Dillian Whyte labels Frank Warren a 'f***ing fish eyes snake' and blocks him on Twitter in bizarre row after Povetkin KO

DILLIAN WHYTE blocked Frank Warren on Twitter after calling him a "f***ing fish eyes snake".

The promoter called for Whyte to face the winner of Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce if he wins his rematch against Alexander Povetkin.

Whyte's hopes of a shot at the world title were shattered when he lost to Povetkin.

The Body Snatcher, 32, is in line to rematch the Russian, 40, in November to try and salvage his shot at the WBC belt.

In a clip posted by BT Sport, Warren called for Whyte to face Dubois or Joyce.

The 68-year-old said: "What I saw on Saturday is exactly how I expected it to end with Daniel.

"That's why I wanted the fight. If I thought he was going to get beat, I wouldn't be screaming for the fight, would I? I fancy him to beat him.

"According to what's being said, he's got this rematch. Let's hope he can come through and beat Povetkin if they do the rematch.

"Then he's got to wait a year. Instead of sitting on his backside waiting for a year, make the fight.

"Make the fight with the winner of Daniel and Joe on October 24."

Whyte did not hold back as he slated the promoter before he blocked him on Twitter.

The heavyweight's response read: "F***ing fish eyes snake".

Warren then shared a screenshot showing that Whyte had blocked him on Twitter.

Alongside the images, he wrote: "Good morning Dillian.

"It's Wednesday in case you've missed a few days!

"I don't want to sound negative but I'm positive Daniel and Joe would do exactly the same to you!

"#DuboisSnijders – Saturday, 7pm, BT Sport 1."

Andy Ruiz Jr also took aim at Whyte as he said he is "so happy he got his a** knocked the f*** out."

And Tony Bellew has warned the 32-year-old that his career is on the line after the shocking defeat.

Whyte has been given a 28-day medical suspension after the brutal knockout defeat.

The Body Snatcher was left sprawled on the canvas in the fifth round after a brutal uppercut from Povetkin.

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