Lawrence Okolie regrets stirring up a feud with Dillian Whyte on social websites after indicating that he may be open to some heavyweight fight later on.
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The unbeaten cruiserweight may take another step towards a world title when he struggles European champion Yves Ngabu live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Despite getting trapped in a row with Whyte earlier, okolie has remained centered on his divisional competitions.
Asked whether he had ever been overly hasty having a Twitter challenge, Okolie told Sky Sports:Probably if I did it together with Dillian Whyte.
That one there, I was in Morocco in training camp, and that I was just listening.
Obviously lots of the time people say stuff about me personally, but its alright, no problem. For a reason that afternoon that he just said something that only really got to me and I always thoughtyou know what, I think I would beat him and I set it out there and it was pandemonium.
I did not understand what I was anticipating, but that you was one where perhaps I should have sent a direct message, instead of putting it out there. But all is fair in war and love .
The Hackney man revealed the way he expected to dislike Derek Chisora when they first met, but instead enjoyed the firm of the controversial fighter.
I thought me and him would struggle when we met, but then when we did meet it was quite cool. I enjoy him personally, he explained.
The European title battle of okolie a part of a packed night of activity, which can be topped from The World Boxing Super Series final between Regis Prograis and Josh Taylor.
Although Ricky Burns requires on Lee Selby in a second domestic clash, chisora confronts David Price within an all-British conflict.
Derek Chisora and watch Regis Prograis vs Josh Taylor from David Price in The O2 on October 26, live on Sky Sports Box Office.

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