- Dillian Whyte has advised Anthony Johsua not to listen to those asking him to change his training camp after the loss to Usyk
- The British-born Nigerian fighter was outclassed in his heavyweight contest to Ukrainian heavyweight Oleksandr Usyk
- Joshua who revoked his rematch clause to challenge Usyk for a second time was spotted in the United States with a couple of coaches
AJ lost all his belts to the Ukrainian who outboxed him in front of his home fans at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
It is understood that the tactics of Joshua's coach Rob McCracken was questioned during the fight against Usyk and the 32-year-old is on the lookout for a new coaching crew in the United States.
However, former Common Wealth champion Whyte has played down the reports that McCracken was to blame for AJ's loss to Usky.
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What Dillian Whyte said
He believes that Joshua should examine himself more instead of playing the blame game.
Whyte said via talkSPORT:
“The easiest thing to do when you lose is to question the people around you instead of questioning yourself.
“Robert McCracken is a great trainer – look what he’s done for Carl Froch and other people on the GB squad.
"But when you lose you start looking for excuses, ‘Ah maybe I didn’t sleep enough, maybe it’s my coaches.’
“Joshua’s problem is with himself, it’s not with his coaches – it’s him.
“He let all these idiots come around him and start telling him, ‘Ah, yeah, do this and be like this'.”
Whyte's rivalry with Joshua
Joshua and Whyte started their rivalry back in 2009 when the former won their amateur contest but lost via a knockout to AJ at the professional level in 2015.
Joshua drops out of top 5 heavyweight fighters
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tyson Fury has been rated as the number one heavyweight boxer in the world by super promoter Frank Warren who ignored Nigerian and British boxer Anthony Joshua in his top five list.
British boxer Tyson Fury is currently enjoying the best in his boxing career as he recently defeated Deontay Wilder in trilogy fight staged in the United States.
According to the report on UK Sun, Frank Warren explained that he rates Tyson Fury as the best because of his incredible performances so far in the game.
Source: Legit Nigeria