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Lee Trundle 2:09 Fri Apr 22
Fury vs Whyte
Who wins?

I like Whyte who is well overdue this chance, but a routine win for Fury, surely?


Takes place on Saturday, April 23
Record crowd for a European fight of 94,000 at Wembley Stadium
The undercard action starts from 6pm
Fury vs Whyte ring walks are confirmed to start at 9.45pm
The first bell for the main event will be no later than 10.10pm

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Council Scum 7:11 Mon Apr 25
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Was never gonna pay the money they wanted to watch it live, glad I didn't.

Whyte needs to just wipe his mouth and move, not a good look right now.

british is best 6:55 Mon Apr 25
Re: Fury vs Whyte
The modern day heavyweights carry too much weight . 18stone is perfect for 6/9 Tyson fury he can carry it . Whyte is 6 4 same as Holmes foreman Lewis etc Holmes and foreman were both sub 16 stone at their peak. Lennox was always at his best at no more than 245 . When look look at the flab on Whyte he could make 230 easy .

Lee Trundle 5:59 Mon Apr 25
Re: Fury vs Whyte
His head barely touched the canvas. Nowhere near enough to give him those wobbly legs he had.

He got his arse handed to him on a plate by Fury, the whole fight.

Pentonville 5:53 Mon Apr 25
Re: Fury vs Whyte
I see Whyte is saying today that the uppercut buzzed him but Fury pushed him over with 2 hands and he hit his head on canvas and Ref should have given him more time to recover.

LongTimeUser 5:18 Mon Apr 25
Re: Fury vs Whyte
I hope Whyte retires and enjoys his life now.
He seems like a nice fella when I've seen him interviewed, pretty funny and more intelligent than you might think.

But I think Sold0 got it about right with the car park analogy

tanman 3:45 Mon Apr 25
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Been sky Plussing the Ali series but not got round to watching them yet.

Northern Sold 2:49 Mon Apr 25
Re: Fury vs Whyte
It’s only after watching the quite brilliant Ken Burns 8 part documentary on Muhammad Ali that I realised that today’s heavyweights don’t hold a candle to those oldies… I mean Dylian Whyte?? Watching him on Saturday night was like watching a pissed up bloke brawling in a car park at 1am… it was boring as shit and at times laughable… yeah Fury is a good technician and maybe could have coped but there it ain’t fuck all else around that would have held a light to those old boys… anyway if you into your boxing have a watch of the series… you will not be disappointed.

Hermit Road 3:10 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
“ In 2015 Joshua decked Whyte with an uppercut to win and seven years later Fury does the same thing.”


Lot being made of Fury doing the same as Joshua and Provetkin. Massive difference though in the trouble Whyte gave those two before getting knocked out versus the complete ease of Fury’s victory. What you saw last night was a complete masterclass by a man at the top of his game

Swiss. 2:45 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
terry-h 11:25 Sun Apr 24

Well it wasn't TERRY Marsh.

, 2:19 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
In 2015 Joshua decked Whyte with an uppercut to win and seven years later Fury does the same thing.

wd40 12:21 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Terry.

terry-h 11:25 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Takashi Miike 12:52
I see you are a fan of Frank Warren. Was the guy who shot him ever found?

british is best 6:48 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Whyte came in far too heavy . To have any chance against fury you need to able to slip the jab carrying 18 stone it was never happening .

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:42 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Fury says he couldn't spend his £100m if he tried, so he doesn't need the dosh.

Possibly true, but he is about to have his 7th kid and I bet they could get through £14m each without much trouble.

Irrespective of that, Fury is a genuine boxing fan and will be unable to resist a unification bout and the £50m it would bring him.

BRANDED 2:15 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Sure. There’s a value to it but it starts with believing you can win a fight.

If I was as wealthy as him I’d give up now and enjoy life.

Pagey 2:09 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Of course they fight for money! Regardless of how many millions they already have.

BRANDED 2:06 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
When you have gazillions of quids why would you fight unless its pride?

No way would you fight for money

Capitol Man 1:57 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Any decent links to highlights or the ko?

zebthecat 1:45 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Fury kept Whyte off so easily but it was a bloody dull fight.
Great final punch though but Povetkin's was better.

Pagey 1:41 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Fury was in complete control throughout and Whyte couldn’t get close, understandably so. A step too far for Whyte and he seemed happy enough to turn up and get a big pay day.

The only real fight left in the division is Fury vs Usyk and I think it will happen. The money available will be too much for Fury to turn down.

Fury vs Joshua would create obvious interest but it would be totally one-sided. Joshua has had a major result in his career, been managed brilliantly and earned a ridiculous amount of money despite his limitations.

Side of Ham 1:07 Sun Apr 24
Re: Fury vs Whyte
Anytime I’ve heard Lennox speak on the radio I’ve thought it was Andy Townsend….did Lennox spend some time in Ireland?

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