Tyson Fury’s record in full ahead of Dillian Whyte fight at Wembley


Tyson Fury will take on Dillian Whyte in front of a crowd of 94,000 at Wembley on Saturday night, hoping to retain his WBC and The Ring heavyweight belts which he took from Deontay WIlder in February 2020. Fury, 33, fights at the UK for the first time since 2018 this weekend in what is a homecoming fight for the so-called ‘Gypsy King’.

He turned pro in 2008 and is 31-1-0, his only draw against Wilder in the first leg of their epic trilogy. He had a busy career, becoming world heavyweight champion in 2015 before a well-documented battle with mental health sidelined him from the sport until his return in 2018 and then regaining his heavyweight crown. .

His record sets him apart as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world in the sport – meanwhile, Whyte has a record of 28 wins (19 KOs), 0 draws and two losses. Both of his defeats have come against top class opposition with Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin both picking up wins over the Londoner.

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  1. Defeated Bela Gyongyosi by TKO 6/12/08
  2. Beat Marcel Zeller by TKO 01/17/09
  3. Defeat Daniil Peretyatko by RTD on 02/28/09
  4. Beat Lee Swaby by RTD on 3/14/09
  5. Beat Mathew Ellis by KO 4/11/09
  6. Defeat Scott Belshaw by TKO on 05/23/09
  7. Defeat Aleksandrs Selezens by TKO 7/18/09
  8. Defeat John McDermott by PTS 9/11/09
  9. Defeat Tomas Mrazek by PTS 9/26/09
  10. Beat Hans-Joerg Blasko by TKO 3/5/10
  11. Defeated John McDermott by TKO on 6/25/10
  12. Beat Rich Power by PTS 9/10/10
  13. Defeat Zack Page by UD 12/18/10
  14. Beat Marcelo Nascimento by KO on 02/19/11
  15. Beat Derek Chisora ​​by UD on 7/23/11
  16. Defeat Nicolai Firtha by TKO 9/17/11
  17. Defeat Neven Pajkić by TKO 11/12/11
  18. Defeat Martin Rogan by TKO 4/14/12
  19. Defeat Vinny Maddalone by TKO 7/7/12
  20. Defeat Kevin Johnson by UD 12/1/12
  21. Beat Steve Cunningham by KO on 04/20/2013
  22. Beat Joey Abell by TKO on 02/15/2014
  23. Beat Derek Chisora ​​by RTD on 11/29/2014
  24. Beat Christian Hammer by RTD on 02/28/2015
  25. Beat Wladimir Klitschko by UD on 11/28/2015
  26. Defeat Sefer Seferi by RTD 06/09/2018
  27. Beat Francesco Pianeta by PTS 08/18/2018
  28. Draw with Deontay Wilder 01/12/2018
  29. Defeat Tom Schwartz by TKO on 06/15/2019
  30. Defeat Otto Wallin by UD 9/14/19
  31. Beat Deontay Wilder by TKO 2/22/20
  32. Beat Deontay Wilder by KO 10/09/21

Fury vs. Whyte will be shown exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office on Saturday 23 April.

The fight is available for £24.95 and you don’t need to be a BT Sport subscriber to access their Box Office coverage.

BT Sport Box Office is available on BT TV Channel 494, Sky Channel 490 or on Virgin Media via the ‘On Demand’ section of their set-top box. Find out everything you need to know by heading to bt.com/sport/box-office

Customers can also watch the fight online, as well as on mobile and tablet, via the BT Sport app. Buy the fight or log in to your existing BT account here.


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