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.
His biggest argument is that Wladimir Klitschko exposed Joshua in their fight last April.
“Fight him again it will be a different story. He’s shown that he’s vulnerable when he gets put under pressure. You have to keep the pressure on him. It makes it a lot easier being there once and doing it on the big stage now. I believe I’m ready now for these big fights,” said Whyte in a recent interview with Sky Sports.
Whyte also claimed that Joshua talks ‘a lot of rubbish’ and is pleased with the fact that heavyweight boxers are mentioning his name.
“Anthony Joshua talks a lot of rubbish. He tries to pretend to be this bad, aggressive man whenever my name is mentioned, but he’s not that way inclined. For me it’s good. The worst thing in sport is not to be talked about, but my name is being mentioned with all the top heavyweights in the world. He’s world champion and he’s calling my name, so I’ll take it as a privilege that the world champion is calling me out. I’m happy about that,” commented Whyte.