Tyson Fury will put his WBC title on the line in Saturday’s all-British fight with Dillian Whyte as the two heavyweights clash at Wembley Stadium.
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Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte tale of the tape:
|Tyson Fury||Dillian Whyte|
|31-0-1 (22 KOs)||Record||28-2-0 (19 KOs)|
Fury, who won his title by defeating Deontay Wilder by KO in February 2020, has vowed to retain his belt in spectacular fashion in front of a sell-out Wembley crowd on Saturday night.
“People will be talking about this event, saying ‘where were you when this happened on that night of 23 April 2022?’ in years to come,” he said.
“When Tyson Fury smashed this fella to pieces in front of home fans in the UK.”
There was no heated exchange between the two fighters at their press conference in March, with Whyte opting to stay at his training camp in Portugal and drawing criticism as a result.
Promoter Frank Warren said “Champions bank on themselves to win, that’s what they do. If you win the title you get the money.”
“We are where we are, but Dillian Whyte is in Portugal and it is disgraceful that he is not here. It is not professional and, if somebody else had won the purse bid, we would have helped to make that work. It is madness.”
Whyte has opted to stay out of the spotlight for much of the build up, intent on letting his fists do the talking when he meets Fury on Saturday evening.
Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte odds (via Paddy Power):
|Fight result||888 odds|
|Fury to win||2/15|
|Whyte to win||9/2|
|Fury on points||19/10|
|Whyte on points||22/1|
|Fury by KO/TKO||3/4|
|Whyte by KO/TKO||5/1|