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After Kubrat Pulev’s injury announcement and withdrawal from his fight against Anthony Joshua, there was one name that popped up immediately afterward.

Dillian Whyte.

A part of the boxing fans wanted it, ‘AJ’ wanted it, but promoter Eddie Hearn had to step in and say not just yet.

“Joshua said ‘what about Dillian?’ And Dillian would have had it, but it’s not the right time, you’d like to let them both prepare,” said Hearn in an interview with Sky Sports.

On top of that, Joshua would have lost his IBF World heavyweight title because Whyte is not high enough on the rankings list.

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