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Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte weigh-in LIVE: Latest updates as heavyweights hit scales before fight


🔴GO LIVE📺📱👉 Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Fight Live


🔴GO LIVE📺📱👉 Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Fight Live




Tyson Fury puts his WBC and The Ring titles, and his unbeaten record, on the line this weekend when he fights Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium


The British heavyweights will finally meet in the ring in front of 94,000 fans, putting behind them weeks of uncertainty in the build-up.


It’s Fury’s first fight in the UK for almost four years, having spent much of that period in America fighting Deontay Wilder three times. Dillian Whyte returns to action for the first time since avenging his defeat to Alexander Povetkin last March.


The winner on Saturday night could well be in line for an undisputed bout later in the year against either Oleksandr Usyk or Anthony Joshua.


On the undercard, Tommy Fury, Tyson’s brother, faces Daniel Bocianski in a six-round bout in what is his first fight since he pulled out of facing Jake Paul at the end of last year due to injury and illness.


Isaac Lowe is also on the bill, looking to get back to winning ways after suffering the first loss of his professional career. The featherweight was beaten by Luis Alberto Lopez in December at York Hall - he fights Nick Ball at Wembley for the vacant WBC silver featherweight title.


This is Whyte's first fight since March 2021, while Fury was last seen ending his trilogy with Deontay Wilder 2-0-1, via KO in October of 2021.


This colossal clash has not one but two Furys on the card. Tommy Fury, the Love Island star who is also Tyson's half-brother, is on the undercard fighting Daniel Bocianski. At one point, he was slated to fight Jake Paul. It's even more of a family affair for Tyson Fury, though, as his cousin Isaac Lowe is taking on Nick Ball.


Here's everything you need to know about Fury vs Whyte live streams, including the undercard, odds and more details about the fighters.


We are just two days away from a huge heavyweight title fight between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte, with the pair fine-tuning preparations for their blockbuster clash.


The all-British bout, sees Fury putting the WBC belt on the line at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night in front of 94,000 fans, in one of the biggest contests in the history of British heavyweight boxing. Whyte (28-2, 19 knockouts) has waited a long time for a shot at world heavyweight glory, and it finally arrives on the grandest stage as the Jamaican-born Londoner looks to become the first man to defeat Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs).



Whyte, 34, last competed in March 2021, knocking out Alexander Povetkin to avenge his own stoppage loss to the Russian from August 2020. As inactive as Whyte has been in the ring since, he has been similarly inactive outside of it, refusing to attend last month’s first pre-fight press conference, electing to stay in Portugal to focus on his training for the bout instead.


The “Bodysnatcher” did attend the press conference on Wednesday of fight week, admitting he was “ready to swing” at Fury if things had got heated and the pair will go face to face again at Friday’s weigh-in ahead of the big day on Saturday.

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