“The situation is, the fight he wants more than anything is Alexander Povetkin, because Alexander Povetkin beat him. I think that obviously he has to rectify that defeat or try to rectify that defeat. There is one fight, I believe, that he would take—and that’s Tyson Fury on December 5. Honestly, I don’t expect that to happen. At the end of the day, Dillian Whyte would fight Tyson Fury on December 5 if that fight came on.
“Realistically, we will postpone that fight to January 30. Any fighter who’s trained for eight weeks and loses his fight will say “I just want to fight.” Yesterday, that was very much the opinion—Dillian Whyte just wanted to fight, he wanted to make the PPV slot work.
“Chisora… Michael Hunter even threw his name in to the hat, for free apparently. That’s not a PPV fight, though, not with the clutter coming up. So, I said to Dillian, unless we get asked to fight Tyson Fury, which he would do in a heartbeat, then we just got to wait for January 30. That’s the fight we got to do and we will announce that in the next 24 hours.”
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