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Whyte tweeted: “For those who believed in me I won’t forget you. To those who didn’t, I won’t forgive you and I know who you are. #bodysnatcher #no1.”

Whyte will remain as the WBC interim world heavyweight champion and is still the mandatory challenger to face Deontay Wilder in 2020. 


Whyte, though, has to take on Wach first. The Body Snatcher gave his thoughts on Anthony Joshua’s clash with Andy Ruiz Jr, which heads up a huge night of boxing in Saudi Arabia on Saturday evening. 

“It’s heavyweight boxing, what can I say? I can say ‘Hey, he’s going to win and this and whatever,’ I don’t know. I hope Joshua wins.

“You never know, sometimes fighters lose, it makes them stronger. Sometimes fighters lose, it makes them weaker.



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