Jamie Moore (Coach)
It is determined by how each guys look in their subsequent fights. Each are coming off huge losses towards prime fighters. They’ve each modified a hell of quite a bit since their first fight and quite a bit has occurred in that point. There are actually so many various dimensions to it, which is what makes it a tough pick.
Dave Allen (Heavyweight contender)
I would go along with Joshua. He gained the first fight and that was one-sided barring Whyte’s left hook in the second spherical. Each have improved and confirmed frailties since then which would make it an intriguing contest.
Wayne Alexander (Former European super-welterweight champion)
I would have to make Joshua a transparent favorite. Joshua, though dropping his final two fights, was up towards the second-best heavyweight in the world in Oleksandr Usyk and, by the means, seemed a lot improved in their second fight. Whyte, on the different hand, hasn’t seemed the similar since his KO defeat to Alexander Povetkin. He seemed like a fighter on the decline towards Tyson Fury and that’s why I believe that AJ would cease him late on.
Jake Limond (Tremendous-lightweight prospect)
I actually like Dillian Whyte. He’s a really entertaining fighter. I believe he would wrestle to beat Joshua in a rematch nevertheless it would be an awesome fight and I’d like it if he gained.