Dillian Whyte has reiterated that he wants a clash with rival Anthony Joshua and is confident that he will defeat him for a second time to humble him again.
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Whyte defeated Joshua when both men were still amateurs back in 2009, but the latter recovered and went on to win a gold medal at the Olympics in 2012 before winning all 13 of his professional bouts.
Joshua has emerged as a real threat in the heavyweight division with many tipping him to become a world champion in the next 12 to 18 months, but an old foe has other plans.
While Whyte spent time out of the ring after a doping ban, he has returned to action and is now unbeaten in 10 fights and has stopped all 10 of his previous opponents within four rounds.
His confidence of being able to defeat his fellow Brit comes from his display last time they met when he knocked Joshua down before winning their four-round fight on points.
“He knows I’ve got something in both hands that can put him down. He knows that when he fights me, I’m not coming to lose and just pick up a pay cheque,” he said, Sky Sports reported.
“I’ve humbled him in the ring before and I’ll humble him again. I remember his friends were giving it before the fight last time and I said I would knock him out. I almost knocked him out. I will humble him again but I’m not going to talk a lot – the fight will get made and then we’ll see.”
The 27-year-old insisted that he was ready for the fight back in January, but after breaking his hand a couple months ago, he is confident that he will be ready to face Joshua in September and insists that he will cause his rival problems that he hasn’t faced previously.
Whyte is adamant that he would attack Joshua and test his chin, something the 25-year-old’s previous 13 opponents have been unable to do. While he added that he isn’t worried about his power, it remains to be seen if he can withstand it when he gets back in the ring with him but he would certainly be a dangerous opponent that will be respected.