Whyte has a similar level of one punch power to the vast majority of Heavyweights at this level I would say.You've already backtracked on this, does he have one punch power or not, or is it the 'pure' that's hurting your head?
It was very clear to me that @Benny Blanco was perpetuating the idea that Whyte should be considered a notable puncher. But he's free to clarify his position.The claim was that Whyte did not have one punch KO power, I didn't see any claim that his power was particularly special or rare.
Would you object to me describing Chisora as having 'pure one knockout power' and suggesting he has a puncher's chance against any fighter in the world? He did spark Takam out after all, something that AJ was incapable of doing.You're right we don't describe most heavyweights as having pure KO power, mainly because they haven't demonstrated it on a decent level, or don't have the tools to ever land that power cleanly.
I don't think there's enough evidence to suggest Parker has a 'granite' chin. I think you've got a bit excited with that one, buddy.Neither of these things apply to Whyte, who dropped granite chinned Parker and recently KO'd Chisora clean with one punch. He should be considered a dangerous puncher because he has a signature shot that he knows how to land, and when it does land, people get hurt.
I'll agree that Whyte can obviously punch and it's not beyond the realms of possibility that he could stop AJ, but it's such a small chance that it doesn't warrant much of a discussion.