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After years of waiting, Dillian Whyte is finally getting his shot at the WBC heavyweight champion. Tyson Fury is more than ready for the challenge. The two British fighters are looking to settle it in the ring on April 23.
Promoted by ESPN’s Top Rank, Fury vs. Whyte will be taking place inside Wembley Stadium in London.
Fury made his pro debut in 2008. “The Gypsy King” made himself known when he beat Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 for the WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO and The Ring heavyweight titles. Following an extended absence while tending to personal circumstances away from the ring, Fury returned in 2018 and has been better than ever. After fighting Deontay Wilder to a draw, he beat Wilder in a rematch in February 2020 for the WBC title. He won the trilogy fight against Wilder in October via knockout to retain the title.
Fury for me is someone who we should just enjoy, to be alive at the same time, to be able to watch him,” said the Liverpudlian. “I think it will be comfortable, but he’ll probably do it after six (rounds) at some point.”
Current Reds star Trent Alexander-Arnold agreed but believes it won’t be so straightforward, saying: “I like both fighters to be honest. I always back Fury in fights, I think he’s got what it takes. Dillian’s got a lot of heart, I think it’ll be a real scrap. Who knows? It’s heavyweight boxing, anything can happen.”
Fury appears to be the overwhelming favourite among football stars, with Rio Ferdinand, Peter Crouch, and Joe Cole all expressing their faith in the current heavyweight champion.
Ferdinand says that “Whyte can cause some problems”, but ultimately believes that Fury’s experience will give him the upper hand.
Crouch predicted an eighth-round stoppage in favour of Fury, while Cole believes the fight will go the full 12 rounds before Fury gets the unanimous decision in his favour.
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West Ham captain Declan Rice on the other hand, wasn’t so sure, saying: “I have to sit on the fence, I can’t call it.
“It’s hard because (with) Dillian Whyte, you never know what you’re going to get, he’s got an absolute bomb on him. But Fury is just so good, technically unbelievable.
“I think Whyte’s gonna have to knock him out if he wants to win, I think if it goes to points, Fury will outbox him.”