EXCLUSIVE! Dillian Whyte on Wilder/Fury 2, Andy Ruiz Jr, Alexander Povetkin & his WBC status

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Dillian Whyte sits down to discuss his next fight against Alexander Povetkin, his mandatory status and his prediction for Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury.
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In This Story: Dillian Whyte

Dillian Whyte is a British professional boxer, and former kickboxer and mixed martial artist. He has held the WBC interim heavyweight title since July 2019 as well as multiple regional heavyweight titles, including the British title from 2016 to 2017. He has lost twice, to Britain’s Anthony Joshua, and to Alexander Povetkin in September 2020.

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  • In This Story: Tyson Fury

    Tyson Fury is a heavyweight boxer, current lineal champion of the World, and WBC Heavyweight Champion of the World.

    He fought Deontay Wilder, with whom he drew in December 2018, for the WBC World Title on 22 February 2020, in a fight billed Wilder Fury 2. Fury won by TKO in Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Arena, after a dominant display.

    He is the holder of the Ring Title, the Linear Champion and the WBC World Champion, all at heavyweight.

    Fury weighed in at 19st 7lbs, for the Wilder rematch, and stands at 6’9″ tall. He lives in Morecambe, England.

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