- Tyson Fury faces off against Dillian Whyte in what he claims will be his final fight.
- Fury, who is undefeated, has -650 odds to beat Whyte and claim his 32nd win.
- The most likely outcome according to sportsbooks is a Fury win by KO/TKO, at -160 odds.
LONDON – Legendary boxer Tyson Fury will defend his WBC Heavyweight Championship against Dillian Whyte on Saturday.
Fury, whose return to boxing after several years off yielded big wins over Deontay Wilder and a fully rejuvenated career, claims the fight will be his last.
“I’m walking away,” said Fury. ”I have nothing to prove to nobody. I’ve done what I had to do. That’s it. Win, lose, or draw on Saturday night, we put up a good fight and we go home. That’s it.”
The online sportsbooks consider a win the most likely of the possible outcomes for Fury, by a significant margin.
Tyson Fury Vs. Dillian Whyte Odds
- Tyson Fury -650
- Dillian Whyte +415
Fury, who has never lost a fight, has a chance to retire undefeated if he manages to take down Whyte on Saturday.
Fury’s trainer, SugarHill Steward, says that Fury will be aiming for a knockout when fighting against Whyte.
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“That mentality is ‘knockout’” said Steward. “Simple as that, it’s knockout time. Do what you can to watch your opponent, make him make a mistake, watch him make a mistake, catch him, get the knockout.”
Fury Vs. Whyte – Fight Outcome Odds
- Tyson Fury – By KO, TKO Or DQ -160
- Dillian Whyte – By KO, TKO Or DQ +500
- Tyson Fury – By Decision Or Technical Decision +225
- Dillian Whyte – By Decision Or Technical Decision +2200
- Draw +2800
The boxing sportsbooks seem to have taken this to heart, with Fury by KO/TKO/DQ being the leading contender on the fight outcome odds boards.
Fury himself was more sanguine about how the fight could go for him.
“Same old business as usual for me,” said Furry. “Give it everything I’ve got, give it me all, and fight on until I can’t fight anymore. Victorious or not, you’re going to see a very good fight.”
The matchup between Fury and Whyte may be slanted in Fury’s favor by the sportsbooks, but this could be the last chance the betting public gets to wager on Tyson Fury – a bet that has never failed to pay off.
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