British-born boxer, Dallian Whyte, has vowed to spill blood in his heavyweight fight against Joseph Parker at the O2 Arena on Saturday.
Whyte, who lost in the seventh round to Anthony Joshua in 2015, said he would inflict pain on the former WBO champion, while knocking him out.
“There’s going to be blood, pain and a knockout,” said Whyte. “I’m bang up for this. He’s a good fighter but he didn’t show much courage against Joshua,” Whyte said.
“I want him to be more adventurous and not go on the run, but he knows that if he has a fight against me, he’s getting knocked out clean and in a brutal way.
The former WBC Silver heavyweight holder said he is optimistic that a victory against Parker will put him in a spot for the world title.
“Beating Parker should almost guarantee me a world title shot, but let’s see. He’s going to be very desperate, I’m expecting the best Joseph Parker because he can’t afford to have back-to-back defeats, but that’s exactly what he’s going to get, and it’s going to be another massive KO win for me at The O2. I want a world title and I know I can beat Deontay Wilder and Joshua,” he added.
Meanwhile, Parker, who lost to Joshua via a unanimous decision in March, is boastful of his feat against the WBO and WBA champion.
“We’ve both been in with AJ. One of us ended the fight on our feet, the other didn’t. That pretty much speaks for itself.”
“The only fighter to so far take Joshua the full distance. “I’m really looking forward to fighting Dillian. He’s got a big mouth and says some funny things – and he’s also highly entertaining in the ring. It’ll be an incredible fight. There’s no doubt about that.”