Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte will fight at Wembley Stadium on April 23 for the WBC heavyweight championship; both fighters finally signed their contracts for the bout last week after protracted negotiations.
The British duo will meet at Wembley on April 23, live on BT Box Office, with Fury defending his WBC belt against Whyte.
During his rise to becoming world champion, Fury had been more renowned for his boxing skills than power, but successive knockout victories over Deontay Wilder have proven he is capable of winning in various ways.
A factor in Fury’s more aggressive style against Wilder was that he weighed in at a career-high 273 pounds for their most recent fight, and he has vowed to tip the scales at an even higher number when he m
“I’m going to try and come in the heaviest I’ve ever been,” Fury told Sky Sports News. “Biggest fight – so I’m going to be the heaviest, strongest, fittest, more aggressive than I’ve ever been.
“I’m looking for the knockout. No secret, there’s no point in me lying about game-plans. What I’m going to do, is I’m going to come straight to the centre of the ring, back him up and land big heavy punches on him until he’s knocked out.”