DILLIAN WHYTE has vowed to give Tyson Fury a rematch should he shock the world and dethrone the Gypsy King.
The Body Snatcher, 34, challenges the heavyweight world champion at Wembley tomorrow.
The pair came face-to-face for the first time this week since the contract was signed ahead of the showdown.
However, that deal does not include any rematch clause should Fury lose as the 33-year-old is adamant he is retiring.
Whyte is not contractually obligated to give a rematch to his rival as he is mandatory challenger.
But the Brixton boxer insists he would give him one should he claim the WBC strap.
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He said: “There’s no rematch clause when you’re the mandatory challenger, but if I win on Saturday and it’s a good fight, I’ll fight him again.
“I’m not someone to run away from fights, I want to fight the best fights.
“I don’t care what people think or care about me, I just want the best fights and give the fans the best. That’s what I want to do.
“I don’t want to fight someone nobody cares about and then go ‘I made this number of defences of the title’. I want to fight the best guys.
“I want to fight the best. People say Tyson Fury is the best fighter of all time. Most guys believe that.
“So why would I not want to fight the best fighter of all time again? For me, that’s amazing. Imagine that. I’m easy if I beat the best of all time.”
After arriving in London from poverty in Jamaica as a child, Whyte is also adamant that becoming world champion would not change him.
He added: “I’ll still be the same.
“If I’ve got £100million in the bank or £100, I’ll still be the same, world champion or not world champion, I’ll still be the same guy.”
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