Via Scott Gilfoid: Tyson Fury will likely join his version of Waterloo this Saturday night, about to taste defeat for the first time at the hands of faster, stronger Dillian Whyte.
Dillian has the strength, speed, chin and, more importantly, the fitness needed to push Fury into his first loss of his career on Saturday night.
Given the way Fury has transformed his fighting style over the past three years, turning into a fighter, thanks to his American trainer Sugarhill Stewardhe’ll be fighting Whyte’s style on Saturday night.
Stewart has created the perfect style for Whyte to rise above. The old style Fury had with him as he roamed the ring would be a nightmare for Dillian, but it’s too late for ‘The Gypsy King’ to be back to the way it was.
He’s gained too much weight, and he’s not young enough to fight the way he used to. Fury is fat and slow, an easy marker for Whyte’s powerful left hook.
Dillian is going to be strangely rich
Whyte wanted this victory so badly he could taste it. All that money will be poured into his bank account once he kills Fury. You can’t even imagine. The momentum is there for Whyte.
Be truth. Fury is already fat and rich with an estimated net worth of $30 millionaccording to Celebrity Net Worth.
In contrast, Whyte’s net worth is 1 million dollars. By this time next year, Whyte’s net worth could be 10 times what it is now, and he could be well on his way to equalizing what Fury has made.
Don’t you think that’s the driving force for Dillian? Once he hits Fury, Whyte’s bank account will be filled with that sweet cash, especially after he faces the winner of the Anthony Joshua vs. Oleksandr Usyk 2.
Fury both dodged a bullet in his final bout and was knocked out TWICE by Deontay Wilder, and some thought he was long overdue to save him from the knockout stages.
The The gap is definitely there with WBC heavyweight champion Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs). He was basically knocked out in his first game against Deontay Wilder in 2018.
Really, it was clearly a fight that should have stopped in round 12 when Deontay took down Fury with a nice left-right combo to head.
He [Whyte] definitely showed a white flag today,” Fury told media. “All this social media stuff, ‘I don’t promote war, I don’t participate in mind games. He gave me so much more confidence, it was unbelievable.
“He was very scared. He’s definitely raising a white flag in my predictions for this fight.
“The way he is going on about it, saying he doesn’t want to face. Of course, he didn’t, because he would see that fire in my eyes.
“That’s it, it’s the fear, it’s the horror. That’s all of the above and I don’t blame him for not being here today.”