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Dillian Whyte eyes boxing return against Anthony Joshua

Dillian Whyte is aiming for ‘big fight’ in November, with the Briton admitting he’d be happy to ‘set the score’ with Anthony Joshua if he beats Oleksandr Usyk… while also wanting a rematch with Tyson Fury after claiming he’ PUSHED’ was in their first fight

  • Dillian Whyte wants to box in ‘big fight’ again in November
  • He would like to fight against Anthony Joshua again if he is Oleksandr Usyk . beats
  • Joshua won their first fight in 2015, but Whyte wants revenge
  • Whyte hasn’t fought since he was knocked out by Tyson Fury in April
  • Whyte feels he was hit hard in that fight, claiming he was ‘pushed’
  • He wants to tempt Fury out of retirement to fight the Gypsy King again

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Dillian Whyte has revealed he wants to return to the ring in November, and has his sights set on a rematch with Anthony Joshua.

Joshua prepares to take on Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia on Saturday as he seeks to avenge his defeat to the Ukrainian last September.

Whyte hopes his fellow Brit can make it through that fight to set up a rematch of their 2015 match, which Joshua won via seventh-round knockout.

Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk to fight each other in Saudi Arabia on Saturday

Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk to fight each other in Saudi Arabia on Saturday

Dillian Whyte wants Joshua to win so he can get revenge after losing to him in 2015

Dillian Whyte wants Joshua to win so he can get revenge after losing to him in 2015

Dillian Whyte wants Joshua to win so he can get revenge after losing to him in 2015

“I’m looking forward to getting back in a big fight in November,” Whyte told air sports.

“We have a lot of offers on the table at the moment. Obviously there are a lot of fights. There’s Joshua-Usyk, I’d love to fight [Deontay] Wilder, I’d love to see Tyson Fury again.

“Joe Joyce and Parker are there, Daniel Dubois is there, but my main focus is getting back to Anthony Joshua. I’d love to have another fight with him and settle the score. Hopefully he gets the job done against Usyk and I get another chance to fight him again.”

With Joshua set to fight in days, another fight with Whyte in November could be an unrealistic turnaround for him.

Therefore, Whyte was able to turn his attention to a return fight with Fury, despite the Gypsy King announcing his retirement last Friday on his 34th birthday.

Whyte was stopped by Fury in the sixth round at Wembley in April, but he has disputed the legitimacy of the knockout defeat.

Tyson Fury defeated Whyte in the sixth round at Wembley Stadium in April

Tyson Fury defeated Whyte in the sixth round at Wembley Stadium in April

Tyson Fury defeated Whyte in the sixth round at Wembley Stadium in April

Whyte has claimed he was 'pushed' and believes the ref called off the fight prematurely

Whyte has claimed he was 'pushed' and believes the ref called off the fight prematurely

Whyte has claimed he was ‘pushed’ and believes the ref called off the fight prematurely

Fury landed a right uppercut, but then appeared to push Whyte to send him to the canvas.

Whyte has claimed that he suffered a significant injury as a result and he also believes the match has been canceled prematurely.

‘I am very frustrated with the [first] fighting because I was against it from the start.

“I got caught with a good shot, I was absolutely dazed, and he pushed me over and I fell and tore a ligament in my ankle.

Whyte wants to fight Fury again after feeling he was tough in their first match

Whyte wants to fight Fury again after feeling he was tough in their first match

Whyte wants to fight Fury again after feeling he was tough in their first match

“I’m not a moan, I’m a warrior. And the bell rang after the knockdown, they shouldn’t have stopped the fight. They should give you a chance to go to your corner. I want to go again,’ he added.

Although their first fight ended controversially, Whyte has admitted he didn’t give the best of himself as he was too passive in the early rounds. He has stated that he would change his tactics if given another chance at Fury.

“I would be much more aggressive. Sometimes in life you make the wrong decisions at the wrong time. I tried boxing, I spent a lot of time contemplating instead of my usual raw aggression, bullish self,” he said.

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