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Tyson Fury defends his heavyweight titles against Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium this evening. The WBC and The Ring belts are on the line in front of a record crowd.

As many as 94,000 people are expected to cram into Wembley to watch one of the biggest fights in recent UK boxing history.

Fury defeated Deontay Wilder in his trilogy bout in October with Whyte - who beat Alexander Povetkin in a rematch last year - the mandatory challenger.

Tyson’s younger half-brother Tommy is also on the card, fighting Poland’s Daniel Bocianski in a light-heavyweight bout.

We’ll have all the build-up from Wembley, followed by live updates and reaction.

How to watch Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte on UK TV

Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte will exchange words for the first time in a press conference ahead of their Wembley showdown. (Photos: Getty Images)

Fury versus Whyte will be broadcast exclusively live to BT Sport Box Office on Saturday, April 23.

The fight is available for a price of £24.95 and you do not need to be a BT Sport subscriber to access their Box Office coverage.

BT Sport Box Office is available on BT TV channel 494, Sky Channel 490, or on Virgin Media via the 'On Demand' section of their set-top box. Find out all you need to know by going to

Customers are also able to watch the fight online, as well on mobile and tablet, through the BT Sport app. Purchase the fight or login to your existing BT account here.

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte

The eyes of the sporting world are focused on Wembley Stadium, but who will lift the WBC Heavyweight title on Saturday night? Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte go head-to-head in an all-British heavyweight clash at Wembley Stadium, in front of 94,000 fans.

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Tommy Fury is now just hours away from the biggest moment of his career so far when he fights in front of 94,000 people at Wembley Stadium. The younger Fury brother is fighting veteran Daniel Bocianski- who boasts an impressive 10-1 record - in one of the fights on the undercard of Tyson's upcoming title bout with Dillian Whyte.

It will be Tommy's first fight since his cancelled bout with American star Paul last year. He is eager to prove his doubters wrong, whilst admitting himself that he was not pleased with his last two victories.

"I'm just here to have fun, take in the atmosphere and enjoy the night. It's the final farewell, it's been a long old ride and it's quite emotional to be honest. I started as a little kid, I've gone on to become heavyweight champion and now I'm hanging up the gloves.

"I know that nobody believes me because they all think I'm after money or whatever else, there's only a certain amount of people who know that money don't mean nothing to me. I'm walking away, I have nothing to prove, done what I've had to do and win, lose or draw on Saturday night we'll put on a good fight and go home. That's it."

Tyson Fury's final farewell?

Tyson Fury has announced plans to hang up his gloves and fade from the spotlight after tonight's fight. With prospective fights against Usyk and Joshua on the horizon, this of course remains to be seen. Fury, however, is adamant.

"I'm just here to have fun, take in the atmosphere and enjoy the night. It's the final farewell, it's been a long old ride and it's quite emotional to be honest. I started as a little kid, I've gone on to become heavyweight champion and now I'm hanging up the gloves.

"I know that nobody believes me because they all think I'm after money or whatever else, there's only a certain amount of people who know that money don't mean nothing to me. I'm walking away, I have nothing to prove, done what I've had to do and win, lose or draw on Saturday night we'll put on a good fight and go home. That's it."

Ricky Hatton predicts a Fury win

Ricky Hatton this week announced he will be returning to the ring for an exhibition bout against Marco Antonio Barrera in Manchester later this year. He's predicting a comprehensive Fury victory:

"Let’s have it right, Dillian Whyte is not going to outbox Tyson Fury, he’s not going to outspeed Tyson Fury.

“Tyson, for a giant, 6ft 10in, is so versatile. He showed in his last fight [against Deontay Wilder] and previous fights, that he can stand close and mix it up. He can box southpaw, he can box orthodox, he can box from a distance, he’s great defensively.

“So, there’s no point in Dillian going out there thinking he can outbox Tyson because he can’t. He’s got to go for the knockout and try and get that big one in. Tyson’s been on his backside a few times. Dillian will know he’s capable of landing that and beating Tyson.”

“I think it’s all about what Tyson Fury turns up.

