Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte london fight

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"Who would have thought?" Tyson Fury, almost in amazement, questioned. "Even we didn't anticipate 90,000 tickets to be sold at Wembley."

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Dillian Whyte is taking place in front of a record-breaking 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium, and even Fury is taken aback by the grandeur of the occasion.

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The bout will set a record for the largest audience for a fight in the twenty first century, as well as the largest in Europe an appropriate setting for these two British boxers.

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In previous years, the build-up to certain heavyweight battles was fueled by enmity between the fighters, but this time is different.

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During a news conference on Wednesday, Fury recalled to their days together a decade ago, when the two would fight head-to-head in sparring during training camps.

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Fury and Whyte were rookie fighters on "a terrific journey," as Fury described it, and the two are now the main attraction on one of boxing's most memorable evenings in history.

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"Have we made a mistake?" Fury said.

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Former heavyweight champion Joseph Parker, who has been supporting Fury in his preparation for the fight on Saturday, is one man who is well-versed in the Mancunian.

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"It'll be a tough struggle, but it'll be a terrific fight," Parker told CNN Sport. "Both men have been extremely well prepared... someone will be knocked out."

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Of course, that "someone" is Whyte. "Tyson will knock him out between rounds five and nine," Parker predicts.

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In recent years, heavyweight boxing has seen many fantastic battles, with Fury appearing in many of them, and Parker feels Saturday's bout will be "right up there."

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