WBC orders Tyson Fury to fight Dillian Whyte to secure Wilder’s Rematch.

WBC the world’s Boxing regulatory body ordered the 30 years old Tyson Fury. Ex-heavyweight world Champion to fight fellow Brit DIllian Whyte as a last eliminator so as to have his much-anticipated rematch with Deontay Wilder. The last time the met was in December 1 last year for the American’s WBC title. Tyson Fury climbed off the deck to a heroic draw.

However, if the proposed fight holds, it will be an all-British fight. Fury recently made a declaration that he wants just about three (3) fights before retiring from the ring.  He will be fighting for the first time in Las Vegas with the undefeated German in June. And have also confirmed his next match to be on the 28th of September. Although his opponent is still unknown but Bob Arum, Fury’s US promoter previously gave a hint that Fury is set for a second tune-up after Schwarz.

After the December draw match, Fury and his opponent Wilder were desperate to re-run. But to avoid a repeat and considering the fact that Wilder is backed by a rival broadcasting Showtime. Gypsy king penned down “Big Money” agreement. Nonetheless, according to ThaBoxingvoice, Mauricio Suleiman, the WBC president recently revealed. That the have fixed the match between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte as a decider to Wilder’s next Mandatory fight.

Although, DIllian Whyte has a long lasting history with WBC Champ Wilder. He has been the No1 challenger for his belt since 2017. And yet to get a world title fight. The closest he came to actualizing that was in December. But instead, Wilder defended his title with Tyson Fury before the WBC handed mandatory challenger Dominic Breazeale the next shot.

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