“You aren’t the prize; the prize is Fury. The prize is Joshua “Dillian Whyte, a British heavyweight opponent, receives a devastating warning from ‘Prince’ Charles Martin, who is slated to fight in America this summer.
Dillian Whyte is ‘hiding behind Eddie Hearn,’ according to ‘Prince’ Charles Martin, who challenged the British heavyweight to a bout in America to settle their bitter animosity.
The former IBF world champion has expressed interest in a summer battle with Whyte, who is looking for a boxing fight in the United States.
Last week, Whyte responded to Martin’s challenge with a nasty retort, prompting a furious retort from the American.
Martin said: “You’re talking about all that slick nonsense. You aren’t the prize; the prize is Fury. The prize is Joshua.
“You’re coming all the way to America to fight a jerk rather than me.
“Why don’t you let me congratulate you on your arrival by knocking you out? You understand what I’m talking about.
“Brother, I’m rated all over the place, so who else are you going to fight?
“Why don’t you come over here and grab this easy money from me if you really want to convince people that I’m easy?” Because you know you won’t be able to do it.
“Get out from behind Eddie Hearn.”
Martin told that he wanted to make amends for his world title loss to Anthony Joshua, which he described as “the biggest mistake of my life.”
Jermaine Franklin, another unbeaten American prospect, is on Whyte’s current shortlist, which he disclosed last week.
“Jermaine Franklin is a candidate,” Whyte said on Sky Sports. “A few other players are also in the running, so we’re just waiting to see what happens.”
“The aim is to have the biggest and best fights possible, no matter where they take place. For a long time, I’ve been chasing the big battles.
“I’m eager to fight anyone, but finding the challenges I want has been difficult. For 600 years, I’ve been attempting to defeat Wilder. I’ve been hoping to fight Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Andy Ruiz, and Luis Ortiz for the past few years.
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