Dillian Whyte spoke to talkSPORT’s Jim White about fighting fellow British boxer Tyson Fury.
Whyte would knock fellow Brit Fury out in a match if they ever met.
The Bodysnacher is hoping for a big heavyweight fight in the sport for some point in 2019.
Whyte wants to box all the biggest names in the sport so he can up his reputation within the sport and gain a bigger fan base within the United Kingdom.
Fighting man Whyte will not be sitting back and letting the biggest fights come to him. He has already been in talks Anthony Joshua but the talks have stalled with each other.
One of the other fights that Whyte would match up on is against Ukrainian boxer Wadimer Klitschko if he ever came out of retirement.
Whyte said to White: “I would love to fight Fury. It is a big fight he is one of the best fighters in the world. He brings certain challenges to the fight game that no other fighter brings; his height, his awkwardness and his boxing ability."
Whyte has already put a game plan together to face 6”9 British fighter if the fight gets the go ahead.
If Fury and Whyte do get to fight each other he said to talkSPORT: “I would like to beat him of course, I would like to knock him out.”
It will be one of his best achievements if he could knockout Fury in dramatic style like he has done in his recent fights.
However the Gypsy King earned himself global recognition with his second knockout in the 12th round of the Deontay Wilder fight in Las Angeles at the start of December.
Whyte knows what is key to beating Fury in the fight if it goes through. Whyte said to talkSPORT: “Early in the fights I have just as much power as well as my opponent.”
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