Dillian Whyte Reveals Sparring Tyson Fury Session – I Bashed Him About
Top British Contender Dillian Whyte isn’t among those to brag about his accomplishments during sparring but somehow, The WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has given him no choice but to spill out what really happen during their infamous sparring sessions.
Whyte has been the mandatory challenger to the WBC heavyweight title for at least two years since defeating Oscar Rivas at the O2 in London and is presently in line to face Fury, who is presently contracted to face Deontay Wilder in a trilogy or any one with the title by 2021.
“Well, me and Tyson Fury sparred, and I bashed him about and I dropped him on multiple occasions,” Whyte told Sky Sports in an interview that aired Friday. “It’s as simple as that. You know, he wants to sit around, talking this and saying that. But if I’m such an easy fight, why is he not in any rush to fight me? He said before beating Wilder, ‘When I beat Wilder, I’m gonna give Dillian Whyte his title shot after beating Wilder.’ He just talks rubbish. I’m just sick and tired.”
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Dillian Whyte will be hoping to get his title shot as soon as possible after he successfully takes out former WBA Heavyweight champion Alexander Povetkin, who is due to face him in July. The meeting with Fury will should be the next fight sanctioned by the WBC, if Fury doesn’t skip Whyte to a unification fight with Unified heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.
“Like I’ve said, credit to [Fury] on all the mental health stuff and all of that,” Whyte said. “You know, credit really due. He’s done a great job. He’s inspired a lot of people and stuff like that. But this here with boxing, I’m not gonna sit here and play the sympathy card. … He’s got the belt. I wanna fight him. So, I don’t care about all of that. This is war. Let’s go.”
Whyte has since been reluctant to let out, what actually happened during his sparring with Fury, who dropped Wilder twice en route to a seventh round stoppage victory in February at the MGM Grand Arena.
“Tyson Fury can tell you guys,” Whyte said. “I’m not one for going around, shouting sparring stories. But Tyson Fury can tell you guys what happened. But I’m not one that’s, ‘Oh, I’ve done this. I’ve done that. I’ve done this.’ Listen, you know, but he’s the one who come out and said he beat me up in the gym and stuff like that. I can tell you now, that didn’t happen. You know, that didn’t happen. You know, I don’t like telling sparring stories. But people in the grapevine know. People in the game know. They know about me.”
There has been huge calls for a big unification fight between Tyson Fury and IBF , IBO WBA WBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua which presently represents one of the biggest fights to make in the UK at the moment. If that is to happen them, Whyte might be delayed a little longer than expected in getting his desired shot.