Dillian Whyte on Joshua vs Klitschko ahead of the heavyweight unification showdown at Wembley Stadium on April 29th.

Dillian Whyte knows Anthony Joshua better than most. The British heavyweight shared the ring with him back in 2015 and arguably gave him his toughest test to date.

He wobbled Joshua at the O2 Arena that night with one mean left hook in particular.

Joshua ultimately went on to knock Whyte out but a rematch between the two could be something for the future given the appeal of the first fight.

The two have history from even before they turned professional too. They boxed each other in the amateurs. Whyte won that particular fight.

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Years on and Anthony Joshua is now on the brink of one of the largest ever boxing events to take place in the UK.

An incredible 90,000 spectators will pack out Wembley stadium this weekend in a bid to watch a potential star in the making of the modern era heavyweight era.

Of course Wladimir Klitschko will be planning to rain on this parade considerably. Whyte for one thinks this might be the case too.

Dillian Whyte in a chat with Sky Sports news pointed to Joshua being open to the left hook in particular, as well as going into detail on other aspects of the contest and the two boxers’ personalities being similar and more.

Dillian Whyte On Joshua vs Klitschko – hat tip Sports Journal YouTube

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