Anthony Joshua can move towards world prize by beating Dillian Whyte

British heavyweight title should be in the bag by rounds five or six to underline the strongest division for the country since the days of Lennox Lewis

David Haye, blatantly and with some justification, is trying to write himself into the alluring Anthony Joshua script before the Olympic champion’s fight with Dillian Whyte in London on Saturday night for the British heavyweight title recently vacated by Tyson Fury.

Four British heavyweights – three of them unbeaten, the fourth a former world champion on the comeback trail – at or near world level mentioned in one paragraph: that is surely a sign that the division here is as strong as it was when Lennox Lewis ruled 12 years ago, probably stronger.

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