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Fury vs. Whyte Winner and How?

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I wonder if Fury will try and get the WBC to make him Franchise champion to get out of this, he has never seemed interested in fighting Whyte and if it's true he only has one fight left on his deal and he is considering retirement after then surely he wants that to be the Usyk/AJ undisputed fight next Autumn?
 

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The BBBofC is more corrupt than the Nevada cState commission. - And they haven't even issed a statement, it's just Mauricio (That bastion of integrity) CLAIMING that they told him everything is legit.
Well, OK then. that certainly settles it.

How about: Let's see the evidence.

And the fact that they haven't re-scheduled Whyte - Wallin tells the rest of the story. You're right, Gareth, it clears the air. - On what we already knew to be the truth.
 

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Fury said he isnt interested in a fight with DW though. Only wants to fight AJ or Usyk, then retire
 

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Fury said he isnt interested in a fight with DW though. Only wants to fight AJ or Usyk, then retire
Well if he wants to wait till Autumn 2022 without fighting then he can take on the winner of the rematch but if he and all you lot believe he is the best he should be happy to fight anyone knowing he would win. DW is a big name in the division and wins against him and the rematch winner would confirm his claims. Avoiding him makes him look like he is scared especially given his light resume.
 

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Well if he wants to wait till Autumn 2022 without fighting then he can take on the winner of the rematch but if he and all you lot believe he is the best he should be happy to fight anyone knowing he would win. DW is a big name in the division and wins against him and the rematch winner would confirm his claims. Avoiding him makes him look like he is scared especially given his light resume.
Light resume?
 

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WBC Statement

Heavyweight champion: Tyson Fury... It was reported that in August of 2021, the WBC Board of Governors had ruled that the winner of the October fight between Fury (pictured) and Deontay Wilder would have 30 days from that date to secure a contract to unify the heavyweight division against WBO-IBF-WBA champion Oleksandr Usyk to crown an undisputed champion in the division. If no unification bout was secured within that time, the WBC would then (1) name WBC interim champion Dillian Whyte as the division’s mandatory challenger; and (2) order the start of the free negotiations period for Fury mandatory defense of his title against Whyte. However, Whyte filed a grievance under the WBC Rules & Regulations against the WBC, which is now in arbitration before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). In light of the pending arbitration, the WBC is not making any pronouncement at this time and will provide information once appropriate.
 

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WBC Statement

It was reported that in August of 2021, the WBC Board of Governors had ruled that the winner of the October fight between Fury (pictured) and Deontay Wilder would have 30 days from that date to secure a contract to unify the heavyweight division against WBO-IBF-WBA champion Oleksandr Usyk to crown an undisputed champion in the division. If no unification bout was secured within that time, the WBC would then (1) name WBC interim champion Dillian Whyte as the division’s mandatory challenger......

Whew. Good thing Whyte has recovered from that crippling injury !
 

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Finally ordered! Whyte gets his shot finally

This fight will look like Vitali Klitschko vs Shannon Briggs lol

Just made a thread. Probably don't need it. Will ask for it to be removed.
 

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Great news, Whyte finally gets his shot. I presume it will be April ish time and I wonder whether it will be in Vegas or whether Fury would actually fight in the UK. My guess is he would prefer Vegas as he is comfortable there and it's a risk booking a Wembley without any history of selling out 90k seats but the numbers might work out that way.
 
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