London heavyweight Dillian Whyte is putting it all on the line this weekend when he rematches Dereck Chisora at the 02 in London.

Whyte could have waited things out if he wanted and not fought Chisora this weekend if he wanted to play it safe.

If he simply wanted to wait for a bigger fight in the new year.

But that’s not who Whyte is — nor Chisora to be fair.

Both are fighting men through and through and don’t wait around for anything or anybody.

Like any successful person in life — they get on with things and make things happen.

But even with that kind of resolve and spirit, the meandering politics of the fight game can frustrate even them.

Whyte has been chasing a world title shot for some time now and in the fighter meetings before this weekend’s fight with Chisora he had a playful but savage warning for his promoter if he doesn’t land him a big fight next year: