The 29-year-old claimed his sixth successive victory, and took his overall record to 22-1, at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on October 28 after beating Finland’s Robert Helenius.
Whyte won courtesy of a unanimous decision and subsequently established himself as the number one contender for Deontay Wilder’s WBC strap.
The Brit believes he is ready for his first ever shot at a world title and admitted he would be happy to fight any of the current champions.
Whyte told Soccer AM: “I want all of them.
“I’d like to fight Deontay Wilder. I’m number one contender to fight him, but if I could get Joseph Parker that would be great.
“Joseph Parker is the easiest champion out there to beat.”