Joshua: "Dillian Whyte has to recover and get up to come back"

AJ referred to his compatriot’s loss to Alexander Povetkin, in which he lost the interim WBC heavyweight championship.

In a surprise defeat Dillian whyte lost his interim heavyweight championship of the World Boxing Council versus Alexander Povetkin. However, his compatriot Anthony Joshua He came out to defend him for losing the title.

In this regard, AJ said in an interview with Sky Sports: “People are going to talk all kinds of things about Dillian’s performance, but Dillian is a fighter, so I stick with him as a fighter and tell him to dust himself off. Get up and come back. “

And he added: “The fight was called ‘Maximum violence’, so when I had the opportunity to take it out, I wanted to see that maximum violence. For me, when I smell blood, I go in to knock someone out. Sometimes they can catch you in the exchange, but if you leave it a round or two later, as you see there, anything can happen. “

Finally, Joshua closed: “Tactics sometimes go out the window and you have to remember this is a fight and you have to get the man out and move on to the next one. Well done to Povetkin. Dillian, dust yourself off, champ, come back. again.”

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