Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
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Dillian Whyte Furious at Severe Lowball Offer For Joshua Rematch

Dillian Whyte Furious at Severe Lowball Offer For Joshua Rematch

Dillian Whyte claims he has been offered a fight with Anthony Joshua at Wembley Stadium on April 13.

Whyte knows that he is the only name that will ensure Wembley is sold out considering Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are nearly certain to face off again.

Whyte, aka the "Bodysnatcher", is now enjoying a break from boxing after his recent fight against Derek Chisora at the O2 last month, in which he knocked out his opponent.

And talking to talkSPORT, Whyte confirmed that Joshua's camp has made him an offer, but described the offer as "utterly ridiculous", with "The Body Snatcher" believing Joshua doesn't want to fight him in April.

"I don't think he wants to fight me, there's easier paydays out there for him and he knows that I will bring problems to his mum's house, so he don't want it".

"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".


"Wladimir Klitschko's coming back, he's gonna fight again and I'm hearing him linked with a big British heavyweight. 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".

The former two-time heavyweight champion Klitschko hasn't fought since his loss to Joshua in April 2017, but reports claim he could come out of retirement at the age of 42 and Whyte could be his comeback fight.

"Apart from me, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder you can't sell out Wembley". It looks like Tyson Fury will fight Deontay Wilder (again), so he needs to stop messing about. "So let's be realistic", Whyte said of Joshua's potential opponents for the 90,000-capacy national stadium.

Anthony Joshua now holds four of the heavyweight belts but has been accused of ducking his rivals. 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.

"It is a childish offer, if you want to fight, you make a proper offer, you know what I bring to the table". "I wouldn't try to outbox Tyson Fury; I would try and knock him out". I have the rankings, we have history, everybody knows it will be a good fight.

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