Dillian Whyte vs Tyson Fury Live

What the WBC heavyweight world champion and his mandatory challenger must do to be successful Saturday in London.

Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte have been anticipating this day for quite some time. And finally it’s upon us, as Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs) will put his WBC heavyweight world title on the line against Whyte (28-2, 19 KOs) live from Wembley Stadium in London on Saturday night. The mandatory defense packs plenty of intrigue with ramifications toward a possible undisputed championship clash to follow soon thereafter.

With this much at stake, DAZN News took the time to list and analyze the keys to victory for both fighters.



To get within Fury’s seven inches of reach advantage, Whyte must close space and get inside. Easier said than done as Fury’s jab is one of the best in the business. Not to mention, there’s not a more slippery six-foot-nine heavyweight on the planet, only compounding Whyte’s challenge. But every moment Whyte is able to work his way into the phonebooth with Fury, he must bash the champ’s body. Doing so will negate Fury’s elusiveness and keep Whyte away from that jab. Plus, that body work could pave the way for Whyte to detonate more meaningful shots upstairs.


‘The Body Snatcher’ needs to let his hands fly Saturday night before 90,000-plus raucous fans at Wembley. If Whyte is successful getting inside early, Fury may reach out and try to hold. In that transition is where the WBC champion can find himself susceptible to a compact hook or even an uppercut if timed right. When Fury reached out and tried to grab Deontay Wilder in their third fight back in October, Wilder greeted him with a right hook that crashed against the Brit’s head and dropped him in a heap. Whyte can look for a similar shot. He used a short left hook to the temple to buzz a six-foot-six Anthony Joshua in their December 2015 fight, so it can be done against a six-foot-nine Fury as well. Whyte can also look to unload an uppercut if Fury advances haphazardly. Punchers have a chance only if they punch! Whyte must be willing to take risks with the way he unleashes his punches.


Fury asserting the jab early could spell a long night for Whyte. As he’s fresh during the early rounds, Whyte has got to get off to a quick start, bite down and bring the fight to the champion. Doing so with power could keep Fury out of rhythm and would give Whyte his best opportunity to land the kind of shot that would have the puncher’s chance possibly turn into an upset heard around the world.



At six-foot-nine with an 85-inch reach, it only behooves Fury to stay on the outside and jab Whyte to death. Keeping Whyte on the end of the stick will prevent the challenger from getting inside and unleashing power shots. Doing so will also empower Fury to begin the process of picking Whyte apart and then piecing together more meaningful power shots himself. Anthony Joshua had success with the jab against Whyte and Fury is a more skilled boxer. So, it’s only right to anticipate the jab being a major weapon for Fury, too.


There could be moments where Whyte successfully works his way inside. Those instances are where Fury can hold Whyte in the clinch, push him back to reset and return to the outside to pump the jab and power shots behind them. Fury grabs, muscles and leans on opponents with veteran savvy. This mandatory defense shouldn’t be an exception. Plus, it could stifle Whyte’s offense in a major way.


As large of a man that Fury is, he’s incredibly agile and elusive for his size. Slipping out of harm’s way early can be the elixir for Fury to return fire with laser-like accuracy and power. Every punch that Fury evades in style should frustrate Whyte. Possibly even enough for ‘The Body Snatcher’ to gamble. And when he takes risks, Fury can make him pay with the same brand of complex, stinging sweet science that nobody has been able to solve.


Dillian Whyte vs Tyson Fury Live Stream

Tyson Fury Vs Dillian Whyte Live Streaming: How To Watch WBC Title Fight In India, US & UK

Know the details about the Fury vs Dillian Whyte fight card and live Streaming details with the event scheduled to be held on April 24 at Wembley Stadium.

WBC and The Ring heavyweight champion Tyson Fury will face Dillian Whyte in an epic boxing match which will be taking place at the Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday, April 23. This will be the final fight for Fury who will be hanging up his boots in his first bout at home in England since August 2018.