“Tyson lately has been fighting like a 6’10’ Rocky Marciano. He wants to go to war and be in the trenches with everyone at the minute.

“For this fight, I think we’re going to see a bit of the old Tyson Fury. Distance, you know, try break Dillian down a little bit. Let the storm blow itself out a little bit and then come on in the later rounds.

“I think Dillian has got to go in there and go for the knockout because I can see him winning on points.”

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Tyson Fury is set to take on Dillian Whyte on Saturday in an all English bout for the heavyweight boxing title.

Anticipation is high for what the undefeated Gypsy King claims will be his final contest, with 94,000 tickets sold for the Wembly bout, and even more fans expected to watch via pay-per-view.

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Fury vs Whyte live stream: Where to watch fight online and on TV tonight


yson Fury and Dillian Whyte meet in all-British blockbuster world title fight in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium tonight.

Fury puts his WBC and Ring Ring Magazine titles, and his unbeaten record, on the line.

The British heavyweights will finally meet in the ring, 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 tonight could well be in line for an undisputed bout later in the year against either Oleksandr Usyk or Anthony Joshua, though Fury has insisted this will be his final fight.

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.

How to watch Fury vs Whyte

TV channel: Fury vs Whyte is being broadcast live tonight on BT Sport Box Office. The pay-per-view will cost fans £24.95.

The undercard is due to begin at 6pm BST, with ring walks for the main event expected at 10pm.

Live stream: Those who have bought the PPV will also be able to watch the match online via the BT Sport Box Office website or app.

Live blog: You can also follow all the action as it happens with Standard Sport’s live fight night blog, which will have coverage of the whole card.

Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte: Fighters set for all-British heavyweight world-title showdown

Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte - WBC heavyweight title

Venue: Wembley Stadium, London Date: Saturday, 23 April

Coverage: Follow on live text, the BBC Sport website & app from 21:00 BST

WBC and Ring Magazine champion Tyson Fury will look to strengthen his status as the best fighter in the division. Challenger Dillian Whyte will aim to shock the boxing world.

Hype for the clash has only really amped up over the past few days with Whyte - up until fight week - not participating in news conferences or promotional events.

The 34-year-old was aggrieved by his share of the purse, but the topic of who is earning what and the politics involved can now be put to bed, with the focus firmly on who will come out top.

Fury has won 31 bouts, with 22 knockouts, and drawn one as a professional. Whyte has won 28, with 19 stoppages, but has twice tasted defeat.

In a true tussle of the boxer versus the brawler, BBC Sport previews the blockbuster bout by speaking to both fighters, former heavyweight champions David Haye and Joseph Parker and boxing trainer Dave Coldwell.

Joe Bugner's narrow victory over the popular Henry Cooper over 15 gruelling rounds at Wembley Arena in 1971 was watched by millions on terrestrial television, while 26,000 fans in Cardiff witnessed champion Lennox Lewis knock out national treasure Frank Bruno in 1993.

Both bouts are solid examples of all-British heavyweight clashes which captured the imagination of the general public but, on numbers alone, Fury-Whyte can stake its claim as the biggest.

A post-war European record of 94,000 fans will fill out Wembley Stadium, while the purse bids are the highest in boxing with Queensbury promoter Frank Warren successfully bidding $41m (£30.6m) to host the fight.

"I'm ready to rock and roll," Whyte said at Thursday's media conference. "It means everything to fight in my own country and for the world title."

Fury, 33, added: "It speaks for itself. It's the highest selling British fight in the history of our sport."

Coldwell, who has been in Whyte's corner in the past, believes Fury-Whyte is a bigger draw than Lewis-Bruno.

"Bruno was a big hero back then, like Tyson Fury is now," he says. "But the Brits hadn't yet taken to Lewis at the time of that fight."

Whyte's self-imposed silence had impacted the promotion of the fight. He did not appear at last month's media conference which enabled Fury - ever the showman - to entertain reporters alone.

The challenger meanwhile kept a low profile while training out in Portugal. He landed in London on Monday and attended the pre-fight media conference on Wednesday.

