Fury vs Whyte odds: Tyson Fury by stoppage is most expected outcome

As we approach the opening bell inside Wembley Stadium on Saturday night, let’s take a look at the potential outcomes as Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte lock horns for the WBC heavyweight title.

Tyson Fury to win by KO, TKO or Disqualification at 8/11 (-138)

The favourite outcome with the bookies at 8/11 (-138), Tyson Fury to stop Dillian Whyte, is the easiest to argue.

Whyte has only lost via stoppage as a professional, both pretty brutally against Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin, and has shown plenty of vulnerabilities in bruising, gut-check wins over Derek Chisora, Joseph Parker and Oscar Rivas.

In fact, Whyte has had to dig deep in a majority of his biggest wins and it’s easy to see how this 2022 version of Tyson Fury can hurt the “Bodysnatcher”.

Fury has shown that Kronk aggression and spite in his last two outings against Deontay Wilder and you can understand why SugarHill Steward and Andy Lee would be confident in their man coming forward and bringing the fire to Whyte centre-ring.

At 33, Fury’s fleet of foot style of boxing off the back foot may possibly be a little more taxing on the body than it was in, say, 2015 when he kept Wladimir Klitschko at range and on the end of a stiff jab.

Whyte has hit the floor three times in his last six fights and even if Fury can’t pin the Londoner down with that questionable one-punch concussive power, an unanswered attack with Whyte’s back to the ropes is easy to envisage.

Dillian Whyte to win by KO, TKO or Disqualification at 9/2 (+450)

If Dillian Whyte is able to stop Tyson Fury, then it’s more than likely to come via his big looping left hook, with Fury over-committing to one of his attacks.

I’m still not 100% sold on Whyte’s left hook as being one of the great equalizers amongst the current heavyweight crop, but it’s certainly a punch that he’s relied on numerous times to get him out of trouble.

Whyte has 19 KOs on his record, most notably a fourth-round KO of an out-of-sorts Alexander Povetkin last March, and has conditioned himself into a big enough puncher with the recent help of Harold “Shadow” Knight out in Portugal.

Tyson Fury to win by Decision or Technical Decision at 5/2 (+250)

If Tyson Fury wants to make a fight boring, then Tyson Fury can make a fight boring.

We were more used to this before his return to the sport following a lengthy hiatus, but it’s easy to look back to his wins over Wladimir Klitschko (2015) and Derek Chisora (2011), and his split draw with Deontay Wilder (2018) to see how he could box and move his way to a decision win inside Wembley Stadium.

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