Jamie Moore (Coach)

It depends on how both guys look in their next fights. Both are coming off big losses against top fighters. They’ve both changed a hell of a lot since their first fight and a lot has happened in that time. There are now so many different dimensions to it, which is what makes it a hard pick.

Dave Allen (Heavyweight contender)

I would go with Joshua. He won the first fight and that was one-sided barring Whyte’s left hook in the second round. Both have improved and showed frailties since then which would make it an intriguing contest.

Wayne Alexander (Former European super-welterweight champion)

I would have to make Joshua a clear favourite. Joshua, although losing his last two fights, was up against the second-best heavyweight in the world in Oleksandr Usyk and, by the way, looked much improved in their second fight. Whyte, on the other hand, hasn’t looked the same since his KO defeat to Alexander Povetkin. He looked like a fighter on the decline against Tyson Fury and that’s why I think that AJ would stop him late on.

Jake Limond (Super-lightweight prospect)

I really like Dillian Whyte. He’s a very entertaining fighter. I think he would struggle to beat Joshua in a rematch but it would be a great fight and I’d love it if he won.