Ruiz Jr vs Joshua 2: Dillian Whyte wants Deontay Wilder

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Dillian Whyte has pledged to send’highest violence’ against Mariusz Wach and admits his top priority stays a WBC title fight against Deontay Wilder.
The British heavyweight has been added to the Andy Ruiz Jr-Anthony Joshua rematch invoice live on Sky Sports Box Office, also plans to end the season from Saudi Arabia having a success over Wach.
A former world title challenger has revealed his toughness whilst shooting Alexander Povetkin and Wladimir Klitschko but Whyte considers the resistance of Wach wills shatter.
Whyte told Sky Sports:”He’s a really tough guy, quite experienced. He is game and knows what this opportunity means, beating me, so I am expecting a Mariusz Wach, but obviously this is my period today.
“Publish another skull and also get closer to fighting for a domain name. This is important, a learning that is great fight for me.
“He is a very credible guy, he has fought contenders, so what more can I request?
“You know me, I come with greatest violence. I come to place work in. Nothing is different or has shifted. I will try and make just as much pain as I can.”
Whyte claimed the WBC’interim’ title with a points win over Oscar Rivas in July, but has been forced to wait for Wilder, who defended his WBC belt weekend.
“I just believe there is something in me he’s seen, that I understand, that’s an issue for him,” said Whyte.
“Whether it is the body cries, or it is the tenacity, also it’s only the sheer aggression which I will bring.
“I’m not scared of him. I won’t be there laughing and doing all of this’Bomb Squad’ stuff. He is just a tall basketball player from Alabama who used to work at McDonald’s. He’s not this road child and this boy, he is not one of that. That’s only fake.
“What grown man moves around crying when I yell’Bomb Squad’ I turn into my alter ego and someone else, that’s crap”

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