Dillian Whyte was not impressed with Andy Ruiz Jr’s comeback combat in opposition to Chris Arreola on Saturday evening.
The previous heavyweight champion returned to the ring and ended the event with a unanimous determination victory, regardless of being knocked down in spherical two.
It was his first combat again for the reason that rematch defeat to Anthony Joshua in December 2019.
Most observers felt Ruiz Jr did sufficient to earn the win over Arreola, whatever the knockdown, however Whyte believes in a different way.
He’s exchanged loads of trash speak with Mexican heavyweight within the media over the previous yr as negotiations for a possible bout between them final yr got here to nothing.
Whyte informed iFL TV: “These guys make me giggle man.
“These guys saying this about me, saying that about me – and you’ll’t cease Chris Arreola.
“I believed Chris Arreola gained the combat to be sincere, I had Chris Arreola profitable by cut up determination.
“And I’m not simply saying that as a result of I don’t like that man.
“If I combat Chris Arreola tomorrow I’d knock Chris Arreola out in 5 rounds.
“That’s what I ought to do, I ought to simply go to America and combat Chris Arreola.
“Simply to knock him out, to point out Adam Kownacki and Andy Ruiz that they’re rubbish and they should take my identify out their mouth.
“He confirmed Andy Ruiz his stage, that’s his stage. I’d knock out Chris Arreola.”
Whyte has additionally remarked about two of his different heavyweight rivals just lately.
The ‘Physique Snatcher’ made feedback on Deontay Wilder’s return to coaching.
He reposted the image of the previous WBC champion to his Instagram story and mocked the scale of his legs with the caption: “No leg days.”
Whyte added within the iFL interview: “His legs are even skinner than they have been earlier than, it’s mad.”
Following his rematch win over Alexander Povetkin in March, Whyte reclaimed his place as WBC ‘interim’ belt-holder, which means he’s seemingly in line to change into necessary challenger as soon as once more.
Whyte concluded: “One factor I’ll say, if Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury doesn’t occur, the WBC should order Fury to combat me.
“In accordance with Fury I’m a simple combat for him, so what higher combat for him to take than take a simple combat in opposition to a no one?
“Fury ain’t gonna combat me, Fury’s gonna speak s***, he ain’t gonna combat me.
“He’s gonna speak s***, f***ing s*** c***.”