Dillian Whyte has ridiculed Tyson Fury's famous "mothers v*****" catchphrase while declaring his confident stance of beating the heavyweight champion.
The 'Body Snatcher' is currently awaiting a ruling from the WBC as he looks to cash in his mandatory shot at the 'Gypsy King' next year.
Whyte has been waiting for a shot at Fury since 2017 when he first became interim champion and could now finally seek to capitalise on his big chance.
But the 33-year-old has already poked fun at Fury ahead of their rumoured meeting by mocking his "mothers v*****" catchphrase.
Whyte joked in an interview with IFL TV : "No man born from his mother's v***** can beat him, well I'm a C-Section baby!"
His satirical jibe emulated Fury's catchphrase that he used during his press-conference ahead of a trilogy with Wilder earlier this month.
The interim champion fancies his chances of causing an upset in a huge British showdown which looks set to take place next year.
And with Fury's return pencilled in for next year, Whyte now looks in pole position to be the opponent for the lineal champion's planned UK fight.
In typically bullish fashion Whyte explained his desire to beat the "greatest of all-time" despite his dominant victory over Deontay Wilder earlier this month.
“I am not that convinced this will happen, you don’t know really what is going to happen with Fury," Whyte said. "He says he is a fighting man and I believe he is a fighting man so I hope that he takes the fight and it is mandated by the WBC.
“The fight makes sense and I think this time he will fight, but I don’t know why these guys are even in the running, it should just be me and him. I have earned the fight and continuously worked hard, fighting more top ten contenders than most other champions.
"You can never bank on anything with him because he might just decide he's had enough.
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“I don’t care who promotes the fight, I just want the fight and the belt is good but I am here to fight. I have the opportunity to fight the greatest of all time as everyone is saying at the moment."
Whyte has been under scrutiny in recent days after he was accused of "faking" a shoulder injury which led him to withdraw from a scheduled bout with Otto Wallin.
But he has since defended himself and looked in tremendous shape during a press conference called for by his promoter Eddie Hearn yesterday.
And with clear focus on Fury, Hearn expects purse bids to be called for the all-British affair in the coming weeks when negotiations begin.
"I don't think Tyson Fury is going to care who promotes the fight," Hearn said. "That is why I believe a purse bid is probably the most likely scenario here, I don't think Fury is going to care if Bob Arum promotes it.
"He will just be thinking whoever puts up the most money, and if I am fighter in this scenario I would just be looking to see who puts the most money up for the fight.
"But I have no problem with Dillian fighting on another promoter's show at all, and we will be with him promoting him and behind him but he wants to do it on a Matchroom show.
"And naturally for me this is a Wembley fight but there will be plenty of other offers from around the world too."
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