British heavyweight Dillian Whyte has slammed Kiwi Joseph Parker, after his victory over Hughie Fury in Manchester yesterday, calling for a chance to meet the WBO title holder in the ring.
Taking to Twitter, Whyte criticised Parker's performance, labelling him "rubbish."
"Parker is rubbish omg he's bad," Whyte wrote.
"You are rubbish @joeparkerboxer please make this fight @EddieHearn."
It's not the first time that Whyte has taken a swing at Parker, previously offering to fight the unbeaten Kiwi in July after Hughie Fury's withdrawal from the pair's scheduled May fight.
"I want that world title man, you're holding the belt. You need to fight someone decent," Whyte said at the time.
"I am ready, let's get it on."
Whyte, 29, boasts a record of 22 fights, with 21 wins and just one loss, coming against WBA and IBF champion, Anthony Joshua.
Whyte is ranked in the top 10 by the WBC, WBA and IBF.
Parker's camp are yet to announce any plans as to their next opponent, although have hinted at fighting in Japan or the United States.