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Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte weigh-in LIVE: Latest updates as heavyweights hit scales before fight


🔴GO LIVE📺📱👉 Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Fight Live


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The pair face off in a long-awaited, all-British clash at Wembley Stadium this Saturday



Dillian Whyte: Tyson Fury ‘never knocked me out or dropped me’ in old sparring sessions


We are just a day away from a huge heavyweight title fight between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte, with the pair set to hit the scales


today ahead of tomorrow night’s blockbuster clash.


The bout sees Fury putting the WBC belt on the line at Wembley Stadium in front of 94,000 fans, in one of the biggest contests in the


history of British heavyweight boxing. Whyte (28-2, 19 knockouts) has waited a long time for a shot at world heavyweight glory, and it


finally arrives on the grandest stage as the Jamaican-born Londoner looks to become the first man to defeat Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs).


Whyte, 34, last competed in March 2021, knocking out Alexander Povetkin to avenge his own stoppage loss to the Russian from August


2020. As inactive as Whyte has been in the ring since, he has been similarly inactive outside of it, refusing to attend last month’s


first pre-fight press conference, electing to stay in Portugal to focus on his training for the bout instead.


The “Bodysnatcher” did attend the press conference on Wednesday of fight week, admitting he was “ready to swing” at Fury if things had


got heated, and the pair will go face to face again at today’s weigh-in.


Follow the Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte weigh-in, below.


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‘If this goes off, I’m ready to swing’: Dillian Whyte reveals mindset during Tyson Fury press conference


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Dillian Whyte can cause chaos against Tyson Fury and succeed where Deontay Wilder failed


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2 minutes ago MTK Global to ‘cease operations’ following Daniel Kinahan allegations


The boxing management company MTK Global is “to cease operations” by the end of the month following the sanctioning of its founder


Daniel Kinahan by the United States government.


Kinahan was last week named as the alleged leader of a cartel responsible for smuggling drugs into Europe and the US Drug Enforcement


Agency has offered rewards of up to £3.8 million for information leading to his arrest.


The Irishman, who has no criminal convictions and has always denied any wrongdoing, co-founded MTK Global, one of world boxing’s


biggest management companies with a stable of around 200 fighters, in 2012.


Kinahan appeared to cut ties with MTK Global in 2017, although Top Rank promoter Bob Arum has suggested in recent days that he was


still involved in the operations of the company.


Tyson Fury, who was listed on MTK Global’s website as one of its fighters, said on Tuesday that he had “absolutely zero” business with Kinahan.



MTK Global to ‘cease operations’ following Daniel Kinahan allegations


The boxing management company MTK Global is “to cease operations” by the end of the month following the sanctioning of its founder


Daniel Kinahan by the United States government.


Dillian Whyte lifts lid on Tyson Fury sparring sessions


Dillian Whyte has dismissed suggestions that he was knocked out or dropped by upcoming opponent Tyson Fury in old sparring sessions between the pair.


The British heavyweights will clash at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night, as Fury defends the WBC title against someone with whom he


is very familiar.


Fury, 33, and Whyte, 34, sparred with one another earlier in their careers, with Fury having said often in the build-up to Saturday’s


main event that he dominated his compatriot in those encounters.


“Tyson Fury’s never knocked me out and never dropped me,” Whyte told The Independent columnist Steve Bunce in an interview with BT


Sport this week.


“Ask him about the rest of the sparring. He’s never held his hands up and said: ‘I never knocked him down or dropped him or anything


like that.’ But I can hold my hands up and say: ‘Tyson Fury’s never knocked me out, knocked me down, or dropped me ever.’”



Dillian Whyte lifts lid on old sparring sessions with Tyson Fury


The former sparring partners will clash for the WBC heavyweight title at Wembley Stadium this week

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