Dillian Whyte says Deontay Wilder is a fraud who displays an act

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Dillian Whyte says Deontay Wilder is a fraud who displays an act

Dillian Whyte returns to the ring, and it will be his first appearance since his loss to Tyson Fury in the fourth month of this year. His opponent will be the undefeated Jermaine Franklin, and through him he will look for a possible new attack on the title.

In his career, Whyte won a total of 28 matches and lost three, namely against Joshua, Povetkin and Fury. One of the matches that would certainly be interesting is the one between Whyte and Wilder, and Dillian said that he does not have a very good opinion of the former champion.

"This guy is an actor," Whyte told Sportsmail. "Everything he does is an act. Even fake crying at [the press conference after he knocked out Robert Helanius]. I was just like, ‘you just make me sick, you piece of sh!t.’ I heard that Wilder still doesn’t want to fight me.

He is the biggest fraud in all of sport – never mind boxing. Who doesn’t fight his No. 1 contender for four years and then claims he’s the greatest of all time? He hasn’t actually beaten anyone of note yet.

He is just a cowardly con man." He continued: “We’ve seen what happens, look at Colon. How he got hit, Prichard Colon, correct. This man didn’t have no kids… they don’t understand. Y’all don’t f****** understand what we go through, man.

And I don’t even know him like that, but I will always be an advocate for us." "Because this man will never know what it’s like to be somebody’s father. And that’s one of the most precious things in the world, to be somebody’s father.

He will never be nobody’s father, man. Because he got in the ring to support his family but now, his family got to take care of him for the rest of his life. He was probably the bread winner in his family and now they’re looking and seeking for help and s*** like that." "I could say so much about it, man.

That’s why you can’t play this, this is serious. We don’t know if Robert is going to be the same after this. I just did a job. I’m great at what I do but I don’t mean to take people away from the lifestyle they’re living.

I’m just trying to support my family as well." Deontay Wilder knocked out his former sparring partner Robert Helenius in the first round of the fight last month, and what is next for him is still unknown. Dillian has a chance to inflict the first loss of his career on Jermaine Franklin this Saturday, and if he can do it, a match between him and Wilder would certainly be a good idea.