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Dillian Whyte claims Anthony Joshua is ‘looking for excuses’ after loss to Oleksandr Usyk

‘Anthony Joshua’s problem is with himself, NOT his coaches’: Dillian Whyte claims rival is ‘looking for excuses’ and listening to ‘idiots’ amid speculation he’s looking for a new coach after loss to Oleksandr Usyk

  • Dillian Whyte thinks changing coaches won’t help Anthony Joshua
  • Joshua is still reeling from his total loss to Oleksandr Usyk
  • The heavyweight star has been spotted talking to coaches in the United States.
  • Whyte says his rival’s problem ‘is himself’ and suggested he was making excuses


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Anthony Joshua should watch himself rather than change his coaching staff, insists heavyweight rival Dillian Whyte, after the British heavyweight was seen speaking to coaches in the United States.

Joshua was widely outscored by Oleksandr Usyk last month, with the Ukrainian left-hander claiming his collection of three world title belts after an impressive performance at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for a unanimous points victory.

The Watford-born fighter has invoked his rematch clause and is believed to be looking for a new coach for next year’s fight after being coached by Rob McCracken since 2016.

Anthony Joshua is 'looking for excuses' after loss to Oleksandr Usyk, claims Dillian Whyte

Whyte believes Joshua's problem is 'himself' and not his coaches

Whyte believes Joshua's problem is 'himself' and not his coaches

Anthony Joshua is ‘looking for excuses’ rather than blaming himself after his loss to Oleksandr Usyk, claims Dillian Whyte

Joshua was widely outscored by the Ukrainian and has activated a rematch clause.

Joshua was widely outscored by the Ukrainian and has activated a rematch clause.

Joshua was widely outscored by the Ukrainian and has activated a rematch clause.

It was filmed talking to Shields, Mike Tyson's former trainer, in the United States this month amid rumors that the heavyweight is looking for a new coach.

It was filmed talking to Shields, Mike Tyson's former trainer, in the United States this month amid rumors that the heavyweight is looking for a new coach.

It was filmed talking to Shields, Mike Tyson’s former trainer, in the United States this month amid rumors that the heavyweight is looking for a new coach.

Whyte, who was knocked out by Joshua in 2015 and is now looking for his own world title challenge against Tyson Fury, believes his heavyweight partner is ‘looking for excuses’ around him rather than seeing himself as the problem, And he feels like he should stick with Olympic. coach of the McCracken team.

“ The easiest thing to do when you lose is to question the people around you instead of questioning yourself, ” he said. talkSport.

‘Robert McCracken is a great coach, look what he’s done for Carl Froch and other people on the GB team.

Joshua has had Olympic team coach Rob McCracken (left) in his corner since 2016

Joshua has had Olympic team coach Rob McCracken (left) in his corner since 2016

Joshua has had Olympic team coach Rob McCracken (left) in his corner since 2016

But when you lose you start looking for excuses, “Oh, maybe I didn’t get enough sleep, maybe they are my coaches.”

Joshua’s tactics were heavily scrutinized after his shock loss to Usyk after he tried to get past him instead of being aggressive and taking the fight to the unbeaten former cruiserweight king.

The performance prompted fans to urge Joshua to find a new coach, and this month he has been seen in the gyms of four legendary trainers in the US: Eddie Reynoso, Virgil Hunter and Ronnie Shields.

Shields, who has worked with Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield, admitted that he had had conversations with Joshua and believed it could guide him to victory in the rematch, which will take place next March.

Whyte feels Joshua suffered a '12-round beating' against Usyk and should have been stopped

Whyte feels Joshua suffered a '12-round beating' against Usyk and should have been stopped

Whyte feels Joshua suffered a ’12-round beating’ against Usyk and should have been stopped

He targeted the 'idiots' who had been advising Joshua on the next steps in his career.

He targeted the 'idiots' who had been advising Joshua on the next steps in his career.

He targeted the ‘idiots’ who had been advising Joshua on the next steps in his career.

But Whyte claimed that Joshua had been listening to ‘idiots’ for advice as he criticized his performance against Usyk, calling the screen ‘a 12-round beating’ and even claimed that the fight should have stopped.

Joshua’s problem is with himself, not with his coaches, it’s him.

He let all these idiots surround him and start saying, “Oh yeah, do this and be like that.”

‘I should have started steaming Usyk after a few rounds, should have at least tried. He was simply subjected to a 12-round beating.

Joshua and Whyte have had bad blood together since their fierce grudge fight in 2015

Joshua and Whyte have had bad blood together since their fierce grudge fight in 2015

Joshua and Whyte have had bad blood together since their fierce grudge fight in 2015

Joshua stopped Whyte in the seventh round with a brutal knockout and there have been calls for a second fight in the future.

Joshua stopped Whyte in the seventh round with a brutal knockout and there have been calls for a second fight in the future.

Joshua stopped Whyte in the seventh round with a brutal knockout and there have been calls for a second fight in the future.

‘I thought Usyk stopped him in the last round. I thought the referee should have stopped him. ‘

Whyte and Joshua had already had bad blood in preparation for their grudge match between Brits in 2015, which saw Whyte crushed in the seventh round, and has spoken of a rematch in recent years as he seeks a world title challenge as expected. .

‘The Body Snatcher’, who is Tyson Fury’s mandatory WBC belt challenger, was due to fight Otto Wallin on Saturday night, but withdrew with a shoulder injury.

Wallin’s promoter has called for the fight to be rescheduled, but there have been suggestions that Whyte could sidestep the Swedish star and go straight into a fight with Fury.

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