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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 FerdinandPeter 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.

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.”

Fury, 33, has held the championships since knocking out American Deontay Wilder for the vacant straps in February 2020, and successfully defended them against the same opponent in October last year.
The self-styled ‘Gypsy King’ also puts his 32-fight undefeated record on the line, with the only previous blemish coming in a draw, also against Wilder, in 2018.
Whyte comes into the fight with a 28-2-0 record, having suffered his first defeat against Anthony Joshua in 2015.
The 34-year-old was beaten for the second time in 2020 after a fifth round TKO defeat at the hands of Alexander Povetkin.
However, Whyte immediately got his revenge in March of the following year, beating the Russian in four and reclaiming the WBC interim heavyweight title he lost in the first fight.
The road to Fury v Whyte has taken several turns ahead of their eventual showdown. The entire boxing world seemed to be waiting for Fury to face former WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua with all the belts on the line.
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However, those plans were torpedoed when Joshua was beaten by Oleksandr Usyk last September.
Usyk looked primed to be Fury’s next opponent to decide an undisputed champion but with Joshua eyeing a rematch with the Ukrainian, the fight did not materialise.
This left Whyte, who was the mandatory challenger for Fury’s gold, and the fight was announced earlier this year.

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