Tyson Fury has informed talkSPORT that Dillian Whyte is simply as harmful an opponent for him as Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk can be.
The WBC heavyweight champion is ready to defend his world title in opposition to his obligatory challenger on Saturday night time at Wembley Stadium, dwell on talkSPORT.
Fury and Whyte lastly got here head to head on the press convention on WednesdayGetty
And previous to Wednesday’s press convention, Fury joined White and Jordan on talkSPORT to present an evaluation of the hazard his foe brings.
“The jeopardy is strolling onto a giant left hook that Dillian Whyte possesses that may in all probability knock over a bull,” Fury stated.
“He has an actual left hook on him that may knock out anyone if he catches them with it.
“I believe he’s a harmful fighter.
“He’s simply as harmful because the Joshua’s of the world and undoubtedly because the Usyk’s and all people else.”
There’s respect between the pairGetty
Billy Joe Saunders earlier joined talkSPORT and warned Fury to not overlook Whyte, although it appears the champion already has this below management.
Fury continued: “He’s to not be underestimated or taken flippantly, that’s for positive.
“Let’s discuss actual, he doesn’t have the Tyson Fury boxing ability, he doesn’t have the 6ft 9ins body or the flexibility to maneuver like a middleweight, he doesn’t have that.
“However one factor he does have is the heavyweight KO energy, which I’ve as effectively additionally.
“So if I’m daft sufficient to get caught by a giant left hook then good riddance, you’ve knocked me out, honest play.
“I’ll shake the person’s hand and say, ‘Honest play.’
“It’s a ten to 1 shot that you simply’re gonna knock me out with that left hook, that’s in all probability the chances. One in ten likelihood.”
talkSPORT will convey you reside protection of the large heavyweight world title battle between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte at Wembley on Saturday night time, with our protection ranging from 7.30pm and that includes knowledgeable ringside evaluation from Ben Davison