I WANT A REMATCH- DALLIAN WHYTE

Dillian Whyte remains open-minded to a rematch against Dereck Chisora even though he has “nothing to prove” to himself.
Chisora called for a second fight after Whyte won a split decision last Saturday, while promoter Eddie Hearn has already claimed the anticipation levels would merit a headline slot at The O2 Arena in London.
“I’ll do whatever is best for my career,” Whyte exclusively told Sky Sports.
He did what most animals do when their back is against the wall – he came out fighting. I can’t fault him for that.
“I have already beaten him so I have nothing to prove – not even to myself, I have no doubt that I won the fight.
“If it makes ranking sense, then why not?”
The build-up to their first fight was marred with two major incidents – a brawl during The Gloves Are Off before Chisora flipped a table at a press conference – but Whyte revealed the feuding pair have settled their differences.
“He messaged me a couple of times saying ‘well done’,” said Whyte. “He wants to do it again because people will be talking about us for years.
“He turned up in the best way that he’s turned up for a fight in the past 10 years. I beat the best version.
“He said ‘I’ll be chasing the rematch’. I said ‘good luck’. We left it on good terms.
“He fought out of his skin, it’s the best I’ve seen him fight in his whole career. His career was on the line, his back was against the wall. And he did what most animals do when their back is against the wall – he came out fighting. I can’t fault him for that.
“[A possible rematch] wouldn’t need that build-up because everyone knows it’s going to be a good fight, regardless. But Dereck is an unpredictable character. I’m the kind of guy that responds to how people deal with me.”

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