Frank Warren’s Queensberry Promotions and Bob Arum’s Top Rank are the promoters for the pay-per-view (PPV) event, which won the bid for the rights with an amount of approximately USD 41 million. Coming into this fight Fury is still undefeated, with three of his last 5 fights ending in a knockout.

The two most recent came against Deontay Wilder, and the first of those is where he won the WBC heavyweight championship. Whyte on the other hand the WBC interim heavyweight title multiple times, but rescheduling, injuries and the Covid-19 pandemic have created gap in his record. He won the title from Alexander Povetkin on March 27, 2021. Here’s a look at details about Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte live streaming and how fans can watch Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte online.READ | Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte: Full fight card, Date, Schedule and Live Streaming Details

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte live streaming in India

The Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte live streaming will not be available in India but the bout will take place on Saturday, April 23 (Sunday, April 24 according to IST) at 11:30 PM IST at the Wembley Stadium in London.

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte live streaming in UK

According to Telegraph, the viewers in the UK will need to buy the fight on a pay-per-view basis from BT Sport Box Office, with coverage set to start around 6 pm local time. It will be free to watch for the first hour but viewers will then need to have paid to watch the remainder of the undercard plus the main event.READ | Tyson Fury’s brutal post-fight confrontation with Deontay Wilder goes viral; Watch

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte live streaming in US

The Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte bout will be shown on ESPN PPV in the US. The fight will start at 2 PM ET in the US on April 23, Saturday. READ | Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury vows to defend UK against Russia: ‘I’ll be first up’

Fury vs Whyte: Full match card

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte (WBC heavyweight title)

Anthony Cacace vs Jonathan Romero (WBO international super-featherweight title)

Tommy Fury vs Daniel Bocianski (light-heavyweight)

Isaac Lowe vs Nick Ball (WBC silver featherweight title)

David Adeleye vs Chris Healey (heavyweight)

Kurt Walker vs Opponent TBC (featherweight)

Karol Itauma vs Michal Ciach (light-heavyweight)

Royston Barney-Smith vs Jahfieus Faure (super-featherweight)


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Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte roundtable: Analysis, expert picks, predictions for heavyweight title fight

A title match years in the making will be taking place Saturday, as Tyson Fury faces off against Dillian Whyte for the WBC heavyweight title. Inside Wembley Stadium, the road to undisputed has one last pitstop. 

Whyte won the interim WBC heavyweight title in 2019, while Fury won the WBC heavyweight title in 2020 against Deontay Wilder. Just completing a trilogy fight with Wilder, Fury faces a hard-hitting Whyte. About 94,000 people will pack Wembley Stadium for this all-British matchup between two former sparring partners. 

The Sporting News’ Dom Farrell, Thomas Naghten, Albert Perez and Dan Yanofsky joined forces to discuss all things Fury vs. Whyte. 

What is your excitement level for Fury vs. Whyte?

Dom Farrell: OK, so this isn’t the all-British heavyweight title clash we really wanted, nor is it an undisputed showdown. But it’s still a really good heavyweight fight. Dillian Whyte has done all that has been asked of him to earn this shot. He has waited over 1,000 days for his chance. He is legitimately in the top five in the division. The atmosphere at a packed Wembley will be electric as Fury laps up a homecoming on the back of his heroics against Deontay Wilder.

When is Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte?

  • Date: Saturday, April 23
  • Undercard: 1 p.m. ET
  • Main card: 2 p.m. ET
  • Main event: 5:30 p.m. ET (approximately)

Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte will take place Saturday, April 23. The undercard action will begin at 1 p.m., with the main card starting at 2 p.m. ET on ESPN+ PPV. Fury and Whyte are expected to make their way to the ring around 5:30 p.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last.

How to watch, live stream Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte

  • TV channel: ESPN+ | ESPN PPV
  • Live stream (PPV): ESPN+, BT Sport Box Office

The Fury vs. Whyte main card will air on ESPN+ pay-per-view. It can be live-streamed through ESPN+. Fans in the U.S. can also watch the fight in select theaters.

For those in the U.K., the fight will air via the BT Sport Box Office. 

