Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte is less than a week away with Gypsy King’s WBC heavyweight title on the line.
Telegraph Sport takes you through all the key details you’ll need ahead of the British blockbuster clash at Wembley on Saturday 23rd April.
Fury says retirement is not on his mind ahead of the world heavyweight title fight with Whyte.
The all-British contest was announced in February and although 94,000 tickets have since been sold for the Wembley Stadium clash, questions remain over whether Fury’s opponent will appear after failing to appear at a press event last month.
He saw Fury take control of a press conference in which he admitted that this upcoming fight may be his last, but the WBC belt holder shrugged off that talk before Whyte appeared on the virtual press call and explained his reasons behind the silence of the radio.
Fury said: “I’m just thinking about Dillian Whyte right now, I’m not thinking about retiring. All of that will come after we’ve had the fight and we’ll think about what’s to come, what’s in the future for me.”
“Right now I have a huge task on Dillian. A lot of people are underestimating Dillian Whyte, but I’m not.
“I give the kid all the respect he deserves throughout training camp, I’ve been training since January, breaking all the records in the gym, so I feel good, I look good. I’m not underestimating this kid and he I’ve given the respect I did for Deontay Wilder.”