Date: 15th November 2015 at 12:16pm
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The big grudge fight between the two heavyweights, Dillian Whyte and Anthony Joshua, draws nearer.

For some December 12th can?t come quick enough as we await the bout that many people suspect could go either way.

Personally I reckon Joshua will stop Whyte and get revenge for that defeat inflicted upon him, by Whyte, in the amateur game.

However, as the big-fight draws nearer, the war of words between the two is set to intensify.

Talking about the forthcoming fight, Whyte has remarked about what he expects from Joshua, with the Brixton fighter commenting about his Watford opponent,

?I expect him to be psyched up, coming out raging and trying to destroy me because he?s got the world to lose,?

?He?s money-orientated so he knows that if he loses here, the big pay-days are going to stop for a while. That?s what I?m preparing for.?

Now I?m not sure that money-orientated is the correct way of describing Joshua but Whyte further adds about what he believes he faces at the London O2 Arena on December 12th,

?It?s me against Matchroom, probably the referee and the judges but that?s life.

?I?m used to that. I?m not the home fighter. At the moment they?re treating Joshua like the King of England. He?s an Olympic gold medallist, has an MBE from the Queen, he?s being hyped up and Eddie Hearn has invested a lot of money in him.?

Probably true but that?s how life goes Dillian, if you?ve serious overtures of reaching the pinnacle of the sport, a knockout blow is usually the preferred weapon, but can you deliver it?