Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte fight results, highlights: Gypsy King Rules At Wembley!

Tyson Fury turned Dillian Whyte's dream of the WBC Heavyweight Championship into a nightmare for years as he faced 94,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium in London on Saturday night. Also retained his WBC and Linrsl World Heavyweight Championships titles.


Fury won the WBC crown in February 2020, stopped Deontay Wilder in seven rounds, and backed him up with an eleventh-round knockout victory in his trilogy fight last October. Whyte was notoriously waiting more than 1,000 days for his shot at the WBC Belt, which served as Silver and Interim Champion, but suffered a knockout defeat at the hands of Alexander Povetkin in 2020. Before they beat Russia again in the match again last March. Gibraltar


On Friday, Fury weighed 264.8 pounds, about 13 pounds lighter than in October. This was an indication that Fury wanted to get out of the back foot against Whyte instead of using the rude tactics against Wilder.


Whyte tried to match his game with the jump, appearing in the South Pau position. This strategy did not bother Fury much, as the champion competed with his ideal game plan, sticking out and combining jobs and left hooks with solid work on the body.


As Fury's dominance grew, Whyte appeared to be in despair, resulting in several clichés where heads collided and elbows and rabbits were punched. The referee lost control of the action in Round 4 because two heavyweights refused to listen to his braking instructions.


Once the action matched the boxing match, Fury took advantage of his reach to return to practice control, forcing Whyte to take more chances to close the gap.


The Fury jab will finally reach the final in Round 6 when it chases a mountain with the right uppercut which stunned Whyte and sent him crashing on the canvas. Whyte beat the count but when he tried to approach the referee, his balance was still unbalanced and he stumbled off the ropes, forcing the referee to leave the fight at the 2:59 mark of round 6. There is no choice.



"Listen, Dalein Whyte is a fighter," Fury said after the fight. "I'm sure he'll be the world champion. But I'm one of the biggest heavyweights ever and unfortunately for Dylan, he faced me here tonight."


"You know, I promised my sweet wife that after Wilder 3 Fight, that would be a fight, and I mean," Fury said. "But I was offered a fight at home at Wembley and I'm sure I deserve it and I'm indebted to it. It's all over now. The last veil of the gypsy king. "


Below you can see the results of the Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte fight cards


Fury vs. Whyte fight card, results


  • Tyson Fury (c) def. Dillian Whyte via sixth-round TKO

  • Ekow Essuman def. Darren Tetley via unanimous decision (117-111, 116-112, 116-112)

  • Nick Ball def. Isaac Lowe via sixth-round TKO

  • David Adeleye def. Chris Healey via fourth-round TKO

  • Tommy Fury def. Daniel Bocianski by referee's decision (60-54)


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