Dillian Whyte Furious at Severe Lowball Offer For Joshua Rematch

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With Joshua pondering a move from his April 13th fight at Wembley Stadium, to a fight at Madison Square Garden against Jarrell Miller, and Amir Khan choosing to fight Terrence Crawford instead of Kell Brook, Hearn has a gaping hole in his schedule.

Wilder and Fury are the other two fighters consistently linked with Joshua but former undisputed heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis has said that he believes that current heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua does not want to fight either man.

'The Bronze Bomber' looks set to rematch with Tyson Fury for his green belt after their previous encounter ended with a draw, meaning Whyte is an obvious option to fill the void for the April 13 date.

But according to Whyte, he received the very first offer and it was very low - even less than what Whyte earned for last month's rematch with Dereck Chisora.

"It is a ridiculous offer, they're not serious about the fight, I don't think they want the fight, I think they just made an offer to cover ground".

"It's just silly, I'm a pay-per-view fighter now in the United Kingdom which I've built by myself against all the odds".

"If Klitschko returned to Boxing, then I'll meet him and knock him out. I just believe I will take it into his kitchen and rip the sink out, he doesn't like body punches as well, I know that from sparring with him".

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El suceso se produjo en torno a las 14 horas en una zona conocida como el Dolmen del Cerro de la Corona . El hueco no contaba con ningún tipo de protección alrededor y era el único pozo de la finca.

"It's an easy fight to make". Now Whyte has poured more cold water on a potential meeting.

"It's a big fight - he's one of the best fighters in the world". Me, Tyson Fury and Wilder, you can't sell out Wembley with anybody else.

"It's not Fury and it's not Joshua, and I'm hearing that could be the fight that we see there". Whyte might be overestimating his ability to knock him out.

"We fought twice already, no-one's gonna complain about the fight, so what's the problem?"

Gillian white in 2015 knockout lost to Anthony Joshua. There's middle ground, there's OK ground and there's way, way, way off. Though there is no word on whether or not Klitschko is in fact un-retiring, Whyte is intrigued by the concept of a potential fight against him. "I wouldn't try to outbox Tyson Fury; I would try and knock him out".

"I know exactly what to do".

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