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Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Odds, Pick, and Prediction

Dylan Bowker

by Dylan Bowker in Boxing

Apr 20, 2022 · 12:48 PM PDT

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte odds
British boxer Tyson Fury attends an open workout for the media and fans at Wembley's Boxpark in London, Tuesday, April 19, 2022. Fury will defend his WBC heavyweight title against Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium Saturday. (AP Photo/Ian Walton)
  • Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte goes Saturday, April 23rd at 2 PM EST
  • Fury is a pronounced favorite in this heavyweight title affair
  • Check out the Fury vs Whyte odds, analysis, and predictions, below

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte goes down at Wembley Stadium in London, England, and broadcasts on ESPN pay-per-view. Fury is the favorite in the Fury vs Whyte boxing betting odds, priced at -625.

Let’s analyze the Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte odds via Caesars Sportsbook as we provide our best bet for the bout.

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Odds

Fighter Odds
Tyson Fury -625
Dillian Whyte +450

Odds as of April 20th at Caesars Sportsbook

This fight is for the WBC world heavyweight championship with Fury and Whyte in the champion and challenger roles respectively.


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Tyson Fury’s Boxing Odds & Betting Outlook vs Whyte

Fury has been mostly plying his trade in America in recent times and will be making his competitive return to the UK after four years.

The WBC and lineal heavyweight champion is an undefeated combatant who is readying for a huge ovation from the sold-out crowd of over 90,000 strong.

The Gypsy King has been telling the media in the lead up to this one that it will be his last fight.

Fury is sticking to this even though potential blockbusters loom. Such as facing the winner of Oleksandr Usyk vs Anthony Joshua 2 to cement an undisputed heavyweight world champion.

Fury vs Whyte Recent Fights

Deontay Wilder, win via KO Fight 1 Alexander Povetkin, win via TKO
Deontay Wilder, win via TKO Fight 2 Alexander Povetkin, loss via KO
Otto Wallin, win via UD Fight 3 Mariusz Wach, win via UD
Tom Schwarz, win via TKO Fight 4 Oscar Rivas, win via UD

This sort of all-British heavyweight attraction is causing some fans to reminisce about the days of Frank Bruno, Lennox Lewis, and the like.

As much as Fury is the A-side here, Whyte is certainly a very strong B-side here.

Dillian Whyte’s Boxing Odds and Betting Outlook vs Fury

Whyte has waited for over a thousand days for this title opportunity and has been the WBC mandatory for so long that many felt he’d never get his moment.

After collecting a myriad of international, interim, and silver belts, Whyte is finally readied and poised to jettison himself up to that world title level. To send a ripple effect through the boxing world with a huge upset victory.

The odds very much do not reflect the parity in this fight and the skill of Whyte.

Fury is an exemplary boxer, has an enormous reach advantage, and draws a lot of attention, but Whyte is a live dog in many regards.

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Tale of the Tape

31-0-1 Record 28-2
22 Knockouts 19
6’9 Height 6’4
85″ Reach 78″
Orthodox Stance Orthodox

Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte Pick & Prediction

Despite the parity in this fight relative to the odds being far off, I still see the title being retained here.

A prop bet on this fight not going the distance is valued at -240 and I think that presents good value here.

Fury winning via KO or TKO is positioned at -137, and I think this will manifest. Also, this bout going under nine and a half rounds is situated at -135, and I foresee that also being a solid bet.

The integration of that Kronk Gym boxing style to his slick approach has generated more highlight-reel stoppages for The Gypsy King in recent years and I think he continues to build on that reel this weekend.

Pick: Tyson Fury (-625)

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