Supercomputer predicts exact minute Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte fight will be won in blockbuster Battle of Britain

Supercomputer predicts exact minute Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte fight will be won in blockbuster Battle of Britain

April 21, 2022

A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted the exact minute Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte will be won.

And it does not make good reading for the Body Snatcher.

The Brixton boxer, 34, is challenging undefeated Fury for the WBC heavyweight world title.

But the Sporting Index number-crunching machine reckons Fury will secure the victory in the 26th minute.

That would mean a ninth-round stoppage in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley on Saturday.

Fury is odds-on to come out on top and retain his belt inside the 12 rounds.


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And even if it does go all the way to the final bell, Whyte is a long price to dethrone the Gypsy King.

Fury has promised to call time on his boxing career this weekend after the Whyte fight – vowing to hang up his gloves and step away from the public spotlight.

The 33-year-old said: "I'm happy to go back to Morecambe and be left alone.

"I'm gonna delete my Instagram, I'm getting away from being a 'star'.

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"I want to be left alone to live my normal little life, pathetic life I live in Morecambe Bay – going to school, taking out the bins, getting a haircut, valeting the car, going out once a week and training every day.

"Win, lose or draw on Saturday night they'll be no more fights."

Fury and Whyte finally went face to face for the first time ahead of their bout yesterday.

It was all very mild-mannered and respectful between the two fighters, with the champ even left red-faced after an accidental gaffe.

Describing the closeness of their relationship, Fury said: "We were good friends together, we went out for a drink, we ate together, we slept together."

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Whyte chipped in: "We never slept together!"

Tyson's dad John tried to start a row by confronting Whyte's team – but the two main men calmed the situation down expertly.

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