And after hearing Whyte refer to him as a "lanky piece of sh*t", the unified WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight champion had some pointed words for Whyte during a televised interview on Sky Sports.
"I can't sit around and wait for him (Joshua)".
It would appear at the moment at least that it will be Joshua vs Whyte and Wilder vs Fury next up.
Dillian Whyte has a "very, very good" chance of being Anthony Joshua's next challenger, according to their promoter Eddie Hearn.
See the pair's friendly exchange below.
Joshua continued: "You know what I found interesting?"
Whyte beat Chisora on a split decision in 2016, but there was no disputing the result this time. "I got some texts or whatever saying the whole entire arena was booing him".
Real Madrid 4-1 Al Ain
It was his first goal for Madrid, as he continues to impress playing for the injured Casemiro in recent weeks. But Al Ain had missed two early chances to take a shock lead.
Defeat will hurt more than the left hook for Chisora, who had played his part in another enthralling battle between the two big men, often setting the pace as he barrelled forward in the hope of catching his foe.
"Right now, it's all about enjoying the holidays, coming into the new year, enjoying the new year, then getting back at it".
'I think he's about 80% likely to fight at Wembley on April 13'.
America's Jarrell Miller would be the favourite if he fought in the US.
With Whyte in the ascendancy, Chisora had another point docked for an elbow that landed on his foe's chin.
"It's quite unusual for Joshua to get up on the apron but he wants to fight Dillian Whyte because there is history".
Cos I showed him some respect, I just told him out straight, "I knocked you out clean when we fought" but I said, 'Let's forget about that cos we've both developed and let's prove who's the better fighter now.
"If there's anyone that deserves a title shot it's Dillian Whyte". "You go and go until you can't take no more", Chisora said.