Fury vs. Whyte fight card

  • Tyson Fury (c) vs. Deontay Wilder for Fury’s WBC heavyweight title
  • Anthony Cacace vs. Jhonatan Romero; Super-Featherweights
  • Isaac Lowe vs. Nick Ball; Featherweights
  • David Adeleye vs. Chris Healey; Heavyweights
  • Tommy Fury vs. Daniel Bocianski; Light-Heavyweights

Dillian Whyte vs Tyson Fury Fight

Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte fight prediction, odds, undercard, start time, preview, live stream, expert pick
The WBC heavyweight title is on the line from Wembley Stadium in London on Saturday night

In what he claims will be the final fight of his 14-year career, Tyson Fury will defend his WBC and lineal heavyweight titles on Saturday against interim champion Dillian Whyte in London. 

Few, of course, actually believe the 33-year-old Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs) will walk away for good, regardless of the outcome. Still, the event is big enough (ESPN+ PPV, 2 p.m. ET) to warrant the attention of the entire sporting world as the two hulking heavyweights square off in their home country in front of a U.K. record crowd of 94,000 at Wembley Stadium.  

The fight will mark the first time Fury is fighting anyone else other than former champion Deontay Wilder since 2019. It will also mark the first time Fury returns to fight in the U.K. since a 2018 win over Francesco Pianeta in Northern Ireland.  

How To Watch Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte Live

“Dillian Whyte is a good fighter,” Fury said at Wednesday’s final press conference. “He is a good, strong, solid man. He’s big, he’s strong [and] he’s tough. He’s game, he’s got good power. He has knocked out a lot of men. He has had a good learning career, as well. He’s got a lot of experience in the fight game. He’s definitely a man that needs a lot of respect.  

“That’s why I’ve given all this training camp we’ve had. I’ve had everything I can possibly do to train for this. I’ve haven’t left any stones unturned. I’ve trained as hard for Dillian as I have for Wilder or [Wladimir] Klitschko.” 

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Fury had hope to be fighting unified champion Oleksandr Usyk to open 2022 in a four-belt undisputed title bout, but both Whyte (28-2, 19 KOs) and former champion Anthony Joshua, who’s expected to rematch Usyk this summer, both turned down step-aside money to clear the way.  

Instead, the 34-year-old Whyte is expected to bring a sturdy challenge to the 6-foot-9 Fury thanks to his 6-foot-4 frame, durability and punching power. Whyte, who was born in Jamaica before emigrating to England, is 12-1 since a 2015 knockout loss to Joshua and avenged the one defeat — a devastating 2020 knockout at the hands of Alexander Povetkin — by finishing him in their rematch five months later.

Whyte has been a sparring partner of Fury in the past and gained the champion’s respect throughout a series of difficult victories on the way up the ladder to title contention against the likes of Dereck Chisora (twice), Robert Helenius, Lucas Browne, Oscar Rivas, Mariusz Wach and former champion Joseph Parker. 

“[Whyte] is a good fighting man. The fans are in for a real treat,” Fury said. “I know Dillian. I know him personally, and he knows me. And we’re going to rock n’ roll on fight night. We’re ready to throw down and treat us all to a hell of a barnstorm.” 

Fight card, odds

  • Tyson Fury (c) -575 vs. Dillian Whyte +425, WBC heavyweight title
  • Ekow Essuman vs. Darren Tetley, welterweights
  • Isaac Lowe -135 vs. Nick Ball +115, featherweights
  • David Adeleye -4000 vs. Chris Healey +1500, heavyweights
  • Tommy Fury -2200 vs. Daniel Bocianski +1100, light heavyweights

Viewing information

  • Date: April 23 | Start time: 2 p.m. ET (main event around 5 p.m. ET)
  • Location: Wembley Stadium — London
  • Stream: ESPN+ PPV | Price: $69.99


Whether he gets knocked out trying or eventually delivers the boom himself, Whyte has a decorated history against elite competition of getting inside and turning things into a fight. Given Fury’s pre-fight comments, it’s an inevitability he appears to accept, which is why his predictions have consistently been a knockout.  


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