Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte:World champion 'not thinking about retirement'

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte is going to be the biggest heavyweight fight in the history of UK boxing. The two British fighters meet on Saturday, April 23 at Wembley Stadium in London, England.


fury vs. Whyte is the first major heavyweight competition of 2022, and Wembley Stadium is a great venue for this event. Both Fury and Whyte have power, but this match-up has a possible outcome.

Tyson Fury backtracked on his threat to retire after defending next week's blockbuster world heavyweight title Dillian Whyte as the two men broke the radio silence while building a record 94,000 UK boxing crowd at Wembley Stadium.


Pushing to leave the ring immediately, the gypsy king said: 'Now I'm just focusing on fighting Dillian. He added that he would be able to make a better decision about his future after this match.


Gyspy King and Parker have long been friends and training partners, so it's probably no surprise who Parker is choosing to win the competition.


It looks like this may be the last boxing math of Fury's career, and many are predicting that he will be able to walk at night with a big walker.


Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs) is the current WBC Heavyweight Champion. He took the ballot from Wilder after registering a dominant Round 7 TKO in 2020. Wilder tried to cover his loss with various excuses, but Fury again defeated Wilder in his epic trilogy.


In his last fight, Fury was dropped twice in Round 4 after Wilder was knocked out in the previous round, but 'The Gypsy King' took Wilder to school in Round 11, achieving a thrilling knockout victory. ۔ This is Fury's second term as heavyweight champion. He won the WBA, WBO, IBF, and IBO titles with Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 but never defended his title.


Rosh slipped into a two-year deep depression but emerged from the storm to take on the heavyweight division. Many people Fury vs. The winner of Whyte is hoping to challenge the winner of the rematch of Oleksandr Usyk vs. Anthony Joshua.


Fury once told Fan Side that he could not remember being dropped by Wilder in Round 12 of his first bout, yet he managed to get Wilder up and out for the rest of the round. He has a granite chin.


White, on the other hand, can be a little cool. They were knocked out in their two defeats. She's a big punch, and Fury's strength has improved with age.


Whyte Fury doesn't own a single luxury when it comes to boxing. Fury is a tough puncture, he has better footwork, and fights better during the second half of the fight. Overall, it looks like the competition between Whyte and Fury is doomed.


Fury should stop Whyte until round 7 TKO. He has the power of a punch, but there is a good chance that the referee will have to save White himself. Regardless, Wembley Stadium will make a splash on April 23. You can also have fun on Pay Per View via Top Rank and ESPN.




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