Dillian Whyte (25-1) revealed that he has now received an offer to fight Anthony Joshua on April 13 at Wembley Stadium, but he's branded the proposal as, "utterly ridiculous", and claims it's less than what he made to fight Dereck Chisora in their recent rematch last December.
The heavyweight contender from Brixton has emerged as the front runner to be AJ's next opponent despite fans calling for the unification fight with WBC champion Deontay Wilder.
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"It's just silly, I'm a pay-per-view fighter now in the United Kingdom which I've built by myself against all the odds. I just believe I will take it into his kitchen and rip the sink out, he doesn't like body punches as well, I know that from sparring with him". They share the same promoter in Matchroom boss Eddie Hearn, so in theory it should be an easy fight to make.
It is clear now that Whyte is one of the most feared men in the heavyweight division, and whoever his next opponent may be, it is likely to be another mouth-watering encounter.
Whyte also went on to admit he would be open to facing Wladimir Klitschko in the future if the former heavyweight champion made a dramatic comeback this year. Me, Tyson Fury and Wilder, you can't sell out Wembley with anybody else.More news: Silva praises Everton's 'personality and character' during Bournemouth victory
"It looks like Tyson Fury's gonna fight Deontay Wilder, so if he's serious he needs to stop messing about". Whyte might be overestimating his ability to knock him out. He gave Anthony Joshua hell, but I just believe it's my time now and I know what to do.
"We fought twice already, no-one's gonna complain about the fight, so what's the problem?" It's way less than what I made against Chisora basically.
Anthony Joshua now holds four of the heavyweight belts but has been accused of ducking his rivals. There's middle ground, there's OK ground and there's way, way, way off. Whyte and AJ shared words in the ring following that fight, with the champion booed for saying his priority was trying to secure a fight with Wilder. I have trained alongside him and sparred him, I will knock him out'.More news: Samsung’s foldable phone could launch alongside the Galaxy S10
"I know exactly what to do".