Looking for a new challenger for Fury: Whyte in Wales?



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Looking for a new challenger for Fury: Whyte in Wales?

Ever since the British Tyson Fury defended the title of world WBC heavyweight champion in a spectacular fight in October, there has been talk about who could be the next challenger to the "Gypsy King" The duel between Dilian Whyte and Otto Wallin was supposed to provide a new opponent to the boxer from Manchester, but White had to cancel the fight due to injury only a few weeks earlier.

A WBC convention was held earlier this week, which was expected to announce a new mandatory challenger for Fury, but the organization refrained from giving that status to Dilian Whyte because he filed a lawsuit against the UFC in 2020.

So Tyson Fury has no opponents, and the first man of the "Top Rank Boxing" agency, which represents Fury, still plans to fight White. Legendary promoter Bob Arum wants to organize a match between the two Britons in March at the "Principality" stadium in Cardiff, American media report.

Bob Arum has revealed his desires and the first option is Usyk Vs Furry. Usyk, who boxed brilliantly against Joshua and proved to be world-class, is the biggest candidate.

Usyk

With that, he gained even more prestige in the world of boxing, and now he has a good chance to show himself against Fury.

What kind of story would it be if he won that match as well "My associate Frank Warren and I are looking for the best opponent for Fury. First of all, we would like Oleksandr Usyk, if Joshua decides to allow that match."

The situation regarding Whyte is also strange, but it is obvious that Arum is also planning Whyte as one of the options. We'll see if Whyte can be dangerous for Fury "Our other option is Dillian Whyte- there is no more exciting choice than him.

Fury said he would like to have the next fight in Britain, and the best opponents, in that case, would be White and Joe Joyce, "said 89-year-old Bob Arum, one of the most influential people in the world of boxing since the first fight of Muhammad Ali and Joe Fraser.

Frank Warren also represents Joe Joyce, so the Fury-Joyce fight would be very easy to organize. Dillian Whyte, a 33-year-old born in Jamaica, has 28 victories (19 KOs) and 2 defeats in his professional career. All three opponents are very dangerous, although Usyk is the most dangerous here looking at his results.

Still, Fury has shown his dominance and should have no problem with either, but he must not relax in matches like this