It has been confirmed that Dillian Whyte will clash Tyson Fury for WBC heavyweight title.
According to Skysports, Fury’s UK-based promoter Frank Warren won the highest successful purse bid in boxing history on Friday evening, his £31m ($41,025,000) beating out Matchroom Boxing’s £24m ($32,222,222).
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Whyte will now challenge for a world title for the first time in his career against the undefeated Fury, who emerged with two sensational wins from a historic trilogy with Deontay Wilder.
Fury posted an Instagram story shortly after the announcement hinting that the fight against Whyte will take place in the UK, the words “BIG GK IS COMING HOME, UK BABY” accompany the lyrics to the song ‘Three Lions’.