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Dates, start times and full details for press conference, weigh-in and fight night


Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte will face off later this month in the biggest fight of 2022 yet and fans can enjoy the thrills of fight week.

The WBC Fury champion is still a showman and his pre-fight duties are often full of entertainment and controversy.

Fury and Whyte set to face off on April 23

There is no love lost between Fury and Whyte and that could mean fireworks before the two even come face to face inside the ring.

The heavyweight title fight will take place at Wembley Stadium on Saturday April 23 and talkSPORT will bring you full and exclusive coverage of the blockbuster fight.

We’ll also have prep, interviews, and breaking news throughout fight week.

Here’s what the two superstar fighters have in store before they square off under the lights…

Fury vs. Whyte: press conference

The heavyweights go With a bit of luck square off for their pre-fight press conference duties on Thursday, April 21.

Whyte did not show up for his first media outing on March 1 as Fury answered questions on his own.

The Gypsy King continued to entertain, however, posing alone for fight photos with promoter Frank Warren claiming to separate him from the absent Whyte.

Fans will also be looking forward to Fury’s costume with the 33-year-old famous for his pre-fight outfit.

It remains to be seen if Whyte will take on further press duties, but we hope we hear from him.

Dates, start times and full details for press conference, weigh-in and fight night

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Fury vs. Whyte: weigh-in

The two British boxing stars will step on the scales on Friday April 22, the day before the fight proper. The weigh-in location has yet to be confirmed.

Fury weighed in at a career-high 277lbs (19th 11lbs) for his trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder, while Whyte tipped the scales at 247lbs (17th 9lbs) for his rematch win over Alexander Povetkin.

Fury said he planned to come in at his heaviest weight EVER against Whyte, saying, “I’m going to try to come in at my heaviest weight ever.

“For my biggest fight, in front of my biggest audience, I will try to be a mountain man. I will be heavier than 19th 10 pounds.

Fury vs. Whyte: Fight Night

This title clash will take place on Saturday April 23 and will take place in front of a crowd of around 90,000 at Wembley Stadium in London.

Fans can expect the elaborate Fury v Whyte ringwalks to begin around 10 p.m.

The undercard for the night’s action has been confirmed and includes Isaac Lowe vs. Nick Ball, Tommy Fury vs. Daniel Bocianski and Anthony Cacace vs. Jonathan Romero.

Dates, start times and full details for press conference, weigh-in and fight night

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talkSPORT will broadcast exclusive audio rights to the world title clash.

We’ll have five hours of uninterrupted coverage starting at 7 p.m., including all the build-up, live action, and post-fight analysis.

The talkSPORT team will include commentator Andy Clarke, as well as Fight Night presenters Gareth A Davies and Adam Catterall.

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