Joshua: If Wilder Doesn’t Want My Fight, It Will Be Dillian Whyte

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25 December, 2018

While Joshua believes he will crush Whyte easier in a second fight, former world champion Carl Froch believes the Olympic gold medal victor is anticipating a tough fight.

Whyte, 30, secured a dramatic and stunning victory against heavyweight rival, Dereck Chisora.

Wilder's draw with Tyson Fury in LA has put the American in an awkward position regarding his next bout, and it's expected he will fight the Mancunian again before entering the ring with Joshua. It was a controversial fight and when it's like that you've got to come back.

"I want that [Joshua] lanky piece of s*** over there next", Whyte said.

Whyte even roused the crowd to boo Joshua, who, like the British public, are restless for the champion to be matched with the best.

Joshua is eager for a unification fight with WBC champion Deontay Wilder of the United States.

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Miller has been campaigning for a fight with unified heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua.

"If Deontay Wilder ain't serious, and he's going to fight Tyson Fury and he doesn't want to become undisputed, Dillian you'll get a shot".

Reports suggest Hearn is keen to introduce Joshua to the United States audience with Miller seen as the ideal debut bout stateside. If anybody deserves a world title shot, I think it's Dillian.

"It didn't matter if Canelo ate a steak with substances that night [referring to his suspension for a tainted supplement ahead of a Gennady Golovkin bout], that was the easiest fight of my career", Mayweather said of Canelo when asked about his lucrative deal with DAZN. For sure. We've got to do the rematch. "It was a great fight and I enjoyed it".

Whyte continued: 'You're a tough man. Tempers flare sometimes and we go off at each other but nothing but respect, bruv'. It's not like I had a bad loss.

Hearn said: "I do know that Anthony Joshua against Jarrell Miller at Madison Square Garden would be something very, very special".


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