Last week, promoter Eddie Hearn ranked his top five heavyweights in the world.
At number one, in no surprise, Hearn named his star fighter, unified champion Anthony Joshua.
Hearn then tallied off Tyson Fury at number two, Dillian Whyte at three, WBC champion Deontay Wilder at four, and unified cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk at five.
But Whyte, who works with Hearn, disagrees with his list.
Whyte believes that Fury has not done enough to hold the number two position. In the opinion of Whyte, Hearn should have ranked him above Fury.
And if he was doing his own list, of course Whyte would position himself in the top spot.
"Eddie had me ahead of Wilder, but he should have had me ahead of Fury as well. While Fury was off doing whatever he was doing, I was fighting and beating top contenders. People will argue and say ‘ah, he beat Wladimir Klitschko’ but that was about a 1000 years ago and he hasn’t got a world title any more even though I thought he beat that fake, protected champion Wilder, who keeps running from me," Whyte told Talk Sport.
"AJ has beaten some good fighters and has most of the belts so he’s got every right to be considered number one. But if I was picking my top heavyweights in the world, it would be different to Eddie’s. For starters, of course, I’d be number one!
"I’d have AJ at number two, Fury at number three, Wilder at four and Parker at five. Behind them would be Rivas, Povetkin and Ortiz. Those are the best names right now. Pulev is garbage, real garbage. Usyk isn’t a heavyweight yet. If he can deliver in his debut against Carlos Takam, then maybe. We have to wait and see."