Anthony Joshua has warned Dillian Whyte he has missed his chance of a rematch.
The heavyweight rivals were due to clash on April 13 at Wembley, just over three years after Joshua stopped Whyte in the seventh round.
But Whyte rejected the offer, claiming it was well below what he was worth.
Joshua instead agreed to fight Jarrell Miller before he failed three drug tests and was replaced with Andy Ruiz Jr.
And the world champion has told Whyte – who takes on Oscar Rivas in July – he will now have to wait his turn.
“I’m not looking at Dillian anymore, I’m looking at Wilder, because he’s got the belt,” Joshua told Sky Sports.
“Dillian Whyte had his opportunity to fight me April 13. Dillian had a chance to fight for the titles, he felt it was a low-ball offer, he wants to build his value and compete against Rivas… Read more