New Zealander Parker lost his WBO crown to Anthony Joshua, now holder of three of the world heavyweight titles, in Cardiff in a blockbuster unification contest in March attended by 80,000 fans at the Principality Stadium.
Whyte, who is on a run of seven successive victories with his last bout an eye-catching sixth round knockout of Australia's former WBA titleholder Lucas Browne in March, taunted Parker over what he claims is a reluctance to go toe to toe once in the ring.
Britain's Dillian Whyte says beating New Zealand's Joseph Parker should "guarantee" him a world title fight.
"We're back at The O2, it's always a great atmosphere inside the arena and I'll be looking to get a similar result to my last fight there". "He's going to be very desperate, I'm expecting the best Joseph Parker because he can't afford to have back to back defeats, but that's exactly what he's going to get, and it's going to be another massive KO win for me at The O2".
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"Beating Parker should nearly guarantee me a World title shot but let's see". Let's not forget, how could we, that Parker was the first man to ever stretch the imperious, impenetrable Anthony Joshua to a full 12 rounds.
"He had his big moment, and he didn't do enough", the 30-year-old said. It'll be an incredible fight.
The reality of this situation is that, in choosing to fight Parker, Whyte finds himself in a far stronger position that if he were to have fought Pulev.
"I'm really looking forward to fighting Dillian". I'm sure he believes different, I'm sure they have seen something in me that they think they can beat.