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Frank Warren endorses Tyson Fury to ‘do a job’ on Dillian Whyte if his WBC title fight goes ahead

Frank Warren is backing Tyson Fury to ‘do a job’ on Dillian Whyte if his promised WBC title fight goes ahead next year when the Gypsy King beat Derek Chisora ​​in a better way than the Body Thief.

  • Tyson Fury’s next challenge is expected to be British boxer Dillian Whyte in 2022.
  • Eddie Hearn has promised Body Snatcher a shot at the WBC title next spring
  • Fury’s promoter Frank Warren has predicted his client will ‘do a job’ on Whyte
  • Warren claims Gypsy King beat Derek Chisora ​​more convincingly than Whyte


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Tyson Fury promoter Frank Warren has backed the Gypsy King to “do a job” on Dillian Whyte if their promised fight continues next year.

Fresh off Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight last month, Fury’s next challenge is believed to be against Body Snatcher, with Matchroom boxing promoter Eddie Hearn promising the Brixton boxer a shot at the WBC title. .

Whyte, meanwhile, hasn’t fought since March this year when he defeated Alexander Povetkin in a rematch, but Warren has based his prediction on how both fighters beat Derek Chisora ​​throughout their careers.

Frank Warren (left) has predicted that his client Tyson Fury (right) will do a job at Dillian Whyte

Frank Warren (left) has predicted that his client Tyson Fury (right) will do a job at Dillian Whyte

Eddie Hearn (right) promised Whyte (left) a WBC title shot against Fury next year

Eddie Hearn (right) promised Whyte (left) a WBC title shot against Fury next year

Eddie Hearn (right) promised Whyte (left) a WBC title shot against Fury next year

The Body Snatcher beat Chisora ​​twice, in 2016 and 2018, while Fury took the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles over his British teammates in 2011.

“ I think she will do a job with him, ” Warren said. iFL TV. ‘I just look at the line on the form. I watch Dillian Whyte fight Derek Chisora ​​twice. I think in the first fight Chisora ​​cut him off, but the decision was given to Dillian.

In the second fight, Derek was winning that fight until Dillian pulled out the bag and did what he had to do, which was a good ending and he did.

Then I look at what Tyson did with Derek Chisora. I mean, that was a better Derek Chisora. That was a younger Derek Chisora. For me, Derek didn’t win a second of any round.

Warren based his claims on how Whyte (right) beat Derek Chisora ​​(left) twice in 2016 and 2018.

Warren based his claims on how Whyte (right) beat Derek Chisora ​​(left) twice in 2016 and 2018.

Warren based his claims on how Whyte (right) beat Derek Chisora ​​(left) twice in 2016 and 2018.

Fury (right) defeated Chisora ​​(right) for the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles in 2011

Fury (right) defeated Chisora ​​(right) for the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles in 2011

Fury (right) defeated Chisora ​​(right) for the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles in 2011

“ Going into that fight, I imagined Derek would give him a real problem and I imagined Derek could beat him, but Tyson did an absolute job with him. ”

Meanwhile, Whyte has warned Warren and Fury’s American promoter Bob Arum that he expects a massive bidding war for promotional rights if his promised fight with the Gypsy King continues next spring.

Whyte expresses his’ gratitude ‘for Hearn’s efforts in promising him the fight and’ a sense of loyalty ‘but adds:’ I have to put myself first when it comes to the fight I’ve wanted all my life.

‘I can’t let a television network get in the way of my opportunity to prove myself against the champion who is now called the world’s greatest heavyweight. The chance to become The Man. It all depends on who gets the most money. ‘

Fury (right) just returned from his trilogy win over Deontay Wilder (left) last month.

Fury (right) just returned from his trilogy win over Deontay Wilder (left) last month.

Fury (right) just returned from his trilogy win over Deontay Wilder (left) last month.

Before Whyte’s claims, Hearn said: ‘Dillian has waited a long time for his mandatory vaccine and we will do everything we can to help him.

‘We hope to enter into negotiations in November. If Arum and ESPN make a great offer to Dillian that is acceptable to him, we at Matchroom would give him our full support.

‘If not, it will go to massive tenders because this is a great fight for Britain and great all over the world. We can expect revenue of around £ 35 million from pay-per-view in the UK.

Tyson is believed to want a homecoming fight in Britain after a few years of campaigning in the US and this one would fill Wembley in late March or early April. Or Old Trafford if that’s your preference.

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