Tyson Fury knocked out Dillian Whyte in six rounds last Saturday
Dillian Whyte has spoken out for the first time since his unsuccessful world title challenge against Tyson Fury on Saturday night.
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Whyte was stopped by a monstrous uppercut in round six, however, Whyte claimed the shot 'buzzed' him, but it was when Fury pushed him after the shot, Whyte hit his head and claimed thats where the damage was done.
Whyte told Sky Sports: "The push was illegal! I should've been given extra time! I'm not a sore loser, this is boxing."
Whyte also expressed his desire for a rematch: "I hope he doesn't retire, I want another go."
Whyte's full interview with Sky Sports can be seen below.
?????"The push was illegal! I should have been allowed extra time"— Sky Sports Boxing (@SkySportsBoxing) April 25, 2022
?????"I hope he doesn't retire, because I want another go." @DillianWhyte reacts to his knockout defeat to @Tyson_Furypic.twitter.com/CaCr0bm88m
Do you believe Whyte was hard done by?