The undercard of Tyson Fury versus Dillian Whyte has been declared. Tyson Fury’s more youthful sibling is Tommy Fury. He is set to battle on the undercard of Fury v Whyte at Wembley Stadium. The Gypsy King will go head to head against Dillian Whyte in the capital on Saturday, April 23. Tyson Fury Boxing fans can buy Tyson Fury Tickets from our website.
Tommy Fury is set to venture into the boxing ring against Polish veteran Daniel Bocianski. The light heavyweight contender stays unbeaten with seven successes, four of those completed as knockouts. English junior lightweight hero, Anthony “The Apache” Cacace will battle for the empty WBO International title against Jonathan Romero.
While Isaac Lowe takes on the unbeaten Nick Ball for the empty WBC Silver featherweight title. The occasion will be communicated in real-time on BTSport Box Office with inclusion beginning at 6pm BST.
Before the compensation per-view broadcast starts. Irish Olympian Kurt Walker will contend in a four-round featherweight session against an adversary yet to be named. Plain Warren, who is advancing the occasion, said: “I’m glad to at long last have the option to uncover what will be a serious undercard on the side of the large one that we have all been hanging tight for.
“I’m more than happy that Tommy Fury will get to impart a portion of the spotlight to his older sibling subsequent to passing up his large battle last year through sickness. Assuming Tommy continues to win and keeps on sparkling, his enormous open doors will before long follow.”
Here is a rundown of the multitude of battles set to include on the card:
Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte – Core Event
Fury vs Whyte undercard
Anthony Cacace vs Jonathan Romero
Isaac Lowe vs Nick Ball
David Adeleye vs Chris Healey
Tommy Fury vs Daniel Bocianski
Kurt Walker vs TBC