Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte: Time, venue, purse, card, betting odds & more

Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte are fighting Saturday in a heavyweight clash for multiple heavyweight titles. Here’s all the information you need to know before the highly anticipated boxing match.

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Record31-0-1, 22 KO28-2-0, 19 KO
Titles2X World Heavyweight Champion, holds the WBC and The Ring Magazine Titles. Former Unified WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO and The Ring ChampionCurrent WBC Interim Heavyweight Champion, Former BIKMA British Super-Heavyweight & European K1 Kickboxing Champion
Height6 ft 9 in (206 cm)6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
Reach85 in (216 cm)78 in (198 cm)
Nickname(s)The Gypsy KingThe Villain
The Body Snatcher
BornWythenshawe, Manchester, EnglandPort Antonio, Portland,


Fury will earn approximately $29.5 million (£22m) while Whyte will receive approximately $7.4 million (£5.5m)

The winner of the fight and the winner of the fight earns an additional $4.1 million bonus (£3.1m)

Frank Warren won the purse bid for the fight putting in a record bid for $41,025,000 (£31 million), edging out Matchroom’s Eddie Hearn’s for $32,222,222 (£24 million).


  • Tyson Fury (-650) vs. Dillian Whyte (+415) | WBC and Ring Magazine World Heavyweight Titles
  • Anthony Cacace (-900) vs. Jhonatan Romero (+500) | Super Featherweight
  • Isaac Lowe (-145) vs. Nick Ball (+110) | Featherweight
  • David Adeleye (-6600) vs. Chris Healey (+1100) | Heavyweight
  • Tommy Fury (-2500) vs. Daniel Bocianski (+825) | Light Heavyweight
  • Karol Itauma (-6600) vs. Michal Ciach (+1400) | Light Heavyweight
  • Royston Barney Smith (-6600) vs. Constantin Radoi (+1500) | Super Featherweight

Odds provided by Bovada Sports Book


From Wikipedia:

“On October 9 2021, undefeated WBC and The Ring heavyweight champion Tyson Fury defended his world titles against former WBC champion Deontay Wilder in their trilogy match, when he defeated Wilder via eleventh-round knockout in a widely acclaimed contest that was named The Ring magazine Fight of the Year 2021. Fury’s mandatory challenger, Dillian Whyte, had been scheduled to face southpaw Otto Wallin in a defense of his WBC interim title later that month on 30 October, but the fight was cancelled days beforehand after it was alleged that Whyte had suffered a shoulder injury, ruling him out of contention. He ultimately did not reschedule the fight with Wallin, opting to bypass Wallin for a shot at Fury’s world titles.”

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