Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte

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Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte
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Saturday, April 23, 2022
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Fan Cards: Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte


scorecard by MICKENOWNS
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by AJ KNIGHT
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by POWERPUNCHER999
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by LEARNFORME
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by AUMONIER
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by RUTHLESS-RKO
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by QUESTIONMARK
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by CHAMPION58
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by JAMIE.BAIN99
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by NF82
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by MBUCK
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by JOHNNYVEE13
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by GOLD
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by FELIPE
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by MACCHIADEAN
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by BLOODMONEY80
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by NOCTISSOLID
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by PETIEROACH
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by HAGLERGOAT
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by JB7
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by JAKAJAKA
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by DEANISBLIND
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by GOOSU
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by WILLSNOW_11
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by MRCHICKEN
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by VC1088
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by SCP23
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by TRRIG
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by STINGEV98
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by HARDCOREBOXINGGFAN
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by ALLYBLAACK
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by CJKELLY
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by JABRONIOUTFIT
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by METALHEAD123
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by CHAMPION97
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by LEO MASTER
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by TREY813
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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scorecard by JONTAM23
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TYSON FURY
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DILLIAN WHYTE
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Comments

charliemason's picture

I think Tyson Fury will be dominant here - throughly embarrassing Whyte bad, I see Tyson Fury playing brutal pinball with Whyte’s head. I think it will go 8-9 rounds of pure Fury domination, until Whyte’s corner stops the fight in the corner in between rounds, similiar to the Fury Chisora 2 fight a while back. Fury is just simply on another level to Whyte.

Gold's picture

Your last Fury prediction was one of the best I've seen for any fight. I agree this is a levels fight and I agree the Chisora II fight is a good reference point, though it should be said Whyte is taller and longer. In my view, it will only be close if Fury makes it harder than it needs to be. We'll see if either of us is right.

charliemason's picture

Good points about Whyte’s reach/size and Fury’s complacency. I do fear Fury will be complacent v Whyte, especially in the later rounds as the difference in level is pretty big.

I would personally be surprised if Whyte survived until round 8. Fury has had a significant length of time with Sugar Hill now to work on his come-forward, aggressive style. Whyte has a far worse chin than Wilder also, isn't as dangerous and isn't as athletic. Nor do I believe Whyte to have the warrior heart that Wilder possesses. Fury also won't be 20-months inactive as he was for the Wilder trilogy; he will be fresh and focused on Whyte.

I see a Fury stoppage inside 5 rounds in an utterly one-sided demolition job.

I was 1 round off with my prediction, not too bad.

Great performance from Fury, on the ball, fully focused at the task at hand, picture-perfect highlight reel uppercut to close the show. Whyte's performance was what I expected really; some fans are criticising his performance as poor but really I think that's the best he was ever going to do against someone so many levels above him like Tyson Fury.

Fury is simply the much better boxer and the physically stronger man. Whyte won fights by manhandling his opponents and imposing his size and strength on them, but he couldn't do that as the smaller man against 6'8, 265 lb Fury. In every single department, Whyte is the inferior man (apart from arguably raw punch power), so really, it was no surprise to see Whyte be absolutely outclassed and dominated from start to finish.

Well done Fury, I do hope he fights the winner of Usyk-Joshua II for undisputed, but I won't criticise him if he doesn't, he has had a great career regardless and there is no shame in retiring at the top on a high note with all his faculties intact, unlike guys like Roy Jones Jr, Mike Tyson etc who fought on way past their prime and ended up getting KO'd by guys they would have destroyed in their primes.

And beating a fellow Brit at Wembley in front of a record-breaking crowd of 94,000 on St. George's Day with a highlight reel KO is the perfect way to bow out.

Champion97's picture

Prediction.

Fury is better than Whyte in every department apart from power, Whyte can hurt him, but Fury recovers too fast for Whyte to take full advantage. I think for Whyte to have a shot, he needs a great performance, and he needs Fury to let himself down, the only hope for Whyte is how unreliable Fury is, Fury's best opponents haven't given him his hardest fights, he doesn't live the life, but Whyte doesn't either, and he comes off a year out. Fury can dominate Whyte by fighting a few dfferent ways, but I think he can be most dominant by boxing on the back foot, Whyte is better at fighting off the ropes than he is a pressure fighter, and Whyte is dangerous, especially with the left hook, Fury doesn't need to be in the pocket to do damage and break Whyte down. Whyte has little to no experience against southpaws, Fury would be wise to fight as a southpaw based on that and because southpaws are often more open for the right than the left, and Whyte's left is harder than his right, but Fury is predominately an orthodox. It will be interesting to see what Fury's tactics are. I think Fury is more motivated to be at his best against Whyte than in the third Wilder fight, but isn't as mentally prepared as in the Klitschko fight or second Wilder fight.

I think Fury will fight southpaw, will take centre ring in the early rounds, will look to back him up, Whyte will land the over hand right and hurt Fury, will try to follow up with body shots, but Fury will defend well, use the ring, and because his footwork is so much better, Whyte will have to push his feet to stay in range, will punch himself out, and Fury will respond by getting the centre of the ring back and establishing the left hand, Fury will be patient, back Whyte up behind the jab and left hand, and will be more varied as he starts to walk Whyte down, Whyte will struggle to find a second wind, will hold up well mentally on the ropes, but will miss with everything, Fury will close the gap after 6 rounds, and mall Whyte, he will land hard clean shots to head and body, Fury will punch himself out, but Whyte will be gassed as well, the tempo will drop, but Fury will still land clean shots in variety, will keep Whyte on the ropes, it will be him that gets a second wind, and will stop Whyte with accumulation.

