Date: 10th February 2015 at 6:03pm
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It seems to be the thing to do to call our rising young heavyweight, Anthony Joshua out.

David Price has stood ringside, assisting with the fight analysis, and done just that.

But Joshua, who has beaten all ten of his opponents in the professional game all by knockout, has his career path mapped out.

However, another rising young heavyweight, Dillian Whyte, is the latest in a line of heavyweights who wants a bout with Joshua, but Whyte has a good reason for wanting his chance, Whyte beat Joshua in the amateur ranks and reckons he can do the same again.

Currently Whyte, as a professional, remains unbeaten having won all 13 of his fights, with ten of those wins coming by way of knockout.

Speaking about renewing acquaintances, Whyte has remarked,

?I?ve beaten him already. He knows in his mind and heart I carry the power to knock him out,?

?If he wants a rematch, that?s up to him. I?m sure the British public would like to see him fight someone who actually comes to him.?


It?d be nice to think it might happen and it just might one day, but Joshua is too much of a cash-cow to be risked against somebody who, this early in his career, might inflict an un-needed defeat.