Deontay Wilder ready to offer Dillian Whyte a chance at the WBC belt

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Deontay Wilder’s message to Dillian Whyte is loud and clear as he re-opens the door for a fight with him.

Whyte has to sign up with Al Haymon’s PBC, whom Wilder is also a part of, as it is the only way a fight between the two of them would ever happen.

The American has continuously rejected a fight with the Brit on multiple occasions - being put down to the fact that he is not with any agency and doesn’t seem to want to sign up to the PBC that Wilder is with.

As Wilder has finally made his conditions clear and is ready for a fight, all Whyte has to do is follow the advice set in order to prepare for a fight with the champ.

However, Whyte seems to be in no hurry to do as Wilder says.

The WBC heavyweight champion had also previously wrote off opportunities from promoter Eddie Hearn to defend his title against Whyte in the UK as he was focusing his interests in targeting the “Body Snatcher’s” stablemate Anthony Joshua instead.

But, as his words were not noticed by Joshua, Wilder has set his sights on Whyte and will not give up without a fight as it seems he wants to fight Whyte in America in front of his homeland fans.

“I think that’d be the best decision that he’d ever make in his career," Wilder said to Barbershop Conversations.

“There’s nothing like being here in America and getting in front of the American fans.

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“I think that’d be a great move for him, and that’d bring him more closer to get a fight with me than anything.

“I can see that right now, we’ll see what happens.”

While waiting for a response from Whyte, it looks as though Wilder’s next fight will be a rematch with Tyson Fury.

Whereas Whyte beat Dereck Chisora, Joseph Parker and Lucas Browne all in 2018 and has felt disillusioned with the offers he’s received to fight Joshua, but has declared his free agency and courted other promoters rather than being signed up to one agency or sponsor.

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