Charles Martin has branded Dillian Whyte an ‘simple struggle’ and stated he desires to KO him and arrange a rematch with Anthony Joshua.
The American former IBF champion was famously dethroned in simply two rounds of his first defence in opposition to AJ in 2016.
He’s since suffered a second defeat to Adam Kownacki, however gave an excellent exhibiting in that contest.
Within the aftermath, he’s rebuilt himself as a contender by knocking out Gerald Washington on the undercard of Tyson Fury’s rematch win over Deontay Wilder.
Now, his hope is to face British foes as soon as once more.
Eddie Hearn has said that Whyte’s subsequent struggle will happen Stateside and Martin has put himself ahead as a potential opponent.
Martin instructed Sky: “I need to struggle the very best out there, and I need to welcome Dillian Whyte to the United States with one other knockout loss.
“Whyte is a straightforward struggle. He takes too many clear punches…
“Sadly, Eddie Hearn don’t need nothing to do with me beating his man…
“As soon as I heard Whyte was coming to the US, I can’t resist desirous to make that struggle.
“Whyte ain’t s***. That struggle can be a bit of cake for me within the US.”
Reflecting on the AJ defeat, he added: “Joshua by no means fought the true me.
“Taking that struggle after I was damage and unprepared is the largest mistake of my life, but it surely’s a mistake I’m gonna right earlier than I retire.
“It’s the one motive I’m nonetheless preventing.
“Knocking out Dillian Whyte would put me one step nearer to Joshua.”