Dillian Whyte given deadline to sign contracts for £30m Tyson Fury fight after he is taunted for 'going into hiding'

Dillian Whyte given deadline to sign contracts for £30m Tyson Fury fight after he is taunted for 'going into hiding'

February 2, 2022

DILLIAN WHYTE has been given a deadline of February 21 to sign his contract for his showdown with Tyson Fury.

The WBC informed the pair on Tuesday that they have until the end of the business day on Feb 21 to submit their respective signed agreements for the grudge match.

But Brixton banger Whyte wants a bigger slice of the pie that's currently on offer, which defending champ Fury is set to receive a whopping 80 per cent of.

The interim heavyweight titleholder is after the 70-30 split that is typically mandated by the WBC for championship matches.

Queensberry Promotions chief Frank Warren won last Friday's purse bids for the domestic dust-up with a whopping £30.6million offer.

Should Whyte accept the current spilt on offer, he'll pocket a meagre £6.1m while Fury will take home a staggering £24.5m of the pot.

Fury, 33, took to social media immediately after his co-promoter won the purse bid and has been actively trolling the rest of the heavyweight division.

Whyte, meanwhile, has yet to speak on the situation, a silence that has prompted Fury to accuse him of going into 'hiding.'



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The Gypsy King said: "Whyte feathers, coward. Where are ya Whyte feathers?

"You wanted your world title shot with [Deontay] Wilder for three years, you never got it.

"You was mandatory for me for three minutes and you got your fight, didn't you coward? 'Tyson Fury's a coward, he don't want to fight Dillian Whyte'.

"But all of a sudden it's on your toes and you've gone silent you little b****. Come out of hiding Whyte feathers. Come and get it.

"You're getting a good hiding, you wanted a bit of free money didn't you dosser?

"But now you're getting eight million, which is seven-and-a-half million too much for you, you old dosser. Come out and say something, bum."

Fury and Whyte's long-awaited Battle of Britain is being targeted for April 23, with Cardiff's Principality Stadium a contender to host the bout.


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