Dillian Whyte hilariously claims Tyson Fury ‘couldn’t knock out a w***’ after the Gypsy King vowed to KO him in six rounds

DILLIAN WHYTE has hilariously hit back at Tyson Fury's claim he would knock him out inside six rounds.

Whyte and Fury appear keen on an all-British bout with the winner due to face Deontay Wilder for the WBC world title.

Fury posted a video message, proposing a bout with the WBC 'diamond' belt on the line while boasting he would floor Whyte, 31.

But Whyte cheekily hit back at Fury, tweeting: "When was the lat time you knock someone out mate @Tyson_Fury couldn't even knock out a w***."

The Jamaican-born Londoner initially tweeted: "Let's do it then… I'd fight you anytime anywhere 7 days a week and five times on Sunday I look forward to putting you to sleep."

In a video he posted on Instagram, the 30-year-old said: "I just want to say a special message to the WBC, who supported me in my comeback and been very fair with me over the years.

"I recently saw your quote about fighting for the interim title against Dillian Whyte and I’m very thankful for the opportunity.

"But what I suggest is, because I beat Deontay Wilder and we all know what happened, I didn’t get the decision, but I still won and the world knows.

"I propose that we make me and Dillian Whyte for the WBC 'diamond' belt and not the interim belt.

"I’ll take care of Dillian Whyte and I’ll knock him out within six rounds.

"I accept the challenge, thank you very much. I’ll fight Dillian Whyte everyday of the week and twice on a Sunday.

"Make it for the diamond belt not the interim version and you’ve got a deal. Let's get it on!"

The former unified heavyweight champion has joked he plans to drink Las Vegas dry after putting on a show for his American fans.

While Whyte is in action against dangerous Colombian Oscar Rivas as the 02 Arena on July 20 as he targets his first world title contest.

Fury has also insisted he is levels above legendary fighter Roy Jones Jr after uploading a video of him training where he showed off his nifty footwork.

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