Whyte Wants Fury Or Charr Before Joshua Rematch

While Eddie Hearn may be looking for him to face off with Deontay Wilder, Dillian Whyte looks towards two other potential targets to follow up his victory over Joseph Parker.

“I want either (Tyson) Fury or (Manuel) Charr next,” Whyte exclusively told Sky Sports.

“Charr has the WBA belt so why not, it’s a good fight, he’s a great fighter and will come to fight. Whether he wants it is a different story, I know I do and it can be made.

“Then there’s Fury. The guy’s a joker and a mess, mentally and physically, he’s irrelevant right now.

“He’s saying he wants to fight Wilder, but he’s talking rubbish, that won’t happen and it makes no sense right now.

Whyte told Sky Sports that he and Fury have sparred before, and it he feels it’ll be an easy night if the two square off.

“Fury knows what happened the last time we shared the ring. I’m not going to talk about sparring stories but he knows,” the heavyweight told Sky Sports.

“Let’s face Fury in December, then Joshua at Wembley and then Deontay Wilder to become the undisputed king… I could go in as a world champion for the AJ rematch if I beat Charr first which would make it huge.”

Initial Report: Sky Sports

 

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