After years of social media back and forth, it was expected that tempers may flare but Fury and Whyte, surprisingly, shared a great deal of mutual respect.

"He's a decent bloke. A decent fella and he's got good morals," Fury said. "I'm not going to sit here and slate the fella because I've got nothing to slate him on."

Whyte also did not dwell on any previous bad blood, saying: "He understands warrior code. He treated me with respect and I treated him with respect."

The fight has been somewhat overshadowed by Fury's links to Daniel Kinahan, who last week was among seven people hit with worldwide financial sanctions by the United States.

Fury had previously been advised by Kinahan but at the public workout insisted he has "absolutely zero" involvement with the Irishman, either in a business or advisory role and dismissed suggestions it has distracted his preparations.

"In my life I've got a massive man trying to punch my face in this week and I've got to deal with that so anything else is out of my control and nothing to do with me at all," Fury said.

Whyte is a clear underdog but, as the boxing cliche goes, it only takes one punch in heavyweight boxing; and Whyte's relentless style and vicious hooks pose danger to any opponent.

"He's a good fighter," Fury says. "A good strong solid man. He's big, small, strong, tough, game. He has good punch with good power, he's knocked out a lot of men."

While Fury is undefeated in 32 bouts, Whyte lost to Anthony Joshua in 2015 and was then knocked out by a 40-year-old Alexander Povetkin in August 2020, only to avenge his defeat by the Russian seven months later.

But Haye - a former two-weight world champion - says past results have little relevance in heavyweight boxing, referencing Lewis' losses to Oliver McCall and Hasim Rahman and Joshua's shock defeat by Andy Ruiz Jr in 2019.

"Anything can happen in heavyweight boxing and time to time an anomaly happens," he says. "The way that Dillian has the best opportunity of winning is to get in close and turn it into a slugfest. I think he stops Fury on his feet late doors at some stage".

Parker - who was dropped twice before losing on points to Whyte in 2018 - is acutely aware of how tough 'The Body Snatcher' is.

"He has power in both hands and will always come game and ready," the New Zealand heavyweight says. "We haven't seen much of him so no-one knows what to expect in terms of approach and what kind of shape he's in."

Is Fury just too good?

Outside of the ring, Fury's comeback story from mental health struggles and weight gain has been well documented. Inside the squared circle, The Gypsy King is considered by many to be one of the most skilful and elusive heavyweight boxers of his generation.

Haye - who was set to face Fury in 2013 before withdrawing through injury - has been criticised by Fury's father for once again predicting a loss for the champion.

John Fury claims Haye would "pick Santa Claus" over his son and has demanded he be removed from the TV broadcast team.

In response to those comments, Haye says: "Just like he'd back his son against King Kong. I just say it like I see it.

"I thought Wladimir Klitschko was going to beat him in 2015, just like everyone did and got it wrong, and I thought Wilder all three times had the ability to knock him out, which he nearly did."

A victory for Whyte would not only stun the boxing world, but he will announce himself as one of the biggest draws in heavyweight boxing.

With a win bonus on offer and as a free agent not tied to any promoter, it will catapult him into international boxing stardom.

While Coldwell is edging towards a Fury victory, he says the hard yards Whyte has put in over the years could now pay off.

"He's chased that WBC mandatory position and while he's been mandatory for years he's taken some great fights that have added to his experience, boxing knowledge and ring general-ship," Coldwell adds.

Fellow Briton Joshua is expected to rematch WBA, WBO and IBF champion Oleksandr Usyk this summer and both Haye and Parker would like to see the winner of Fury-Whyte challenge for the undisputed clash.

"It has to be the undisputed next," Parker says. Haye adds: "I'm hoping Anthony Joshua claims those belts back and then we will have, without doubt, the biggest all-British title fight of all time."

But win, lose or draw, Fury says his plans to retire from the sport following this fight and will not be lured in by the prospect of capturing all of the belts.

"This is it. In the capital city. It's the pinnacle of it all," Fury says.

"There's no amount of money or belts I haven't already won or I haven't already got that will bring me back."

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