World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury will meet Dillian Whyte in an all-British fight at Wembley on 23 April. Whyte denoted a consent to meet the WBC champion as of late just hours on the schedule. Fury vs Whyte Boxing Fans can buy Tyson vs Dillian Tickets from our website.
Fury is unbeaten with 31 triumphs and one draw. He has not struggled in the UK since August 2018 when he beat Francesco Pianeta in Belfast. Whyte has 28 victories and two mishaps in his 30-fight calling. He is the mandatory challenger for the WBC belt. Fury’s last trip saw him hold his title with an 11th round knockout of American Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas in their third fight.
“Tyson Fury getting back home to battle under the curve at Wembley Stadium. This is a fitting award for the main heavyweight on the planet. Following his adventures across the Atlantic in his epic set of three against Deontay Wilder,” said advertiser Frank Warren. Whose Queensberry Promotions won the tote bid to arrange the battle.
“The way that this necessary gatekeeper of his WBC title comes against another Brit simply adds to the occasion. They are two of the best characters in the British games and both routinely have a great deal to say for themselves.
“It will be a fantastic evening. A gigantic event for sport in this country. This will catch the creative mind of fans right across the world.”
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Since his last fight in the UK, Fury has struggled exclusively in the US directly following denoting a restricted time oversee Bob Arum’s Top Rank. Whyte’s last combat was when he beat Alexander Povetkin with a knockout in March 2021. The Briton needed to pull out of a meeting against Otto Wallin in October because of a shoulder injury.
“Dillian Whyte has required this battle for a really long time, and keeping in mind that he is a meriting challenger, no heavyweight can match ‘The Gypsy King’,” said Arum.
“This will be a pivotal evening of boxing with a huge number of fans in participation at Wembley Stadium.”