Dillian Whyte shockingly calls out retired heavyweight David Haye for domestic clash after Dereck Chisora rematch

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The former heavyweight champion called it quits earlier this year following two successive defeats to Tony Bellew and is now Chisora’s manager

Dillian Whyte has surprisingly reiterated his desire to face retired former heavyweight world champion David Haye.

The 30-year-old contender faces Dereck Chisora in a rematch on December 22 at the O2 Arena, but has called out Chisora’s unlikely new manager – Haye – for a fight immediately afterwards.

Dillian Whyte has beaten Lucas Browne and Joseph Parker already this year

Dillian Whyte has beaten Lucas Browne and Joseph Parker already this year

Whyte previously made headlines by challenging his fellow Brit mere minutes after his second defeat to Tony Bellew back in May.

Haye then retired, seemingly ending the speculation, however Whyte is refusing to let it rest and has now called his fellow Brit out yet again.

“The option is there, if he wants it, after I beat Chisora,” Dillian Whyte told Sky.

“He can roll the dice one last time. I would smash David.

“I wanted the fight from years ago. He looks like he’s a light-heavyweight now.”

Dereck Chisora made a shock move to link up with former foe David Haye last month

Dereck Chisora made a shock move to link up with former foe David Haye last month

Controversy lined the build-up to the first Dillian Whyte vs Dereck Chisora fight in Manchester as Chisora threw a glass at his adversary during a ‘Gloves Are Off’ programme, sparking a brawl, and then lobbed a table in his direction at the final press conference.

When it came down to it, the pair produced a stunning fight for the ages on Anthony Joshua’s undercard, which many thought could have gone either way, however Whyte ended up with a narrow victory.

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