I do think Wilder is favorite over Whyte. Wilder's style is ugly but he's landed a bomb on everyone he's faced and only Fury has been able to put him over. His chin and fitness are good even if he lacks fundamentals. Whyte doesn't have the chin or defense to stop Wilder landing and i'm not sure he would be as confident working his way in like Fury was in fight 2. Wilder i expect will go back to the drawing board and fight someone like (i was going to say Molina but he's already struggled with him!) but its going to be a fairly low ranked opponent. I wouldn't even expect him to go near a Wallin or a Kowanicki at this point. Plus he's 35 after a 42 fight career where he's been hurt more than once. He might not have much time left at the top but I would like to see him fight again just to see where he's at. Whyte is world class - just about. He's won the British title, beaten a former belt Euro belt holder in Chisora, Unbeaten danger man in Rivas and a former world titlist in Parker who a fight before was considered a good match for current World Champ Joshua. He''s got a fight ending left hook and he comes to fight but he has some glaring weakness that will probably mean he won't ever win a world title. He's been in a lot of close fights and he should have lost to Del Boy first time around I think but even so he's a good fighter near the top of the division.