Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte fight prediction, odds, undercard, start time, preview, live stream, expert pick
MMA Fighting has Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte live round-by-round updates of one of the top boxing fights of the year Saturday afternoon at Wembley Stadium in London, England. The main event will start around 5 p.m. ET. Check out our Fury vs. Whyte results page to find out what happened on the undercard. Fury is a -550 favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook. Fury, who has a 31-0-1 career record, will compete for the first time this year. He knocked out Deontay Wilder in his past two outings. Fury has said this will be the final fight of his career. He is expected to make around $30 million for the fight. Dillian Whyte (28-2), who will make around $8 million for the fight, will also enter the ring for the first time this year. In his last fight, Whyte avenged a previous loss to Alexander Povetkin with a fourth-round TKO on March 27, 2021. In what he claims will be the final fight of his 14-year career, Tyson Fury will defend his WBC and lineal heavyweight titles on Saturday against interim champion Dillian Whyte in London. Few, of course, actually believe the 33-year-old Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs) will walk away for good, regardless of the outcome. Still, the event is big enough (ESPN+ PPV, 2 p.m. ET) to warrant the attention of the entire sporting world as the two hulking heavyweights square off in their home country in front of a U.K. record crowd of 94,000 at Wembley Stadium. The fight will mark the first time Fury is fighting anyone else other than former champion Deontay Wilder since 2019. It will also mark the first time Fury returns to fight in the U.K. since a 2018 win over Francesco Pianeta in Northern Ireland. "Dillian Whyte is a good fighter," Fury said at Wednesday's final press conference. "He is a good, strong, solid man. He's big, he's strong [and] he's tough. He's game, he's got good power. He has knocked out a lot of men. He has had a good learning career, as well. He's got a lot of experience in the fight game. He's definitely a man that needs a lot of respect. WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury will battle interim titleholder Dillian Whyte atop the ESPN+ pay-per-view (PPV) TONIGHT (Sat., April 23, 2022) from inside Wembley Stadium in London, England. Watch famed boxing trainer and ringside commentator Teddy Atlas break down their championship showdown in the embedded video above. Who would have thought it?” Tyson Fury asked, almost incredulous. “Even we didn’t think we’d be doing 90-odd thousand at Wembley.” Such is the grandeur of Saturday’s WBC world heavyweight title fight against Dillian Whyte, set against the backdrop of a record-breaking 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium, that even Fury himself is struggling to process the enormity of the occasion. The bout will set the record for the largest attendance for a fight in the 21st century and the largest in Europe – quite the stage for these two British boxers. In recent years, the build up to certain heavyweight bouts has been dominated by acrimony between the opposing fighters, but this one is altogether different.
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Fury vs. Whyte fight card, odds
Tyson Fury (c) vs. Dillian Whyte, WBC heavyweight title
Ekow Essuman vs. Darren Tetley, welterweights
Isaac Lowe vs. Nick Ball, featherweights
David Adeleye vs. Chris Healey, heavyweights
Tommy Fury def. Daniel Bocianski by referee's decision (60-54)
Fury vs Whyte undercard
Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte; WBC and Ring Magazine world heavyweight titles
Bocianski makes it the full six-round distance as Fury was unable to turn up the heat and get the stoppage. Bocianski didn't do much offensively and offered little resistance to Fury's efforts. Still, the punching power of Fury seemed lacking in a fight where he should have been able to land big punches and finish off an overmatched opponent.
Anthony Cacace vs. Jhonatan Romero; Super featherweight
Isaac Lowe vs. Nick Ball; Featherweight
David Adeleye vs. Chris Healey; Heavyweight
Tommy Fury vs. Daniel Bocianski; Light heavyweight
Karol Itauma vs. Michal Ciach; Light heavyweight
Royston Barney Smith vs. Michael Walton; Super featherweight
Fury vs Whyte: tale of the tape
Tyson "Gypsy King" Fury – Dillian "Body Snatcher" Whyte
Nationality: British – British
Born: 12th August 12 1988 – 11th April 1988
Height: 6ft 9 – 6ft 4
Reach: 85 inches – 78 inches