Dillian Whyte criticized Anthony Joshua's performance in the last fight

"I don't know if he just doesn't want to fight me or what, because he knows what my mindset is"

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Dillian Whyte criticized Anthony Joshua's performance in the last fight

Anthony Joshua managed to win against Jermaine Franklin, but it seems that he did not impress his colleagues from the boxing scene. One of those who immediately criticized Joshua is Dillian Whyte. Whyte believes that he should be the next opponent for Anthony, although Joshua has emphasized that he wants a match with Tyson Fury.

"It's a logical fight," Whyte told Sky Sports. "Fury is not a person to negotiate with, because he'll mess you around. If he's [Fury] being offered unified heavyweight champion and not taking it, what is Joshua going to offer him to take the fight? Nothing.

He's obviously seeing Joshua as way beneath him, the fight isn't going to happen." Whyte is ready for Joshua and he doesn't understand why Anthony still doesn't want to talk about their match. "I don't know why they are wasting their time.

There is someone here who is willing to fight and ready to go, but for some reason Joshua seems to, and I don't know if it's a tactic of his, brush it under the carpet. I don't know if he just doesn't want to fight me or what, because he knows what my mindset is, I'll come to fight and I carry power in both hands."

Dillian Whyte isn't impressed with Joshua

Dillian is not impressed with what Joshua showed against Franklin.

Whyte believes that he was much better in their match. "Joshua didn't do anything spectacular. Every time he hit Franklin, Franklin would come back. When I would hit Franklin, I would back him up," Whyte said. "I was still more aggressive, still threw those punches, and I did what I wanted to do in the rounds: I knocked him down and the referee didn't count the knock down.

I don't know why people always give me more criticism. These guys are all world champions, Olympic champions, I'm just a guy from the street who knows how to fight. I fight undefeated fighters, I don't care. I knew how good Jermaine Franklin was, and I fought him, and I beat him."

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