I am on the Dillian Whyte bandwagon

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Answer the question fan boy.
Fan boy of who? Rivas is 31 so hes not young hes fresh but I dont think hes dangerous, took him 12 rounds to land a decent shot on a past prime Jennings who Ortiz stopped years ago, I think people only watched the last round of Rivas vs Jennings and not the whole fight
 
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Fan boy of who? Rivas is 31 so hes not young hes fresh but I dont think hes dangerous, took him 12 rounds to land a decent shot on a past prime Jennings who Ortiz stopped years ago, I think people only watched the last round of Rivas vs Jennings and not the whole fight
You still havnt answered my question. Name a fresh, dangerous heavyweight that Dillian Whyte has fought?
 
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Parker and nearly got stopped, still dont see how Rivas is dangerous but whatever floats your goat
Exactly he nearly got stopped and I wouldn’t call Parker fresh and hungry at that stage either, he got his big pay day against Josh and seemed content losing. Wins against Lucas Browne and a shot to shit Chisora should not make Whyte ppv, I think Rivas is going to give him massive problems in there and I wouldn’t be surprised if he got stopped.
 

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Whyte, Wilder and Fury are all well positioned in a division overflowing with money, and playing the long game for the biggest possible reward.
 
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I'm honestly not high on Whyte. I think he's rated more than he should be. Parker was a good win. I think if he had fought the Wlad that Joshua fought, he would have got flatlined. I don't want to see him go against Wilder either, simply because it wouldn't be nice to see him taken out the arena on a stretcher.
 
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I like Whyte and his ifltv vids he comes across as a funny guy, still think Dillian the Villian is a better name than the body snatcher but he seems like hes willing to fight anyone win, loose,or draw and boxing needs more of that but he could be doing a good job of fooling people, either way I'm on tha bandwagon.
 
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I like Whyte and his ifltv vids he comes across as a funny guy, still think Dillian the Villian is a better name than the body snatcher but he seems like hes willing to fight anyone win, loose,or draw and boxing needs more of that but he could be doing a good job of fooling people, either way I'm on tha bandwagon.
He has turned down fights with Ortiz, Pulev and Joshua more recently. Where this notion that he is willing to fight anyone came from I will never know.
 
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I like Dillian but it's a hell of a lot easier to fight anyone and everyone when you've lost your zero. Instead of building yourself as the unbeatable man, you market yourself as the man that will take anyone on. That's why all the top heavyweights bar the big 3 are all facing off with each other in the hope of a big pay day against the top men in the division.

Dillian is portraying himself as the only man in the division that will take anyone on because of his record and his loud mouth on camera but we know he has turned down fights previously and somehow he's managed to elevate himself up to the top 3 heavyweights, and made it seem there's a big 4 in the division rather than a big 3 and along with Eddie putting him on ppv, it has clouded his judgement and overinflated his own worth.
 
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He has turned down fights with Ortiz, Pulev and Joshua more recently. Where this notion that he is willing to fight anyone came from I will never know.
I agree but all these guys are turning down fights, Ortiz with Joshua, Joshua with Wilder, Pulev pulled out of fight with Joshua aswell.
 

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I like Dillian but it's a hell of a lot easier to fight anyone and everyone when you've lost your zero. Instead of building yourself as the unbeatable man, you market yourself as the man that will take anyone on. That's why all the top heavyweights bar the big 3 are all facing off with each other in the hope of a big pay day against the top men in the division.

Dillian is portraying himself as the only man in the division that will take anyone on because of his record and his loud mouth on camera but we know he has turned down fights previously and somehow he's managed to elevate himself up to the top 3 heavyweights, and made it seem there's a big 4 in the division rather than a big 3 and along with Eddie putting him on ppv, it has clouded his judgement and overinflated his own worth.
There's only one established heavy out there with an unblemished record and that's AJ.