I think Fury stops Whyte in 9 or 10 rounds, I wouldn't be surprised if this went the distance, but I'd be shocked if Whyte pulled it out. Fury is definitely wise to come in lighter than against Wilder, he's significantly stronger than Whyte, he doesn't meed to build on it, his stamina will be better than Whyte's in this fight, the lighter he is, the more consistently he'll be able to use the ring.

Jarod Killian's picture

Tyson Fury KO6

again this is another De La Hoya vs Campas, Mayweather Jr vs Berto sorta scenario. two real life friends one made it big the other not so much and so the one who made it big decided to hook up the little man. nothing wrong with that on a personal level but it still doesn't take away from a spectatorship perspective it's gonna suck.

Jarod Killian's picture

this is also Fury's 6th defence of the Lineal Heavyweight title the ONLY title that is remotely significant I guess you could say it is the toilet paper roll title. WBC is the shit puree title, WBA is the shit custard title still a bit more elaborate/ornate if you will but make no mistake about it IT IS shit nonetheless, IBF is like some mashed shit consistency of a title with some bits of corn and peanuts sprinkled in and WBO is bonafide outhouse shit complete with flies and maggots or fuck it you could make a case for the WBO belt to be at the septic tank level for all I care.

Pretty much a perfect prediction, well done!

Jarod Killian's picture

thanks man! btw, I don't think Fury is retiring. This is just a publicity stunt. How many times did Floyd Mayweather retire again? If I have to speculate, I say he lays low for the next couple of months only to come out of retirement in September to announce a big showdown boxing match with Ngannou. And yes, it will be a fully sanctioned 12 rounder not an exhibition (remember Mayweather vs McGregor). Then after that, he'll fight the winner of Mustache/AJ and then rematch that same fighter. Then after that he'll probably call it cause at that point there really isn't anything left for him I would say.

beaunuitmem's picture

Ngannou was talking about having that fight with 4oz gloves so not sure how it would work with regards to sanctioning.

Jarod Killian's picture

It will probably end up being regular boxing gloves. I don't see Ngannou having much if any negotiation leverage on this one. Boxing pays Porsche money while MMA pays Honda or Ford or whatever money. If he wants Porsche money then he has to pretty much accept the conditions. They'd be foolish not to host this in Las Vegas and it seems it'll be a marketing wet dream since both Fury and Ngannou are members of the Micky Mouse Club.

beaunuitmem's picture

100, even though Fury is out of contract with Mickey, point taken that he's Mickey's man. Ngannou mentioned 4oz gloves when he was in the ring on Saturday night and Fury was nodding along. I think it would work in Fury's favour with regards to marketing if they wore 4oz gloves because he can call it a 'hybrid' fight even though it won't make a jot of difference because Ngannou will struggle to hit him cleanly. The only way I can see it not being in Vegas would be if they received a massive a site fee from a middle eastern country trying to whitewash a genocide.
Depressing we have to discuss this at all really. Hopefully they can get Usyk Joshua on as quickly as possible and then global peer pressure can get Fury to fight the переможець before inactivity is too much of an issue.

Patheic showing for whyte

Champion97's picture

Great performance from Fury, he was at his best, was prepared and patient, he established his jab, easily used the ring and picked Whyte off, Whyte starting in southpaw didn't stop Fury getting his jab off, and it helped him establish the right hand earlier. Whyte tried to move his head, but Fury easily timed his head movement, his selection and variety were great, Whyte couldn't anticipate which shot was coming and couldn't find any openings. Whyte's only shots were to the body as Fury stepped back, but even then, he wasn't particularly accurate, Fury easily made him miss to the head, and Whyte took a lot out of himself by missing power shots. Whyte's biggest problem was that he couldn't pressure Fury at all, Fury was very comfortable on the back foot, Whyte was too far behind with the feet, to cut Fury off. Fury used his strength in the clinches, Whyte tried to unsettle him by fighting dirty, he angered him, but wasn't able to get away with it, and Fury's mentality didn't affect his performance whatsoever. Fury did damage to head and body with accurate, well timed single shots.

The right uppercut was great, Whyte hadn't improved his preparation for the uppercut from past fights, and Fury took full advantage. Fury set up the finish with the double jab, he brought Whyte's gloves up with the first jab, which brought his mind onto the jab, the second jab set up the right uppercut, Fury threw it to the left of Whyte's head, and shifted to his right to line up the uppercut, Whyte was trying to get inside Fury's reach with urgency, but wasn't expecting Fury to throw the uppercut off the jab, wasn't aware he was open to it at that point, he stepped in at the split second Fury threw the uppercut, and lunged onto his front foot, it was double impact shot, Fury couldn't have timed it better, Fury pushed Whyte over after landing the shot, but Whyte was already falling, Whyte did well to get up from the knock down, but he was finished.

Whyte should definitely retire, he has a lot of miles, has made a lot of money, fought the best, and he's as good as he'll get. I hope Fury keeps fighting, his era isn't over, if he doesn't fight for the other belts again, it's a missed opportunity, but he has proven he's a great fighter whether he retires or not.

Will o' the Wisp's picture

Fury was just too much for Dillian. With his height, skill, and intellect, I can only see Joshua and possibly Usyk beating him. Unlikely these fights will ever happen.

Yeah Dillian just isn't that good.