Anthony Joshua Reveals The Bet He Played On Dillian Whyte Last Night

Out cold Dillian Whyte celebrates after leaving Lucas Browne unconscious in the sixth round

Out cold Dillian Whyte celebrates after leaving Lucas Browne unconscious in the sixth round

Whyte, an Englishman originally from the Caribbean and brought up in Brixton, south London, looked ordinary in his last fight in October, but here the man who goes by the nickname of The Bodysnatcher, was devastating.

He added: 'Deontay Wilder, where you at, let's go... let's do this, June, live at the O2!' "I wouldn't be here today if I didn't believe [I can be a major world champion]".

Dillian Whyte knocks out Lucas Browne in the sixth round in London.

Wilder is set to appear ringside at Anthony Joshua's bout with Joseph Parker next weekend in Cardiff, however, talking after his win, it seems Whyte wants to face Wilder as soon as possible.

Browne laid on the floor motionless for a number of minutes before medics entered the ring and helped revive him with the aid of an oxygen mask.

Whyte is sitting in the WBC's top spot in the rankings and aims to push for a mandatory shot at Wilder in the very near future.

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Whyte has made no secret of his dislike for Bellew, questioning his credentials as a heavyweight, while he directed a few choice words at Haye in the aftermath of his win over Browne.

"He doesn't have a really good chin and he can be hit", Whyte said. "When I'm challenged, I'll rise to the challenge".

"When people stand in front of me it's a different story". Round two saw Whyte again rock Browne to his boots with an overhand right stunning the Aussie along with pressured attacks to the body to slow Browne down. I'm No. 1 baby.

With the victory, Whyte remains on track to become next in line for Wilder's WBC strap-a fight he excitedly yelled for in his post-fight interview.

Also on the undercard, Lewis Ritson successfully defended his British lightweight title with a second-round win against former champion Scotty Cardle.