggressiveness.

  • Allen has not gone to a decision in his last six fights even though he is fighting better fighters.

  • Price has had more ring time and taken a lot of damage in his last 15 fights.


Key Points:

  • Price has more experience but has taken a lot of damage in recent fights including four knockouts.

  • Allen is the younger, fresher fighter and is coming off the biggest win of his career against Lucas Browne.

  • They both have huge knockout power and rarely go to a decision.

  • Price has a significant reach advantage.

  • Allen has an explosive overhand right and body shots that can negate the reach advantage.

Prediction: Allen via KO/TKO