To maintain his WBC title at Wembley, Tyson Fury stopped Dillian Whyte in the sixth round with a magnificent uppercut. The fight started out slowly, but the Gypsy King quickly picked up the pace and savagely finished the job off. Tyson Fury, the WBC and The Ring heavyweight champion, faced WBC interim heavyweight title Dillian Whyte in a professional boxing match at New York City’s MGM Grand Garden Arena. The fight took place at Wembley Stadium in London, England, on Saturday, April 23, 2022. Tyson Fury was victorious with a technical knockout in the sixth round. Until Fury landed the knockout punch in the sixth round, most onlookers thought he was in complete command of this fight. After the first round, many thought the champion appeared to have secured a clean sweep. After the first five rounds, judge Robert Tapper had it 50-45 in favor of Tyson Fury. Because Judge Guido Cavalleri scored only the opening goal for Whyte, the score was 49-46 in Fury’s favor. However, because judge Pelayo awarded Whyte rounds two and three, his final scorecard showed Fury leading by by one round after five rounds, 48-47.
Tyson Fury retained the WBC heavyweight title with a magnificent right uppercut after six rounds against Dillian Whyte. It was a hero’s welcome at Wembley for Tyson Fury, who had won five straight fights in the United States. There were 94,000 people in attendance. When Fury landed a stunning punch on the point of Whyte’s chin in the sixth round, the predicted all-action barnburner did not materialize. But the Brixton guy crumbled to the ground after he shoved him back to make room for a follow-up punch. Whyte surprised Fury by using a southpaw stance at the start of the fight, but he quickly found his range with a pair of solid right hands to take the first round. The WBC’s world heavyweight champion since November 2017, Whyte instantly realized that his former sparring buddy had become an impossibility. When he was picked off at mid-range in rounds two and three, he used wild right hands to try to hit his opponent’s head.