Dillian Whyte (25-1) revealed that he has now received an offer to fight Anthony Joshua on April 13 at Wembley Stadium, but he's branded the proposal as, "utterly ridiculous", and claims it's less than what he made to fight Dereck Chisora in their recent rematch last December.
WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO may come out of retirement in April to take on Dillian Whyte at Wembley, according to reports.
Whyte knocked out Derek Chisora in December previous year to position himself for a rematch against his long-standing rival after the champion's failure to advance talks with American Wilder.
"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". "The offer is silly, I am a pay-per-view fighter now, I have worked my way up with nine wins since I boxed him, all won in spectacular fashion. But amid talk of an unlikely return, Whyte said he'd 'happily fight" Klitschko, claiming: 'He won't be coming back ever again after I'm done with him.
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However, Whyte is clearly not prepared to accept chump change for his first world title shot, accusing Joshua of "arrogance" in negotiations and pointing out that he is now a big draw in the United Kingdom in his own right.
And he sensationally added that 42-year-old ex-lineal champ Klitschko, who retired in 2017 after a breathtaking defeat to Joshua, could be set to dust off his gloves on April 13.
"Apart from me, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder you can't sell out Wembley", Whyte continued, "So let's be realistic. I'll knock him out", Whyte said. It looks like Tyson Fury will fight Deontay Wilder (again), so he needs to stop messing about.
Gillian white in 2015 knockout lost to Anthony Joshua. 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. It's way less than what I made against Chisora basically. He gave Anthony Joshua hell, but I just believe it's my time now and I know what to do.
"I know exactly what to do, I've trained alongside him for years and I know what he's like, I'll knock him out".