Upon listening to the studies that Anthony Joshua already predicting the top of his profession, fellow British heavyweight Dillian Whyte wonders if Joshua nonetheless has that burning want now that he’s achieved a lot fame and fortune.
Whyte tells Sky Sports that he’s seen Joshua preventing extra defensively as of late, and thinks it might be maybe as a result of Joshua has realized how robust this sport will be and might be trying to simply make it out of the sport intact and benefit from the fruits of his labor.
“He doesn’t strike me as somebody who loves preventing. He loves the enterprise and he loves the alternatives. Clearly he’s a great athlete and a great boxer, however he doesn’t strike me as somebody who likes to combat. I like preventing. I take pleasure in preventing for the sake of preventing. That’s why I’ll combat anybody and I’m all the time able to go.”
However whereas discussing Joshua, Whyte himself is gearing up for a rematch towards Alexander Povetkin, to whom he was knocked out final yr in gorgeous trend. A date and venue for that bout remains to be be labored on as the continued pandemic continues to current lots of obstacles in staging fights.