Thursday, February 24, 2022

Heavyweight title for April 23

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte WBC heavyweight title bout set for April 23

 Tyson Fury will shield his WBC heavyweight title against Dillian Whyte on April 23, the defending champ declared via web-based media on Tuesday.

The undefeated Fury, who hasn't battled since taking out Deontay Wilder in their set of three battle in October, said Whyte had marked an agreement only hours on schedule.

The battle is relied upon to occur at London's Wembley Stadium.

"The man (Whyte) has finished paperwork for the greatest payday he will get in his life," Fury said in a video on Twitter.

Fierceness, known as the "Wanderer King", said that he will presently be having some time off from online media until after the session with Whyte.

"I'm going into instructional course to give Dillian Whyte all the regard on the planet he wants," Fury added. "I'll keep in mind anybody in my life, and I'll give this man all the regard he merits."

Whyte is the compulsory challenger to Fury's WBC belt and has been hanging tight years for a shot at the world title as the WBC's highest level competitor.

Following quite a while of long arrangements, Fury's co-advertiser Frank Warren won the handbag bid in January with a proposal of $41 million, beating Whyte's advertiser Eddie Hearn who was the main other bidder.

Wrath is currently set to get 80% of the handbag and Whyte the excess 20%.

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