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Joshua felt that a rematch with Whyte would have allowed the maximum entertainment value for the 70,000 spectators at the Principality Stadium. “Dillian was the first person I asked to fight in Cardiff, because the two people who brought the best out of me entertainment-wise were Dillian and Klitschko … The type of fight it was, it was great. Dillian, the same reason, it was just a buzz, everyone had a good time. Let’s look back at certain careers — if you can pick memorable nights Dillian would be one and Klitschko would be one. Out of my career, there should be four or five memorable nights and we’ve already ticked off two.” Joshua said to Nick Parkinson

The promoter for both Joshua and Whyte, Eddie Hearn has however revealed that he has plans to put Whyte on a different path, as it is no secret he is aggressively hunting a matchup between ‘The Bodysnatcher’ and undefeated WBC Heavyweight Champion, Deontay Wilder before then pitting the winner against Joshua in a blockbuster summer unification. Eddie Hearn said on the matter “AJ will have a fight in March or something like that, then we fight the winner of Wilder-Whyte in the summer for the unification.”

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