Now Whyte is being lined up for a return date on April 13 at the O2 Arena, while Joshua is heading to a June 1 date against Jarrell Miller at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Whyte has labeled Breazeale as his top priority for the April date.
Breazeale is open to the idea of doing the fight – but under the right conditions.
“People have talked about it for a while. I am a fan-pleasing type of guy, so if that’s what the fans want to see, I’m all for it,” Breazeale said to The Independent.
“At the same time, I’m not going to pass up opportunities to fight for the WBC title, to go down there to fight Dillian Whyte. I hope he does make some type of a deal. He can come here to the United States and he can get all he wants of Dominic Breazeale.”
Whyte views a contest with Breazeale as a sure-shot way to secure a mandatory creak at Wilder.https://www.patreon.com/Thaboxingvoice
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