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Dillian Whyte opens up on Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury, explains why struggle is 50/50 and he cannot choose a winner


Dillian Whyte believes Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury is a 50/50 struggle and he’s struggling to select a winner.

The heavyweight contender reacted to the information that his division’s two champions have signed to struggle this summer season by giving his ideas on the match-up.

Whyte previously fought AJ and has sparred with Fury

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Whyte beforehand fought AJ and has sparred with Fury

Whyte was hesitant to present a agency prediction, however did clarify the explanation behind this.

He advised the Ak and Barak Present on SiriusXM and DAZN: “That is heavyweight boxing man.

“Who would’ve stated Hasim Rahman or Oliver McCall would have knocked out Lennox Lewis? It’s heavyweight boxing.

“Wladimir Klitschko misplaced to Ross Puritty, no-one even is aware of that man.

Joshua lost his titles to Andy Ruiz in New York, then won them back in Saudi Arabia

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Joshua misplaced his titles to Andy Ruiz in New York, then gained them again in Saudi Arabia

“There’s a case for each guys successful this struggle, I believe.

“Each guys confirmed lots of versatility of their fights.

“[Joshua’s] two fights with Ruiz and [Fury’s] two fights with Wilder – they’re the identical guys however they’re completely different types and alternative ways of getting the victory.

“Joshua had a loss towards Ruiz, Fury had a draw towards Wilder.

Fury dominated Wilder in their rematch

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Fury dominated Wilder of their rematch

“Then Fury got here off the again foot, was aggressive and knocked Wilder out.

“And Joshua got here off the entrance foot, acquired on the again foot and acquired a factors determination towards Andy Ruiz.

“You see what I’m saying? It’s onerous, solely true followers of every man will say, ‘This man’s gonna win.’

“It’s very onerous, I don’t assume no boxing purist would say, ‘This guys gonna win due to this.’

“The fellows are exhibiting completely different types and completely different character of their sport and stuff, so it’s very troublesome to say who’s gonna win.

“It’s onerous to select, in my view it’s a 50/50 struggle.”





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