Dillian whyte assured that he is dying to crush Deontay Wilder in the future, although he does not know if the former heavyweight champion is interested in returning to the ring or not.
“We do not know if Wilder he’s going to fight again ”, he commented in an interview with Fight Hub TV. “I have not seen him with great interest to return. The only thing he does is upload photos with weapons, drinking and with some drugs. I haven’t seen him training or anything like that. I would love to smash his face, but if he doesn’t want to fight, we don’t know what we can do. “
Wilder has been away from the ring after his fall with Tyson fury in February 2020. On your social networks, Deontay He has not shared photos or videos training, but he has shown off the life he leads.
About your future Whyte He also made it clear that if he didn’t get the fight he would love to WilderI would be willing to go for Trevor bryan by one of the secondary heavyweight belts.
“I would love to go for Bryan, it’s the same belt he had David haye and I would love to go for a championship ”, he commented. “That belt from the AMB it would give me a great opportunity ”.
He also assured that he would seek to activate his mandatory challenger clause to go for Anthony Joshua and you are tired of waiting.
“I should activate the clause, I already waited more than 1000 days,” he said. “They shouldn’t waste any more time. It would have to be mandatory again. I should be able to do that fight in the next three or six months, but we’ll see. “
Rematch against Alexander Povetkin
On the other hand, Whyte He referred to how pleasurable it was to exact revenge on Alexander Povetkin after constant rescheduling due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Today I showed off, it was a great fight,” he considered. “You can always improve but I could finish with Povetkin in the first round, but it’s kind of careful. I took my precautions, calmed down a bit and then went with everything. “
In turn, he also stressed that his boxing has improved and he did not find any flaw in his performance to quickly dispatch the veteran Povetkin.
“I was boxing very well last year, there is nothing wrong with acting,” he said. “In boxing you have to decide quickly and when you make a mistake you can pay dearly. This time I focused a lot, I had a great balance and it was easy to adjust to win “