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Dillian Whyte is scheduled to make his U.S debut on the undercard of Crawford-Indongo this Saturday.

‘The Body Snatcher’ will face Malcolm Tann (24-5) in a fight that hasn’t got much of a meaning a part from Whyte fighting on American soil for the first time.

And that’s why Whyte is already calling out Anthony Joshua again in hopes of landing a second fight against the current heavyweight king. Their first bout ended with a seventh round knockout victory for Joshua. Whyte believes it could be a different story in a rematch. 

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