Anthony Joshua criticizes Dillian Whyte and thinks he hasn't progressed much

"When he’s fought a bigger guy he’s struggled a bit"

by Sead Dedovic
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Anthony Joshua criticizes Dillian Whyte and thinks he hasn't progressed much

Anthony Joshua has been criticized many times so far, considering that he has changed a large number of coaches. However, Joshua does not look back on such things, and in the interview with the media, he gave the example of Dillian Whyte, who changed many more coaches than he did.

Joshua believes that it is difficult to make progress with such an approach. "Look how many times he’s moved trainers," Joshua told The Mirror, as quoted by boxingscene.com "He’s moved trainers so many times. Maybe he’s not developing at the rate he needs to, or people aren’t teaching him the things he needs to learn and it’s not good enough.

He probably knows it himself. That’s probably why he’s moved trainers so much. I was thinking about this the other day. He was with [Chris] Okoh, [Mark] Tibbs, Xavier [Miller], Buddy McGirt, Johnathon Banks."

Anthony Joshua on Dillian Whyte

The second match between the two could be a real spectacle.

It is difficult to predict what could happen. Antohny Joshua believes that Whyte has not made much progress since their last fight, but that he certainly knows how to adapt to his opponents. "One thing that he has got is the fight [inside of him] and in America they call it the dog.

He’s got the dog in him. He doesn’t lose what his foundation is. He’s one of those old school fighters. I just think that’s what he’ll always be. Do I think he’s improved [since our first fight]? It depends who he’s fighting, styles make fights," Joshua said.

"When he’s fought a bigger guy he’s struggled a bit. When he’s fought short, quicker guys, he gave them problems. What Dillian lacks in certain areas, he makes up for in others. I don’t think he’s improved massively [since our first fight] but he’s maintained his standard and it’s paid off. He’s done well with that, really well. It’s taken him a long way."

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