Klitschko May Return To Face Whyte At Wembley

Dillian Whyte isn't happy with the money being offered to fight Anthony Joshua but it seems Wladimir Klitschko isn't a likely replacement

Dillian Whyte isn't happy with the money being offered to fight Anthony Joshua but it seems Wladimir Klitschko isn't a likely replacement

Dillian Whyte has slammed fellow heavyweight Anthony Joshua after he received an opening offer from the Brit ahead of a potential clash on April 13, talkSPORT report.

'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.

Joshua is due to defend his world heavyweight titles at Wembley on April 13 and Whyte moved into pole position by knocking out Dereck Chisora last month.

"There's been a first offer but it is utterly ridiculous", Whyte told Jim White on talkSPORT, "It's way less than what I made against Chisora basically".

'It is a childish offer, they know what I bring to the table, if he doesn't get Deontay Wilder or Tyson Fury then I am the only one who sells Wembley out.' The Body Snatcher has fought his way back into contention with nine uninterrupted wins since he was stopped by AJ back in 2015. It's silly; I'm a pay per view fighter, I've built myself up.

"Wladimir Klitschko's coming back, he's gonna fight again and I'm hearing him linked with a big British heavyweight. He doesn't like body punches as well, I know that from sparring with him".

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"It's an easy fight to make".

Whyte also went on to admit he would be open to facing Wladimir Klitschko in the future if the former heavyweight champion made a dramatic comeback this year.

Fury returned after nearly three years outside the boxing game to fight the American Deontay Wilder at the start of December, sharing the spoils after recovering from being knocked down twice during the fight. "So let's be realistic", Whyte said of Joshua's potential opponents for the 90,000-capacy national stadium.

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

"[It's] way off, how can I make more to fight Dereck Chisora?" There's middle ground, there's okay ground and there's way, way, way off. Whyte and AJ shared words in the ring following that fight, with the champion booed for saying his priority was trying to secure a fight with Wilder.

"I know exactly what to do". "I wouldn't try to outbox Tyson Fury; I would try and knock him out".

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