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Tyson Fury Vs Dillian Whyte: Ultimate Odds Guide


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The biggest domestic heavyweight showdown in recent history is almost here, so we're here to give you the breakdown of all the action surrounding Fury Vs Whyte.

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Tyson Fury To Win in Rounds 10 to 12 - 9/2

Though Fury has often been characterised as a largely defensive fighter, and one of the few true boxing technicians in the heavyweight class, the Gypsy King demonstrated an impressive killer instinct in his last two fights with heavyweight rival Deontay Wilder.

Though Tyson may not employ the same bull-rushing knockout seeking style as heavyweight destroyers of years past, the reigning WBC Heavyweight Champion has found an effective way of frustrating his opponents with his sheer size and evasiveness, before turning up the pressure once his opponent has begun to fatigue.

Fury's training partner Joseph Parker previously employed a similar strategy against Whyte when the two fought back in 2018, and whilst Whyte did show signs of fatigue, Parker was unable to bring the fight to an immediate end.

However, with the greatest respect intended, Tyson Fury is not Joseph Parker when it comes to killer instinct. Should Whyte find himself showing signs of fatigue in the championship rounds, Fury will absolutely look to turn on the pressure and cement his legacy with a late KO victory.

Dillian Whyte to win by KO - 6/1

Despite long being recognised as one of the world's elite heavyweights, Saturday's main event will mark the first time that The Body Snatcher will get his opportunity to compete for a piece of the World Heavyweight Championship.

When it comes to the physical intangibles Whyte unsurprisingly finds himself at a disadvantage against the towering Fury, and it will be interesting to see if he elects to weigh in on the larger side in an attempt to prevent Fury from utilising his size advantage to bully him on the inside.

Ultimately, while Whyte's path to victory isn't likely to come from him getting the better of the Gypsy King by way of the judges' scorecards, he certainly does have the knockout power to dispatch any fighter currently active in the heavyweight class.

Despite his defensive abilities, Fury is hittable as evidenced in the first and third Wilder fights, and with Whyte's style, it stands to reason that he will be able to connect with his damaging shots at some point during the contest.

However, will he be able to effectively maintain pressure against a champion who has demonstrated repeatedly an uncanny ability to recover in the face of danger? We will find out next week.

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