Next fight, professional career statistics, weight, height and reach, etc.


Tyson Fury had one of the richest careers in boxing history – and it’s far from over.

After stunning the world with his win over the legendary Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, Fury’s career seemed over due to a mess of controversy and personal issues.

Tyson Fury has established himself as the best in boxing

But he is now back at the top of the sport thanks to an incredible win over Deontay Wilder.

Fury has beaten the Bronze Bomber twice, with two incredible performances.

Next up for Fury is Dillian Whyte at Wembley on Saturday.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Gypsy King…

Tyson Fury: Beginnings and who he fought

Fury made his professional debut on December 6, 2008 when he stopped Hungarian Bela Gyongyosi in the first round.

He has since beaten Derek Chisora ​​twice and picked up victories over Christian Hammer, Joey Abell and Steve Cunningham.

But Fury made headlines with his remarkable points win over Klitschko in Düsseldorf in November 2015.

The win saw Fury win the WBA (Super), WBO, IBF, IBO and The Ring magazine titles.

Tyson Fury in action during his remarkable victory over Wladimir Klitschko

Tyson Fury in action during his remarkable victory over Wladimir Klitschko

Fury was then out of boxing for almost three years before making his comeback with a victory over Sefer Seferi in June 2018.

Another win over Francesco Pianeta followed before his thrilling draw with Wilder in their first encounter.

Fury then beat German Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas before facing Sweden’s Otto Wallin.

In his last fight over a year ago, Fury reclaimed his place at the top of boxing’s elite with a perfect display to win the WBC heavyweight crown from Wilder.

He then beat the American again last October to set up the fight with Whyte.

Tyson Fury: Victories, defeats and professional achievements

Fury is undefeated in his 32 fights since turning pro, earning 22 wins by knockout.

The dramatic draw with Wilder in December 2018 is the only blow to his record.

That 31-0-1 record is something he will want to keep when he puts his title on the line against the Body Snatcher, live on talkSPORT on April 23.

Tyson Fury destroyed Deontay Wilder in February 2020


Tyson Fury destroyed Deontay Wilder in February 2020

Tyson Fury: weight, height and range

Fury’s weight has dropped since his return to the ring, but he still hit the scales at 19lbs and 8lbs in his third outing with Wilder last year.

The 33-year-old, who fights from an orthodox stance, is 6ft 9in (206cm) tall and has a reach of 85in (216cm).

Tyson Fury: Next fight and future opponents

The fight with Whyte is ready for this weekend, Saturday April 23.

It takes place at Wembley Stadium in London with over 90,000 fans attending.

Main event ring walks are expected at 10 p.m. Saturday evening.

The WBC heavyweight title will be on the line.

Oleksandr Usyk had hoped to face Tyson Fury but his dreams of unifying the heavyweight titles were left in tatters after Anthony Joshua and Whyte turned down side money.

Usyk was superb against AJ at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and the two will likely face off in a rematch in June later this year.

Fury vs. Whyte: Tale of the Gang

Fury – Whyte

Nationality: British – British

Age: 33 – 34

Height: 6 feet 9 – 6 feet 4

Stance: Orthodox – Orthodox

Reach: 85 inches – 78 inches

Record: 31-0-1 – 28-2-0

KO: 22 – 19

Towers: 204 – 164

Debut: 08/12/2013 – 05/13/2011

Nickname: Gypsy King – Body Snatcher


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