Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Free Predictions & Tips

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Wembley Stadium
23 April 22

Tyson Fury



Dillian Whyte

  • Title : Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Free Predictions & Tips
Date: 23 Apr 2022  |   Bet: 250  |   Odds: 1.75  |  
Author: Angry Panda  |   Category: US Sports  |   Value: 10/10


Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Free Boxing Betting Tip for Saturday, April 23 The fight is taking place at Wembley Stadium in London, England


Tyson Fury's life is like a roller coaster ride. Just five years ago, the "Gypsy King" was seen as the new face of heavyweight boxing, after which the former world champion was scandal after scandal.

His sporting legacy took a back seat, after all, Fury had to give up his belt again just a year after his coup against Wladimir Klitschko. After a three-year break from fighting, Tyson Fury only returned to professional sport in June 2018.

In his comeback against Sefer Seferi, an early victory was achieved. Two months after the successful comeback, the "Gypsy King" also prevailed against Franceso Pianeta

Tyson Fury is sloped to retain his WBC heavyweight title by knockout. Fury boasts a big reach advantage that can help him keep Dillian Whyte on the end of his poke.

I anticipate him to use that to wear down Whyte and finish him in the alternate half of the fight.

  • Tyson Fury has an unbeaten 31-0-1 record
  • Tyson Fury has a 6” reach advantage
  • 5 of Tyson Fury’s last 6 fights have reached the 7th round
  • 5 of Tyson Fury’s last 8 cessation triumphs came between rounds 7-12
  • Dillian Whyte has been knocked out 2 times

    Tyson Fury Form

Tyson Fury is looking to secure his fifth straight palm and successfully defend his title for the alternate time. Fury was denied the WBC belt in December 2018 when he challenged Deontay Wilder for the first time.

Despite dominating the contest, the judges ruled he didn't do enough to uncrown Wilder and rendered the fight a draw.

Fury took a couple of fights before agreeing to a rematch and knocked out Tom Schwarz before besting Otto Wallin over 12 rounds for an underwhelming decision palm. There was nothing underwhelming about his coming spin, however, as he took piecemeal Wilder.

Fury excelled at the‘ Citation Bomber’before knocking him out in the seventh round to come world heavyweight champion for an alternate time.

Eighteen months latterly he settled the trio with an 11th round cessation of Wilder.  That palm left Fury with a 31-0-1 record, with 22 of his triumphs coming by way of knockout.

Dillian Whyte Form

Dillian Whyte has been made to stay for his world title shot and nearly lost it with a shock defeat.

Whyte rebounded from a seventh-round knockout loss to Anthony Joshua in 2015 by winning 11 straight fights.

He propelled himself into contention with triumphs over Robert Helenius and Lucas Browne, before beating-world champion Joseph Parker by decision.

Whyte was made to stay for his crack at the gold, however, due to the ongoing Fury-Wilder situation.

Rather than staying, he chose to stay active and stopped Derek Chisora before earning decision wins over Oscar Rivas and Mariusz Wach. His decision to keep fighting nearly bring him, however, as he was knocked out by Alexander Povetkin.

Whyte had been in control of the fight up to that point, however, and when the two men fought again he produced a clinical display to stop Povetkin inside four rounds.

That palm left Whyte with a 28-2 record, with 19 wins coming via knockout and both of his losses coming by cessation.

Tyson Fury is the better fighter and he has a perfect skill set to turn back Dillian Whyte’s challenge. Whyte tends to fade in the alternate half of fights, while Fury has shown a good gas tank despite his size.

I am backing Fury to use his poke to pick piecemeal Whyte before stopping him in the rounds before the last bell will ring.


Dillian  just was say .."I just want to be WBC World Champion." Dillian Whyte has once again confirmed his goal before the fight with Tyson Fury. The Englishman is the official mandatory challenger for the WBC belt, which is currently held by Tyson Fury. The "Body Snatcher" has been number 1 on the challenger list for ages but has had to be patient so far. After the 3rd duel between Fury and Deontay Wilder, Whyte should get his chance at the title.

The Jamaican-born Londoner has suffered just one defeat in 28 fights so far. In December 2015, 32-year-old compatriot Anthony Joshua was defeated by TKO in the 7th round. Since then, Whyte has won 11 fights in a row – 5 times by early and 6 times by points the full distance. For most bookies is Fury the favorite against Whyle (odds 1.28). That's why I am going for my Boxing Betting Tip I a win in K.O. with odds over 1.70 right now.

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Prediction Fury win TO/KO
Odds 1.75
Start Time 20:00 : 23-Apr-22
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