Tyson Fury has stated his plan for his next five fights, and Dillian Whyte has reacted to this announcement
Tyson Fury has been outspoken this week in press conferences with both The Overlap and BT Sports. He has spoken out on his view of Anthony Joshua and Eddie Hearn, but today Tyson Fury has outlined a potential five fight list for the years 2021 and 2022.
On the list he has stated, the trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder is first on October 9th. But, the second fight on the agenda is an all British encounter, in a UK stadium, against Dillian Whyte. With this fight taking place sometime in December. As long as Fury defeats Wilder, that is.
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The third and fourth fight would be a two fight deal against Anthony Joshua, with one of them being held in Saudi Arabia, and the other fight at Wembley. The final fight on the shortlist is another trilogy fight, but this time would be against Derek Chisora.
Dillian Whyte, on the announcement of this has taken to Instagram and Twitter and had some choice words for the reigning WBC Champion. This fight would be a mega blockbuster for the UK boxing fans with Fury not fighting in the UK since his win over Francesco Pianeta in August 2018, in Belfast.
But all this means nothing, if Deontay Wilder wins the trilogy fight.
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