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Whyte will be ranked number one on WBC’s list. On top of the WBC Silver heavyweight belt, the Londoner also holds the WBC International title and WBC Silver International title.

The Molina-Breazeale title eliminator bout ordered by the WBC is without a doubt causing confusion and also forces Hearn to alter his plans.

The promoter reportedly offered Wilder a deal to defend his WBC World heavyweight title against Whyte on February 3rd, but Brixton boxer has not been installed as the mandatory challenger.

Breazeale is ranked sixth in the WBC rankings and Molina is not even in the top 10. Both have also faced Anthony Joshua and lost via knockout.

— Tommy Deas (@tommydeas) November 2, 2017

It goes without saying that Whyte was not happy about this decision by the WBC. 

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