Anthony Joshua backs Dillian Whyte in title fight with Fury

Former unified heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua will be rooting for his stable mate Dillian Whyte in the upcoming title fight against Tyson Fury.

“The Body Snatcher” is the mandatory challenger for the WBC heavyweight belt. He and Fury will collide on April 23 at Wembley Stadium in London.

A few years ago it was “Anthony Joshua – Tyson Fury” the fight to be staged at Wembley, but “AJ” has other thing to worry about, as he is waiting for a rematch against Oleksandr Usyk.

“I’m rooting for Dillian, even though I hate him! And I wanna smash him one of these days,” Joshua said with a laugh in an interview with IFL TV. “Go on Dillian. I’m with you all the way.”

Although Whyte figures to be a substantial underdog against Fury, Joshua believes there is a path for Whyte to eke out the win.

“Dillian Whyte needs to come in and look at what Tyson Fury does and reacts to and do the complete opposite,” Joshua said. “Work the body and be conditioned to go the distance. I hope Dillian trains hard, doesn’t underestimate Tyson.”

“But because it’s his first shot, for Dillian, I think that he will be hungrier,” Joshua noted. “This ain’t like his 10th title fight, and he can have a hiccup along the way. This is his first title fight for the title belt.”

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