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Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte full results: Fury knocks out Whyte

November 7, 2022

If Tyson Fury follows through on his intention to retire, the final punch of his career may wind up being his best.


Fury hit an oncoming Dillian Whyte with a stiff jab and immediately followed it with a blazing right uppercut. The right landed on the point of the chin and Whyte was immediately out cold, doing a dead fall backward.

Tyson Fury-Dillian Whyte main card results

Heavyweight: Tyson Fury def. Dillian Whyte by TKO at 2:59 of Round 6


Welterweight: Ekow Essuman def. Darren Tetley by unanimous decision


Featherweight: Nick Ball def. Isaac Lowe by TKO at 1:45 of Round 6


Heavyweight: David Adeleye def. Chris Healey by TKO at 0:52 of Round 4


Light heavyweight: Tommy Fury def. Daniel Bocianski by unanimous decision


Tyson Fury-Dillian Whyte undercard results

Light Heavyweight: Karol Itauma def. Michael Ciach by KO in Round 2


Super featherweight: Royston Barney-Smith def. Constantin Radio by unanimous decision


The first instinct upon hearing Tyson Fury say he plans to retire after Saturday’s defense of his WBC and lineal heavyweight titles against Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium in London was to laugh and say, “Yeah, right.”


I’ve heard it all before, and you have, too, if you’ve ever paid even a modicum of attention to the sport. Fighters say they’re going to retire all the time and the vast majority of them keep on fighting for years after they say that.


It happens for a variety of reasons. A lot of times, it’s emotional. Training camp takes a lot out of them and they are concerned about the fight coming up.


Sometimes, it’s for strategic reasons. Threatening to retire can sometimes make things happen contract-wise that are beneficial.


Fury, though, is wired differently. And he’s blunt enough and outspoken enough and charismatic enough that if he felt slighted, he’d speak out. Lord only knows Fury is skilled at using the bully pulpit.


If Fury-Whyte is drawing 94,000 fans and expectations are that the British PPV could hit 2 million, a Fury-Joshua fight for heavyweight supremacy would dwarf those figures. It would almost be a license to print money. And while the U.S. pay-per-view figures from Fury-Whyte figure to be modest, they would be massive for Fury-Joshua or Fury-Usyk in the U.S. for an undisputed title fight.


It’s no stretch to suggest Fury could make $100 million, if not substantially more, on such a bout.

Fury sat down with Adam Smith for a brief chat on Top Rank’s YouTube channel, and he ruled out money as a reason to stick around.

That’s not quite Whyte


Dillian Whyte has accused Tyson Fury of using an “illegal” push during his sold out fight on Saturday.


And the Body Snatcher has slammed referee Mark Lyson for allowing it to happen.


Whyte said: “The uppercut landed, I was buzzed, but when I was trying to regather my senses he proper, full on pushed me like that.


“I fell over and hit my head on the canvas, which is illegal, this is not wrestling, this is boxing.

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“But I should have been allowed extra time to recover and then carried on fighting.


“Then he pushed me and went to the referee, ‘Don’t let the fight carry on’. It’s like the referee ain’t doing his job.


“It wasn’t like one-armed, he two-handed pushed me, I fell over and hit my head. Terrible job from the referee there.

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