Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte is lower than two weeks away with the Gypsy King’s WBC heavyweight title on the road.
Telegraph Sport takes you thru all the important thing particulars you’ll need forward of the all-British blockbuster conflict at Wembley on April 23.
Fury says retirement isn’t on his thoughts forward of the world heavyweight title struggle with Whyte.
The all-British contest was introduced in February and whereas 94,000 tickets have since been offered for the Wembley Stadium conflict, doubts lingered over whether or not Fury’s opponent would flip up after a no-show at a media occasion final month.
It noticed Fury taking management of a press convention the place he admitted this upcoming struggle could also be his final, however the WBC-belt holder performed down that discuss earlier than Whyte appeared on the digital press name and defined his motives behind the radio silence.
Fury mentioned: “I’m solely enthusiastic about Dillian Whyte at this second, I’m not enthusiastic about retirement. That will all come after I’ve had the struggle and we are going to take into consideration what’s to come back, what the longer term holds for me.
“At the minute I’ve an enormous activity in Dillian. Lots of people are underestimating Dillian Whyte – however not me.
“I give the guy all the respect he deserves throughout the training camp, I have been training since January, breaking all records in the gym, so I am feeling good, looking good. I am not underestimating this guy and have given him the respect I did for Deontay Wilder.”