By Jake Donovan
For the moment, it appears that Diilian Whyte’s U.S. invasion remains limited to several important business meetings and a ringside view for Manny Pacquiao’s stateside return.
At the very least, however, it caught the attention of the promoter who has guided most of his professional career.
The top-rated heavyweight contender from England by way of Jamaica has seen his name floated as a leading candidate for an April 13 showdown with Anthony Joshua, only for that date—and for the moment, the rematch itself—to be dead in the water. Whyte has sensed as much in recent weeks, taking issues with the offers presented by longtime promoter Eddie Hearn and instead opting to explore other options which led to his U.S. business trip.
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