Dillian Whyte insists he has the ability to knock out any heavyweight on the earth together with Joe Joyce.
Joyce turned the first man to stop Joseph Parker on Saturday, together with his solely two different defeats coming to Whyte and Anthony Joshua – each on factors.
The ‘Juggernaut’ put himself in line for a shot in opposition to unified IBF, WBA ‘tremendous’ and WBO titlist, Oleksandr Usyk by securing the WBO Interim crown.
Whyte, who was stopped by Tyson Fury in April in his bid to grow to be WBC champion, believes he does have the ability to harm anybody within the division and insists the unbeaten Putney man is not any exception.
“Joe Joyce is an efficient fighter, a robust man, he takes loads of punches,” the 34-year-old told Sky Sports.
“A few of these guys have nice chins after which one evening it comes and increase similar to that [they get caught] and I imagine I carry the ability to knock out anybody on this planet.
“I’ve simply received to land these punches, Joe Joyce is similar.
“I’m a warrior, a fighter, I’m not going to back-up, I’m going to go throw palms and my mindset is warrior mode on a regular basis.
“I all the time come to battle and all the time give it my all.”
‘The Physique Snatcher’ has been linked in latest weeks with a showdown in opposition to WBA ‘common’ heavyweight champion, Daniel Dubois, though speak has cooled over a possible conflict.
The Brixton man, who is about to relocate from his Portugal base to California for his subsequent coaching camp to link-up with coach Buddy McGirt, can also be open to the potential of going through Anthony Joshua in a December rematch, ought to a proposed fight with Fury not materialise for the Watford man.
“If the Fury battle doesn’t get made with him and Joshua, me and Joshua can battle in December if he needs,” Whyte added.
“He’s coaching for it, he’s prepared for it, he’s keen to take Fury on so if that battle doesn’t get made I’ll step up and take the battle with Joshua.”