- Top Rank CEO Bob Arum is ready to let Dillon White take on Tyson Fury
- The Body Snatcher will take on Otto Wallin in a tough fight on October 30
- Fury will have to retain his title in his trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder
- It comes after Anthony Joshua lost to Oleksandr Usyk via unanimous decision
Top Rank Chief Bob Arum is ready to give Dillian White his long-awaited fight against Tyson Fury.
White, who holds the WBC interim heavyweight belt, has been patiently waiting for a shot to challenge Fury’s WBC strap for several years.
And, the legendary boxing promoter is finally ready to give in to The Body Snatcher who shot the heavyweight.
Top Rank CEO Bob Arum (left) is set to crack Tyson Fury to Dillian White (right)
The bout would go on, with White defeating Swede Otto Wallin and Fury retaining his title in his trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder.
‘I didn’t talk’ [WBC President] mauricio [Sulaiman] Still, we have to see [what they rule on Fury’s mandatory],’ Arum told IFL TV.
‘I think you’re talking about Dillian White, who is the number one contender.
‘And it could be a big, big fight for Tyson, especially if we hold it in the UK.
The Body Snatcher could face the winner of Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder
‘It’s not out of the question, Dillian White is a capable heavyweight and fights against Tyson Fury or Wilder [or] Whoever wins it will be a very interesting fight.
All signs were pointing to an all-British undisputed performance between Fury and Anthony Joshua in March 2022, but the latter lost his WBA, WBO and IBF belts in a unanimous decision defeat to Oleksandr Usyk, with all belts. One fight for one has taken another delay.
But the loss of Joshua could have opened the door for a shot at Fury for Brixton banger White.
Joshua confirmed his desire to have a contractually agreed rematch soon after his defeat, meaning White would be next in line to face the winner of Fury and Wilder, who square off in the early hours of Sunday. .
Anthony Joshua’s loss to Aleksandar Usik has extended the wait for an undisputed fight
After falling through a shocking stoppage loss at the hands of Alexander Povetkin last year, The Body Snatcher avenged his defeat in March this year with a surprise knockout of his own.
White is now back in the mix and faces Wallin in a tough fight on October 30.
He will keep his fingers crossed that both he and Fury will prevail after the Gypsy King promises the pair a match in December.
Next up for White is Otto Wallin (left), who famously caused Fury all kinds of problems
“Dillian continues about how he deserves the world title,” Fury said. ‘Since I haven’t fought in England for a long time and Joshua won’t be ready for December, I’ll fit him in and silence him. easy.’
White’s patience is waning as he becomes more and more annoyed by Fury’s nonsense in recent months.
He said, ‘His best feature as a boxer is to make the public believe in any of his b******ts. Sun.
White avenges his loss to Alexander Povetkin to keep the WBC interim heavyweight belt
‘I am the easiest boxer in the world to compete with.
‘You call me or my people, give us the place, the date and the purse and we can say yes or no. But Fury and his team talk nonsense.
‘He’s never interested in fighting me, he’s forced to fight me twice and get out of it – just like he did with the Wladimir Klitschko rematch, which he swung.’