The all-British blockbuster bout against Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte is ready when the Gypsy King begins the final defence of his title against Whyte. Fury surprisingly kept his WBC heavyweight title in October, crushing Deontay Wilder at Las Vegas. Fury was scheduled to take on Oleksandr Usyk in a unified bout. However, the two fighters, Whyte as well as Anthony Joshua, are forbidden step-aside money, as well as that fight, is off the table.
In the wake of Usyk and Joshua set to match in May, WBC the interim champ, Whyte, With the possibility of taking on Fury at his next bout. Since defeating Alexander Povetkin in their rematch in March, Whyte hasn't been fighting. The two fierce rivals will clash in London. Fury will be fighting for the first time in a UK fight since 2018 after having previously fought in America in the past five bouts, with two victories against Deontay Wilder.
The match will be held on April 23, Saturday. The all-British event will be held in the presence of 90,000 people at Wembley Stadium. The start time is 10 pm.
Whyte has been pursuing the possibility of a title shot in the world since the end of 2017 and now finally has his chance.
Fury declared that as soon as he fights Dillian Whyte in the ring live on talkSPORT, he will knock him out and get rid of him for good. The promoter Frank Warren, added: "I'm certain that it will turn out to be a record-breaking fight with life-changing cash on the line and more excitement. "It's looking to be a classic, and talkSPORT's extensive coverage will provide all the information and excitement for boxing fans."
In the meantime, Fury gave a sarcastic reply to Whyte signing a contract to sign his WBC, the world's heavyweight title. Fury sarcastically commented: " Because Dillian Whyte has agreed to pay $8 million, I'm going to say that. Wow, what a shock. "An absolute idiot. Is this a discussion point? Because he agreed to get the biggest payday of his life, the man was very happy.
Naturally, when this fight is scheduled as the first big heavyweight bout in 2022, there will be many trying to predict the outcome. For many, it isn't easy to imagine a world without Fury, but, in particular, due to the ability that he has to rise off the mat after you knock him down and move to another gear. He demonstrated this against Wilder, the strongest puncher and has done it four times during the three bouts they fought against each other.
While Fury has shown he can bounce back off the ground, Whyte has shown he can be knocked out by knockouts, with two of his losses coming due to that. Since he's prone to big hits and the reality is the fact that "The Gypsy King" has an advantage in both height and reach ", The Body Snatcher" might be able to make a name for himself in his own city.
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