Boxing News At Five | Mar 19 2019

Boxing News at Five: Whyte says Okolie would “still be working in McDonald’s” without Joshua, Warrington wants Galahad out of boxing

Dillian Whyte and Lawrence Okolie continue to go back and forth, while Josh Warrington says the sport would be better off without fighters like Kid Galahad
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Lawrence Okolie & Isaac Chamberlain Weigh-In  |  Action Images/Andrew Couldridge

SAFE to say, Lawrence Okolie, the British and Commonwealth cruiserweight champion, has annoyed a wasp and now can’t get away from it.

The wasp in question, top heavyweight contender Dillian Whyte, recently took umbrage with Okolie’s suggestion that he might soon make the move up in weight and start picking off his fellow Brits one by one and didn’t much like the idea of Okolie posting footage of a sparring session they once shared on social media, either.

Now, with Whyte engaged, poor Okolie, still only 11 fights deep in his pro career, can’t shake free of him.

 

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