Tyson Fury On Dillian Whyte: ‘I Wonder Who’s Gonna Get Knocked Out First, It Ain’t Gonna Be Me’

The Gypsy King is expecting to have an all-out war against Dillian Whyte.

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  • Tyson Fury has vowed to put on a great show for the fans when he faces Dillian Whyte this weekend
  • “The Gypsy King” insists nothing about what Whyte will say is important to him

Tyson Fury will step inside the ring once again after putting an end to his rivalry with Deontay Wilder. He will be putting the WBC heavyweight title on the line as he takes on his compatriot and mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte in front of their come crowd. Ahead of the bout, “The Gypsy King” guarantees fans’ will not be wasting their hard-earned money.

There will be a knockout

After wrapping his open workout session at the Wembley Boxpark, Fury addressed the fans and swore that they are in for a treat come Saturday.

Despite brimming with confidence heading into the fight, Fury expects Whyte to come in with his “A-game.” However, “The Gypsy King” is certain he wouldn’t be the first to hit the mat.

“My promise is that you’re gonna see an excellent fight,” Fury said. “Dillian is training only hard in Portugal. He’s bringing his A-game. He’s going to fight the best Tyson Fury. And I hope I’m gonna fight the best of him. We’re gonna give the fans a real treat. You’ve got two top heavyweights who are gonna smash each other to bits for the paying customer.”

“There’s gonna be a lot of fireworks, a lot of bombs getting slinged and I wonder who’s gonna get knocked out first,” he teased. “It ain’t gonna be me. I’ll tell you that.”

It’s all the same

On the press conference on Wednesday, Fury and Whyte are expected to meet each other in flesh for the first time since the bout was officially announced.

However, “The Gypsy King” pointed out that he anticipates nothing new about Whyte and what he’s about to say in their face-to-face as he is no different to his past foes. 

“It is what it is, I’ve seen plenty of boxers before, I’ve seen lots of Dillian Whyte before,” the Brit told BT Sport. “We’ll see what tomorrow will bring, hopefully it’ll be a good press conference, and that’s it. I’m sure he has stuff he wants to say, I’ve always got a bit to say, as we all know.”

“I’m looking forward to the fight and putting on a good show,” he continued. “At this stage, it doesn’t really matter what Dillian Whyte says or what I say; there’s gonna be a fight anyway.”

Fury vs. Whyte will be an interesting fight to watch as the pair knows each other’s style very well, having been sparring partners in the past.

Published on April 19, 2022 at 11:44 am
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