Following Dillian Whyte finally breaking his silence this week ahead, Whyte was part of a media call yesterday evening with Tyson Fury and promoters Bob Arum and Frank Warren talking about the big fight.
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Warren, who had previously frustrated by Whyte's lack of promotion for the bout, opened the call stating "I know earlier on he's been uncooperative, but hopefully we've now managed to sort those issues out and he will participate in helping the media and everybody leading up to the fight."
World champion Tyson Fury entered giving his always inspirational quotes, claiming that 'he's been put down all his life.'
Fury goes on to say "It was only right for me to come back home and give the British fight fans what they deserve, what everyone's been gunning for for a long time. After this fight they're going to make me the patron saint of England, not St George,"
Whyte's response was clear, claiming that "It's not the Tyson Fury show, it's the Tyson Fury AND Dillian Whyte show, I don't dance to no ones tune, we can dance together."
Fury vs Whyte takes place on St Georges Day, Saturday 23rd of April at Wembley Stadium, and will be broadcast live on BT Sport Box Office.