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“He’s unpredictable. Even he doesn’t know what will happen when he wakes up in the morning. You can never bank on someone like that. He might wake up and decide to never box again, or decide to try and become world champion. He’s blown it big time. There was lots of money on the line in a big event but he’s blown it. I’m very disappointed. He’s just not ambitious enough anymore” Whyte added.

“We tried to make the rematch back in June but it didn’t happen. [Next February] I was expecting to fight Deontay Wilder and, if that fell through, Chisora was the back-up, but now it’s unlikely,” Whyte said.

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