Tyson Fury: -600
Dillian Whyte: +450
Tyson Fury is the prototype for what a complete and dominant boxer in the heavyweight division is in 2022. He has it all – great technical boxing with his jabs, hooks, and body work, twelve round cardio that could easily stretch to fifteen if he needed to, elite foot work and gauge of distance. The now 33-year-old is in his fighting prime and has taken the boxing world by storm ever since his miraculous comeback from a dark place in his life to reclaim gold. Winning the WBC championship and vacant The Ring titles in an all-time great trilogy with Deontay Wilder. He now turns his attention to Dillian Whyte in a packed Wembley Stadium in front of sixty thousand screaming fans.
It is hard to imagine anyone in the heavyweight division stopping the train that is The Gypsy King. While I think Whyte is a rightful challenger to his championships, I do not think he is the one to hand Fury his first defeat. He has good power behind his hands and likes to invest into the bodywork early on but, it may very well be his conditioning and a back and forth fight that costs Whyte the chance to win this huge matchup. I expect Fury to start slow but pick up his aggressive pace as the rounds go on with pressure, body work, and combinations when Whyte is trying to cover up along the ropes. Fury will only gain more confidence and momentum as the fight progresses when Whyte is forced to slow down as he cannot match Fury’s style forever. I see a TKO finish or referee stoppage with Tyson Fury successfully defending his WBC and The Ring championships.
Prop: Tyson Fury Wins In round 7-12 (+150)