“He’s quite relaxed, trying not to show a lot of emotions but I can see,” Whyte told Sky Sports. “We’re fighters, we know. We’ve shared the ring before.
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“He knows. He says that he knows that I’m going to be much better this time around. We’ll see.
“I’ve been fighting top guys for the last six years. It’s like a game of dice. You roll the dice, you don’t know what number it’s going to land on.
“If you fight good guys, back-to-back, you will get knocked down, you will lose. It’s just what it is.
“The main thing is I’ll bounce back. I don’t let these things bother me, or trouble me too much. I’ve always been a warrior.”
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The Brixton man’s first professional loss to Anthony Joshua led to the most successful period of his career and he has been plotting a number of methods to gain revenge on Povetkin.