Stephen Dunmoye

Heavyweight boxer, Dillian Whyte, is determined to settle score with Anthony, adding that even when he is 60 years old; it’s a fight that needs to be fought.

A rematch between the British rivals, who first fought in the amateurs back in 2009, has been proposed for early 2023.

Revenge has been on Whyte’s mind ever since he lost their professional domestic bout seven years ago, so much so that he’d excuse his usual demands to get his hands on the British-Nigerian again.

According to Whyte, “I’ll fight Joshua tomorrow. I’ll fight him for less money. Whenever me and him fight, sparks fly. We just want to beat each other up.”

Whyte doesn’t see his rivalry with the former two-time unified heavyweight champion ever dying, as he offered to make the fight even when old.

“I’ll fight Joshua even when I’m 60. It’s a fight that will make you and me faster, diet better, and make me go to bed at 7 o’clock every day,” he said.

Before Whyte can think about levelling his series with Joshua, he must first get through a tricky match with Jermaine Franklin next weekend.

He said of the American, “He’s the best opponent at the minute. He’s 22-0. It’s very hard to defeat someone that is undefeated. He doesn’t know how to lose. For me, it’s going to be an exciting fight.”