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The late money that comes for Fury or Whyte may impact the odds, but, at the time of writing, the prices taken from the Caesars Sportsbook and detailed below are correct.
Fury and Whyte have a long-running feud that goes back to the early stages of their careers. Whyte has been the number one challenger for a few seasons now and was expected to get the rematch with AJ, but his loss to Usyk threw a spanner in the works. That led to Fury giving Whyte the chance he had been waiting for and – seeming sympathetic to the plight of his opponent – promised to help bring his wait to an end by knocking him out in brutal fashion.
Tyson is the champion with a proud unbeaten record and only one draw on his card. The spare came against Deontay Wilder in the pair’s first fight of three, and it was a highly controversial split decision draw on a night when most thought the Englishman had done enough to win. Tyson strongly believed he had the beating of the Bronze Bomber, and he showed it by twice stopping him to firstly win his title and then successfully defend it. Fury is once again champion of the world, and there are some huge fights in the pipeline.
If Tyson wants to share a ring with Usyk or AJ in a unification bout, he must defeat Whyte and do it in style. Any controversy over the decision here would pave the way for a rematch and set a unification fight back at least a year. But we don’t expect that to happen. We are backing Fury to get the job done and win on points. The champion is a more technical boxer who can control fights with his jab. He doesn’t get caught with his back against the ropes too often, and that’s where Dillian gets most of his success, backing opponents up and punishing the body.
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As you can see from the betting odds posted above, Fury is the favourite to win this contest and has the shortest odds. As a bettor and boxing fan, you now have a choice to make. You can bet on the favourite and increase your stake in the hope of getting a higher return, or you can take a chance on the outsider, backing Whyte for an upset win or the draw at a big price. Remember, we have already seen Joshua lose his titles to Usyk. Could Fury drop his WBC strap to Whyte?
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There isn’t too much joy to be had in backing Fury in the fight winner market, so we aim a little higher and play the method of victory. His height and reach advantage will encourage the champ to keep this fight at distance, and he’ll refuse to engage with Dillian until the time is right. As the rounds go on, Whyte will grow increasingly desperate and start to take more gambles, making more mistakes. A bet on Whyte to win on points is the smart play here.
Whyte is a good fight and effective at what he does. He has shown us many times in the past that he possesses the power to knockout opponents and will be dangerous throughout this bout. When he’s on top, he will have a chance to KO Fury if he can pin him in one place. When he’s under pressure, he’ll also be dangerous with a big counter. Keep your eyes on this one, as it could change in the blink of an eye.
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|Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Information|
|Fight||Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte|
|Promoter||Queensberry and Top Rank|
|Location||Wembley Stadium, England|
|Date and Time||Saturday 23 April, 20:00 EST|
|How to watch||Live on BT Sport|
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