Dillian Whyte is looking to bounce back later this year following his defeat to now retired WBC champion Tyson Fury.
The Brixton heavyweight contender took to Instagram to let his fans know that he has had enough time off and is relishing a return to action.
Whyte posted a story on his account earlier this week and said:
“Am ready for war again, have had enough of this civilized, chilled family guy BS. I want f*****g war again.”
The outspoken fighter is no stranger to wars inside the ring, with the phrase “maximum violence” often being connected to the 35-year-old.
Before his loss to Fury at Wembley Stadium in April, Whyte had wins over fellow contenders such as Alexander Povetkin, Derek Chisora and Joseph Parker.
Whyte is currently a free agent, although has had a strong relationship with Matchroom and Eddie Hearn over the years.
Boxxer CEO Ben Shalom has thrown his promotional hat in the ring making no secret of the fact he would like to work with Whyte.
Whyte has recently been linked with a fight against the young and dangerous Daniel Dubois, and even a trilogy fight with long-time rival, Derek Chisora.
Dubois holds the WBA ‘Regular’ title after beating former champion Trevor Bryan by knockout a couple of months ago on a Don King card in Miami.
The 24-year-old is currently embroiled in a legal battle with King over an unpaid purse for the fight against Bryan.
After his triumphant night Stateside Dubois returned to the UK and mentioned the likes of Whyte and Joe Joyce as possible opponents in the future.