Prograis vs Taylor: Lawrence Okolie regrets stirring up a feud with Dillian Whyte on social media

Lawrence Okolie regrets after indicating that he may be open to a heavyweight fight later on stirring up a feud with Dillian Whyte on social websites.
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The unbeaten cruiserweight can take another step towards a world title when he struggles European champion Yves Ngabu live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Despite getting embroiled in a row using Whyte earlier okolie has remained focused on his divisional rivals.
Asked whether hed ever been too hasty having a Twitter struggle, Okolie told Sky Sports:Probably if I did it with Dillian Whyte.
That one there, I had been in Morocco in training camp, and that I was just listening.
Obviously lots of time people say stuff about me, but it is okay, no problem. For a reason that he said something that really got to me and I always thoughtyou know what, I believe Id beat him and I set it out there and it was just pandemonium.
I did not know what I was expecting, but that you was one where perhaps I should have just sent a straight message, rather than putting out it. But all is fair in war and love .
The Hackney person revealed the way he expected to dislike Derek Chisora when they first met, but instead enjoyed the fighters company.
I thought me and him would clash when we met, but when we did meet it was quite cool. I enjoy him, he explained.
The European title battle of okolie a part of a night of activity, which is topped by The World Boxing Super Series between Josh Taylor and Regis Prograis.
Chisora confronts David Price in an battle, while Ricky Burns also requires on Lee Selby in a second big domestic clash.
Watch Regis Prograis vs Josh Taylor and Derek Chisora from David Price at The O2 on October 26, live on Sky Sports Box Office.

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