DILLIAN WHYTE has rubbished claims Anthony Joshua overlooked Andy Ruiz Jnr on June 1 in New York and reiterated his desire to settle the score with his British rival before they both finish their careers.
Whyte was stopped inside seven rounds by Joshua back in 2015 but has rebounded in fine style, winning nine fights on the spin. He is now preparing for a vital clash of contenders against Colombian Oscar Rivas on July 20 in London and knows a win will move him a step closer to a world title shot.
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