Tyson Fury’s next fight date has been confirmed Frank Warren as the promoter offered an update on the boxer’s potential bout with Dillian Whyte. Fury remained in America following the third fight of his trilogy with Deontay Wilder. Fury defeated Wilder in
Tyson Fury’s entourage are reportedly in talks with four fighters in an attempt to organise a bout for March 2022. Frustratingly for mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte, promoter Frank Warren confirmed that his name is not on the list as his arbitration with
Tyson Fury has been ordered to defend his WBC Heavyweight title against Dillian Whyte. Whyte has now been been called as Fury’s mandatory challenger with the rivals having 30 days to agree a deal before purse bids are called, with the fight
The Gypsy King has not fought in the UK since 2018 – and WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman has said in the past that he is hopeful of a fight between Fury and the Brixton Body Snatcher. “The WBC order was very clear,
Dillian Whyte’s heavyweight war with Otto Wallin has reportedly been postponed just over a week out from the bout in London. It’s understood the Body Snatcher may have suffered a shoulder injury in training that means he is now unable to compete.
Dillian Whyte has been brutally mocked by Frank Warren, with Tyson Fury’s promoter describing him as ‘crap’. The Brixton heavyweight is at the front of the queue to challenge Fury for his WBC world heavyweight title next. Whyte, 33, will finally be
Tyson Fury reacts to win over Deontay Wilder The 33-year-old wowed boxing fans across the globe as he claimed a stunning knockout win over arch-foe Deontay Wilder on Saturday night, to retain his WBC heavyweight title. Fury was twice floored in the
However, he avenged that loss less than a year later on his march back towards a world title shot. Beating Wallin will put him in a great position, but his hopes could be brought crashing down if the winner of Fury vs