Dillian Whyte could reclaim his position as the mandatory challenger to Tyson Fury’s WBC heavyweight title with a victory in a second fight against Povetkin, but Hunter has warned another defeat would derail Whyte permanently.
Efe Ajagba has already plotted how he would dethrone Joshua, whose pride for his African heritage is worn in the form of a tattoo on his arm.
The undefeated 22-year-old heavyweight stopped Ricardo Snijders in the second round on Saturday to defend his WBO international title, cementing his status as the No 3 challenger in the WBO rankings.
Daniel Dubois Strengthens His Position For a Shot at Unified Heavyweight Champion
Terri Harper retained her WBC super-featherweight title after a split decision draw with Natasha Jonas following a thrilling encounter at ‘Fight Camp.’
Terri Harper Retains WBC
Eddie Hearn wishes Aadam Hamed well: “It’s a great story”; Frank Warren hopes 20-year-old can follow in his father’s footsteps
“Either Anthony Joshua fights Usyk first or fights Fury without the WBO belt,”
WBC confirms Dillian Whyte has taken legal action against governing body over date of mandatory WBC title fight
“It will be 2021, but there is a big period of time where Dillian Whyte should be getting his shot at the world title and that’s important to us.”
“We’ve talked to them. They’re ready to put up money for the Fury fight against Wilder in November or December.
“We are waiting to see if the authorities in Macau will allow an event with full spectators
Dillian Whyte says Tyson Fury is ‘running scared’ after promoter Bob Arum suggested he wanted to ‘eliminate’ WBC mandatory fight
Dillian Whyte says Tyson Fury is “running scared” in a scathing response after promoter Bob…
Tyson Fury’s UK-based promoter Frank Warren insists “our door is open” to agree “the fight…