There's a strong possibility neither of them want this fight. That is most likely. Wilder will fight some D-level or E-level bum or worse on regular TV as a comeback fight, and Whyte will fight some C-level 'world ranked' guy in a hyped match on PPV for lots of money. Wilder will complain that Fury is ducking him. Whyte will complain that Fury and Wilder are ducking him. Real boxing fans don't really care much about seeing Whyte against Fury, and certainly don't care much about seeing Wilder against Fury for the 3rd time. And Whyte-Wilder is a decent fight, but probably not quite as interesting as Ruiz-Wilder which is somewhat more likely to happen. Whyte v Parker 2 makes the most sense, as far as Dillian's career is concerned. Evenly matched, unfinished business, the first one had some drama to it. Not sure why it hasn't happened yet.