Eddie Hearn has confidently forecast that Dillian Whyte will hit Tyson Fury out when the two encounter at Wembley Venue next month. In what is certain to be one of the major boxing tournaments of the year. Dillian Whyte will take on Tyson Fury on April 23 with the WBC. The Ring heavyweight titles are on the line. Fury vs Whyte Boxing Fans can buy Tyson vs Dillian Tickets from our website.
Fury, who is undefeated at 31-0-1, is the strong favourite in the eyes of the crowds and will also be defending his position as ‘straight’ heavyweight champion against Whyte (28-2) who most lately defeated Alexander Povetkin via TKO to success the WBC temporary tie.
Large crowds are predictable to flock to the home of English football. The winner will meet Oleksandr Usyk later this year, if available.
Discussing the game in DAZN’s Twitter Q&A. Hearn said he supported his men to get the job done in Round 11.
“Whyte won’t be knocked out,” Hearn said.
“I trust really that when they trade the left hook. Tyson Fury will sleep, he will sleep on the 11th round.”
Heavyweight road to adversity
While there are masses of conversations about how Anthony Joshua fits into this comparison. Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte will focus on avoiding satisfaction. Which is somewhat they’ve both tumbled target to as of late.
Fury fights Deontay Wilder in his series, he knows he has the ability and precision to take down the “Bronze Bomber”. But the reborn Wilder surprises him by repeatedly dropping “The Gypsy King”.
Unfortunately, he still achieved to get up and secure the finish. Which failed to happen at Whyte’s Matchroom Sports headquarters in his first match against Povetkin.
He was knocked unconscious and had to wait seven months for his revenge. Still, Whyte seemed as confident today as ever in what can only be described as the biggest night of his career.