Tommy Fury – Tyson Fury’s younger brother, he was also a professional boxer before taking a break from his boxing career in 2019 to star in the ITV2 dating reality show Love Island.
Before his brother’s last professional fight, Tommy provoked Whyte on SunSport: “For me, this bout was a nice ride home for Tyson, I don’t think it’s going to last more than six rounds.
Whyte is just a big guy who can punch each other. Whyte is not fast, he himself is not very agile, nor does he really move his head much.”
“Tyson is simply superior to Whyte at all. Whyte came here and tried to put out his best hits. But even so it is not enough. Especially if Tyson gets into this fight the way he does in the practice room, Dillian Whyte can only pray,” Tommy unleashed a psychological blow before the match.
Tommy even reiterated his opponent’s pain when he thought that Anthony Joshua would bring more challenges to Tyson. Before that, Dillian Whyte was unexpectedly knocked out by Anthony Joshua in 2015, making Whyte’s title race much more distant.
Currently, Tyson Fury is considered the best heavyweight boxer, ranking above heavyweights like Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder or even Oleksandr Usyk. During his professional career, Tyson has never lost a match, after 32 fights he won 31 fights and drew 1 match, including 22 wins by knockout.
As for Dillian Whyte, the Jamaican-born puncher also has impressive stats when after 30 fights Whyte won 28 matches and lost 2 matches. Including 19 knockouts. He is hungry for the title more than ever as he has been waiting for this title fight since 2017.
The match between Tyson Fury “The Gypsy King” – who holds the WBC belt and Dillian Whyte “The Villain” – a formidable challenger.