Heavyweight Champion “King of Gypsy” Tyson Fury His fight is finally confirmed as he prepares to fight fellow Brit Dillian Whyte for the WBC heavyweight title at Wembley Stadium in London.
Tyson Fury, who came back to win first Deontay Wilder was set up to fight Anthony Joshua to win the unified title but AJ fought and lost Olexander Usyk in September 2021 and thus lost the belt.
This means the stage is set for Tyson Fury to fight Usky for the belts but negotiations broke down between AJ and Dillian Whyte for stepping aside a $1 million contract to Tyson Anger and Usky could go to war in June in Saudi Arabia.
With Anthony Joshua try to activate the rematch clause with Usyk and get my belt back in May, there is a high probability of winning AJ fight and fight Tyson Fury will lock up in December for the biggest unification fight in heavyweight history.
“Dillian sign the contract you got” Tyson Fury calls Dillan Whyte on deadline day
Dillian Whyte took his sweet time to sign the contract at the end of the deadline after he was Tyson Fury contract or move. With the fight confirmed in April at Wembley Stadium, the winner of the match will earn up to $150 million, which will also help Anger to become one of the highest paid athletes in the world if he rematches in December.
Anger who got back into the big ring when he came out of depression and addiction to begin his second phase in boxing, quickly becoming a heavyweight champion by beating the undefeated Wilder twice in a row. With his vision set on Whyte next, he definitely finds himself fighting the winner AJ and Usyk in December.
With UFC Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou out of contract with UFC and is not looking to sign a new one after earning $600k in his most recent fight against Cyril Ganethe two juggernauts are definitely interested in fighting each other as Tyson Fury looks to 2023 for the big fight happening that will honestly be hyped like Conor vs Khabib Fight.
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