DILLIAN WHYTE says Deontay Wilder will "get beaten up again" when he fights Tyson Fury in their trilogy bout.
Back in February Fury battered Wilder from pillar to post before the American's team threw in the towel in the seventh round.
It was Wilder's first ever defeat in pro boxing as he meekly surrendered his WBC title to the Gypsy King.
The 'Bronze Bomber' immediately accepted a rematch which would complete the trilogy following their 2018 draw.
But Whyte, who is the WBC's mandatory challenger sees nothing but another emphatic Fury win.
Speaking with betting giants William Hill, the 32-year-old Londoner said: “What’s he going to change [from the two previous fights]?
“He’s been doing the same thing for years.
“He’s an aggressive front foot fighter, but he can’t fight on the back foot. He hasn’t even learned to jab.
"He hasn’t even learned how to throw a hook properly. It’s just the right hand he’s had.
“Deontay Wilder is going to get beaten up again.”
Fury knows where I’m at, he knows me. We’ve known each other for a long time
Fury has said that he would be willing to give mandatory challenger Whyte a shot at his WBC world heavyweight title as he deserves it.
But Whyte isn’t so sure the world champion will deliver on his words.
He added: “All respect, but let’s see if he follows through.
“Because he said that one week and the next, he said something else. Let’s see if he follows through.
“Fury knows where I’m at, he knows me. We’ve known each other for a long time. If he wants it, then…”
SunSport previously reported how Whyte claimed he "bashed" Fury around in sparring and "dropped him on multiple occasions".
But Fury responded by telling Whyte to keep his trap shut – and reckons he is only being mouthy because he is "protected" by the coronavirus lockdown.
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