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Joseph Parker would welcome rematch with Dillian Whyte after fight against Joe Joyce was delayed

Joseph Parker's team have admitted "there's no better time" for a Dillian Whyte rematch after the New Zealander's fight against Joe Joyce was delayed. Parker was expected to face Joyce this summer, but the heavyweight clash has been pushed back, and the former world champion's manager David Higgins remains interested in discussing a return bout against Whyte.
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Otto Wallin forced to settle for less after chasing Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte

Otto Wallin has to settle for an also-ran interim fight after previously signing to fight Dillian Whyte and chasing a Tyson Fury rematch. Whyte called off their fight, citing injury, before agreeing on a mandatory battle with Fury at Wembley. Although present at the contest, Wallin was more of a frustrated spectator.
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Dillian Whyte reveals Anthony Joshua talks over rematch to ‘finally settle score’

Dillian Whyte has confirmed talks have taken place with his long-time rival Anthony Joshua about a potential rematch.Whyte is recovering from a knockout loss to Tyson Fury at Wembley Stadium last month, while Joshua is preparing for a rematch this summer against Oleksandr Usyk, who claimed his world heavyweight titles last year in a points decision at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.But Whyte has now revealed the pair both want to get in the ring again after their grudge match in 2015.Joshua prevailed that night at the O2 Arena, delivering a vicious knockout in the seventh round. ...
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Dillian Whyte Claims Tyson Fury KO Loss Illegal, Wants Rematch

Dillian Whyte believes the circumstances surrounding his knockout loss to Tyson Fury this past weekend were illegal, and he wants an immediate rematch. Whyte and Fury headlined a jam-packed Wembley Stadium for an epic heavyweight championship clash. In the sixth round, Fury landed a vicious uppercut that put Whyte down for the night.
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Dillian Whyte Claims Tyson Fury Used An “Illegal” Move

Tyson Fury certainly sounded like a fighter who’s ready to ride off into the sunset following his win over Dillian Whyte on Saturday at Wembley Stadium. “I’ve done everything asked of me,” Fury said. “I’ve done more promotion, more interviews than anybody, and I go above and beyond with all these shows I fight on, so I definitely deserve to be able to make a choice where I think it benefits me most.”
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Ricky Hatton tips Dillian Whyte for Anthony Joshua rematch after Tyson Fury defeat

Ricky Hatton has suggested that Dillian Whyte’s next move could, and perhaps should, be a rematch with Anthony Josuha.Whyte was knocked out by WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury on Saturday night, stopped in the sixth round by a right uppercut, but the “Bodysnatcher” this week hit out at Fury for what he deemed an “illegal” push in the knockout sequence.Whyte, 34, also called for a rematch with Fury, though the “Gypsy King”’s promoter Frank Warren said there is “zero” chance of a second bout between the Britons in the near future.Former two-weight world champion Hatton echoed Warren’s sentiment, writing in...
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Dillian Whyte has ‘zero’ chance of securing Tyson Fury rematch, says Frank Warren

Frank Warren has said Dillian Whyte has ‘zero’ chance of securing an instant rematch with Tyson Fury.Fury knocked out Whyte in the sixth round at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, retaining the WBC heavyweight title by doing so.Whyte, however, later hit out at Fury over what he deemed an “illegal” push in the knockout sequence, adding that he wants another shot at the “Gypsy King”.“No, what for? Based upon what?” Fury’s promoter Warren asked on talkSPORT.“When I was younger I was asking to take [actor] Julia Roberts out, it never happened. The only unsatisfactory thing for [Whyte] was the fact he...
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‘I want another go’: Dillian Whyte seeks Tyson Fury rematch despite knockout loss

Dillian Whyte wants “another go” at Tyson Fury as he believes the way in which he lost was “illegal” and so shouldn’t have stood.Fury stopped Whyte in the sixth round at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, retaining the WBC heavyweight title after his challenger beat the referee’s count but fell into the official’s arms.Fury had put down Whyte with an uppercut, though Whyte claimed that the champion had pushed him over after landing the punch.“I hope he doesn’t retire because I want another go,” Whyte told Sky Sports.And he added: “When the uppercut landed I was buzzed, but I was trying...
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Frank Warren responds to idea of Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte rematch

Frank Warren has given a quite hilarious response to the idea that Dillian Whyte could get himself a rematch with Tyson Fury. Fury stopped Whyte in the sixth round of his heavyweight title defence at Wembley Stadium. A perfectly timed uppercut, coupled with the punch power which has come on leaps and bounds under Sugar Hill, saw Whyte unable to continue in the contest.
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Teddy Atlas Feels Dillian Whyte Wasn’t Prepared For Tyson Fury, Talks Potential Francis Ngannou Fight

Renowned boxing trainer Teddy Atlas shared his opinion on Tyson Fury’s knockout win over Dillian Whyte and the possible showdown with Francis Ngannou. Fury entered the boxing ring to put his WBC and The Ring Heavyweight Titles on the line against Whyte. The championship fight was held inside Wembley Stadium on April 23. In the end, Fury scored a sixth-round knockout victory and said he might be done with professional boxing.
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Dillian Whyte slams ‘dirty’ Tyson Fury, inept referee for ‘illegal’ canvas KO — ‘I want another go’

Dillian Whyte was knocked out by Tyson Fury in the sixth round of their WBC heavyweight pay-per-view (PPV) headliner last weekend at Wembley Arena in London, England. Whyte admits he was “caught” and “hurt” by the “Gypsy King’s” fight-ending uppercut (video highlights here), but also insists the real damage came from his collision with the canvas, the result of a Fury two-hander that sent “The Body Snatcher” head-first onto the floor.
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