Despite his stock steadily rising, Jared “Big Baby” Anderson is very much in the infancy stages of his career. With 12 KO victories in just as many ring appearances, Anderson has yet to find an opponent that can push him past the sixth round. In fact, the highly ranked heavyweight prospect has failed to even compete in his first 10-rounder.

But, in spite of his handlers taking their time with him, Anderson appears to be growing impatient. This past weekend, in front of a jam-packed crowd at Wembley Arena, the 22-year-old American was glued to his television set. In the main event on the night, longtime contender Dillian Whyte graced the stage against Jermaine Franklin.

Though he was pegged as a gargantuan favorite, Whyte (29-3, 19 KOs) came out listless. As he plodded forward, landing several innocuous blows, Franklin appeared to have the upper hand. In the end, however, with plenty of controversy attached, the 35-year-old former WBC interim tag holder eked out a close majority decision victory.

Thoroughly unimpressed by his performance, Anderson is hoping that Top Rank, the promotional banner in which he fights under, can set up a meeting between them.

“Can y’all feed me this bum?” Said Anderson on his verified Twitter account.

While vocal, it’s likely that Anderson’s wishes won’t be placated. With Whyte nearing the end of his pugilistic rope, he yearns for showdowns against more notable names. More specifically, a long-awaited rematch against British rival, Anthony Joshua. 

Anderson, unperturbed, will face a step-up bout on December 10th in Madison Square Garden's Hulu Theater. In the co-main event slot on the night, the highly-rated knockout artist will square off against Jerry Forrest. Furthermore, considering their sizable gap in age, Anderson maintains that he doesn't necessarily need Whyte. More than anything, the flamboyant star believes that in approximately two years, he’ll be positioned perfectly to fight for the heavyweight title if he continues to take care of business in explosive fashion.