The WBC has stripped Dillian Whyte of its interim heavyweight title due to an "adverse finding" in a drug test.
Heavyweight star Dillian Whyte insists he beat Oscar Rivas fairly despite reportedly returning a positive test before Saturday's fight.
Deontay Wilder is "open to everything" as he plans to prove his status as the top man in an "exciting" heavyweight boxing division.
Dillian Whyte is set to deliver a statement following an apparent failed drugs test, with Eddie Hearn keen for fans to "wait for the facts".
Briton Dillian Whyte could face a fight to save his career after claims he failed a doping test before his WBC title eliminator in London.
Dillian Whyte reportedly tested positive for a banned substance, but promoter Eddie Hearn said the Brit was cleared to fight.
Dillian Whyte was floored in the ninth round, but the Englishman climbed off the canvas to eventually prevail by unanimous decision.
Eddie Hearn insists Anthony Joshua is determined to take on a rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr, who beat him in New York on June 1.