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Jason Quigley expects explosive Fury v Whyte battle

| 22.04.2022

WBC champion Tyson Fury meets Dillian Whyte in a heavyweight battle at Wembley where an expected crowd of 94,000 would set a post-war British attendance record.

Fury has repeatedly claimed this will be the last fight of his career and he is the 1/6 favourite to go out on a high, while manadatory challenger White is the 4/1 underdog.

Jason Quigley told us how he thought Saturday’s showdown will go and picked out a 14/1 shot for what could be an explosive night.

Wembley thriller in prospect

Tyson Fury versus Dillian Whyte promises to be a very exciting fight. With 94,000 tickets sold it is going to be one of the biggest boxing events ever staged at Wembley Stadium.

I think it’s going to be a great fight. Tyson Fury is the king at the minute. Nobody can touch him. He looks unbeatable.

Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte

Yet the one thing about professional boxing, especially involving heavyweights, is that one shot can change it all.

So Tyson will need to be on his game. He can’t afford to lose concentration at any point because Dillian Whyte can punch and he can punch hard, especially with the big left hook he has.

But I think Tyson Fury is going to be far too smart. He is going to be too big, too strong, too elusive.

I can see Tyson Fury winning this fight with a late stoppage, and I think round ten is when he can do it.

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