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Hearn went on to voice out about the frustration he has encountered trying to find Dillian Whyte a match for his upcoming October 28th date when he returns to the ring, on the undercard of the Anthony Joshua – Kubrat Pulev World Heavyweight Championship bout.

“It’s frustrating trying to get Dillian Whyte an opponent. Every fighter that we’re asking for money we are giving it to them and they’re still coming back and not accepting the fight” Hearn told Boxing News.

Finally, Hearn made the assertion that many are scared to enter the ring with his charge citing his overall ability to fight and how he forces opponents into gruelling battles as the reason many don’t want to fight him. “People don’t want to fight Dillian Whyte. He’s a handful.  He’s a real handful. He’s got a great chin, he don’t stop throwing punching, he’s strong. It’s frustrating. He just keeps coming back at you.”