Dillian Whyte agrees to a rematch with Tyson Fury if he wins on Saturday

Dillian Whyte has agreed to give Tyson Fury a rematch if he wins on Saturday. ‘The Gypsy King’ and Whyte are set to finally face off in less than a day.

Ahead of the highly anticipated WBC and Ring Heavyweight Championship clash, ‘The Body Snatcher’ suggested there was no rematch clause in the contract, however, Whyte is willing to give Fury a rematch if he win Saturday.

Boxing journalist Michael Jenson took to Twitter and quoted Dillian Whyte saying:

“There’s no rematch clause when you’re the mandatory challenger, but if I win on Saturday and it’s a good fight, I’ll fight it again.”

Check out the tweet below:

Dillian Whyte told reporters he would be willing to give Tyson Fury a rematch if he beat him: “There’s no rematch clause when you’re the mandatory challenger, but if I win on Saturday and it’s It’s a good fight, I’ll fight him again.”

While Dillian Whyte apparently looks set to give Tyson Fury another shot if he can beat ‘The Gypsy King’ on Saturday, the likelihood of that happening is slim. “The Body Snatcher” enters the fight as a massive underdog and will have to put in the performance of his life to beat Fury.

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However, nothing is too far fetched in the sport of boxing and we have seen time and time again that anything can happen. It will be interesting to see if Dillian Whyte can be the first fighter to beat Fury in his professional boxing career or not.

Tyson Fury says his fight against Dillian Whyte will be his last

‘The Gypsy King’ suggested his fight against Dillian Whyte was the ‘final farewell’. Fury has been contemplating retirement for a while now and it looks like the 33-year-old has made up his mind.

In a recent interview with talkSPORT‘The Gypsy King’ looked back on his boxing career and suggested he wanted to go out with a bang, he said:

“Ever since I was a very little boy, I always said I was going to be a world heavyweight champion, and guess what? I did. So when you’re world heavyweight champion, things like that happen. But you know, it’s been a long hard journey and it’s not all been easy, there’s been ups and downs and we’ve had a fantastic race. Now it’s the last goodbye, I leave with a fanfare.

Watch the full interview with talkSPORT below:

“This is the last farewell.” 🥊 “Anthony Joshua had his chances. They had chances but they didn’t.@Tyson_Fury tells talkSPORT he will never fight Joshua and is ready to retire.#FuryWhyte https://t.co/0mA5oGqIqi

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