News | Feb 03 2019

Anthony Joshua is going to ‘break the American market’

Dillian Whyte declares Anthony Joshua fight 'dead'. The unified heavyweight champion of the world is expected to fight Jarrell Miller in New York. Promoter Eddie Hearn speaks exclusively to John Dennen
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Anthony Joshua & Alexander Povetkin Weigh-In  |  Action Images/Andrew Couldridge

RINGSIDE at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday, Dillian Whyte pronounced his hopes of fighting Anthony Joshua dead.

The O2 is on hold for him for an alternative fight on April 20, with potential opponents Alexander Povetkin, Dominic Breazeale and Luis Ortiz being targeted.

Whyte’s personal preference would be Dominic Breazeale to resolve the mandatory challenger for Deontay Wilder’s WBC heavyweight title.