Willian Whyte could be well positioned for an undisputed world title clash next year – and hopes Anthony Joshua holds all the belts as he relishes a revenge fight.
The Brixton man has already lined up a mandatory title fight for the WBC belt by February 2021, but promoter Eddie Hearn remains eager to stage a blockbuster battle between unified champion Joshua and WBC champion Fury by the end of the year.
Whyte is likely to be next in line for the winner and would welcome the opportunity to renew his long-standing rivalry with Joshua, having defeated him as an amateur before suffering a professional defeat in 2015.
“Yeah, I would love that,” Whyte told Sky Sports. “I would love to fight Joshua again, at a drop of a hat. It’s one of the biggest fights out there. I’m in the game to have the biggest fights and the most meaningful fights. I’m trying to make history.
“Imagine, to get one shot at all the marbles at once, how unreal that would be after all this nonsense – and
then out of nowhere, me and Joshua fight, I knock him out and became undisputed champion of the