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Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte roundtable: Analysis, predictions for heavyweight title fight

The biggest fight of British boxing history is between top Rank WBC / Linale / Ring Magazine Heavyweight Champion Towns "The Gypsy King" Fury and WBC Interim Title Holder Dillian "The Body Snatcher" Whyte on 23 April London's Wembley Stadium is going to be.

This competition is the first fight in about 30 years, where two British will be facing a recognized global honor, and the environment will be electromagnetic.

WHYTE won the interim WBC Heavyweight title in 2019, while Fury won the WBC Heavyweight title against Deontay Wilder in 2020. While completing the trinity fight with just the Wilder, FURY encountered a tough hit whlyte. Approximately 94,000 people will pack the Women's Stadium between two previous spacious partners for this all-British match.

Fury-based Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOS) has named 28th November 2015, which is named its name, the night it ended Wladimir Klitschko’s almost long championship. After more than two years, he returned to the action in June 2018, with the return to millions of people who fought for the global honor within six months of the victory of the return in June 2018 in Manchester. Looked up. On its record, the only doubts on the record - a controversial draw against the Wilder 2018 - Revenge was taken with the US star against the American star in February 2020 and October 2021. Dillian Whyte's competition since February 2015 is his first competition in London.

White (28-2, 19 KOS), which was raised in Brixton, London, got a shot in Fury.

After seven years of race as a global heavyweight. In 2015, after the defeat of TKO in the seventh round of Anthony Joshua - when both were the possibilities of being unbelievable - Whyte continued to win 11 flesh, which Joseph Parker, Oscar Rivas, Lucas Browne, and Derek Chisora ​​(2x ) On the victory included. Its speed and mandatory position was stopped when Alexander Povetkin in August 2020 nose it with a left upper kit. Why took revenge in March 2021, to retrieve your interim title nose in four rounds.

Prediction: Fury VS Whyte

Do not fight for more than 12 months and after stepping in your career's biggest fight, the White shows more unknown quantities of them. As long as he does not change his style coming to the bout, we predict the fight to the fury. The Diet Wilder showed that strategy can work - as long as it is. The Facori Wilder was doing comfortable with the most powerful punchers of power, and despite eating some of the best shots of "The Brunswives Bomberz", they will not.

If fury, with its growing consent to proceed in an aggressive manner, it appears, so we can expect an all-action firefight. The more durable and funny champion should be emerging before halfway.

Prediction: Fury Via Round Six TKO


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