Dillian Whyte has once again intensified his feud with Deontay Wilder, as he revealed that he would beat the ‘Bronze Bomber‘ to a pulp. Although, there are haven’t been any official talks regarding the match, the feud sure does set up a hotly contested future match.
Whyte, who takes on Alexander Povetkin in a rematch, later this year; in an interview with iFL TV, claimed that he has worked a lot for the WBC Title. It is to be noted that, the rematch against Povetkin is for the WBC Interim Heavyweight title.
‘I would love to beat the gap for beating him up sick‘ – Dillian Whyte
Dillian Whyte was quoted as saying, “I would love to push these (fists) into Wilder’s face. I never pushed these into his face you know. But I would love to push one of these into his face, but it is what it is, man.” [via Essentially Sports]
He further, said, “I would love to beat the gap for beating him up sick, but you know we have got to think business-wise and be smart and obviously I have worked a lot for the WBC world title. So, that’s what I am focusing, you know.“
Dillian Whyte, is coming off a loss against Alexander Povetkin. He was knocked out in the fifth round, thereby losing his WBC Interim Heavyweight title. Whyte triggered his rematch clause – the rematch was originally set to take place on the 21st of November, 2020, but was postponed due to Povetkin suffering from COVID-19. The two are expected to fight, later this year, after which Whyte might look to lay his hands on Wilder.
Deontay Wilder, is coming off ‘that loss’ against Tyson Fury. He hasn’t fought since that and hasn’t even hinted about his next fight. Do you see this match happening?