Tyson Fury is rightly wary but Dillian Whyte's win would be a seismic shock

Portugal, “and when one big heavyweight catches the other guy clean all plans and predictions go out the window.

I know Tyson is the best heavyweight out there but I have been through so much to get this fight. I also know I can hurt him. 

Tyson Fury weighs-in at 18st 12lb 13oz for his WBC heavyweight title fight with Dillian Whyte at Wembley.

A couple of days later, in the shadow of the huge arena where Fury will defend his WBC title against his British challenger, the world champion and undoubted favourite was just as blunt and respectful. 

“Dillian’s definitely a fearless guy. I’ve sparred him a lot in the past and he didn’t show any weaknesses. 

So I’m anticipating a good fight, a real tough fight, because Dillian is a strong heavyweight who is in the top five in the world. 

He poses a real challenge, as do all these heavyweights. It only takes one punch to knock a man out as we’ve seen many times.

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