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Frank Warren says Tyson Fury wants to 'put on a show' against Dillian Whyte

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Frank Warren says Tyson Fury wants to ‘put on a show’ against Dillian Whyte as coach Sugarhill Steward offers rare glimpse into Gypsy King’s training camp

  • Frank Warren says Tyson Fury wants to put on a show against Dillian Whyte 
  • Fury is eager to impress in front of 94,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium 
  • Sugarhill Steward gave a rare glimpse of Fury’s preparations for the fight  

Promoter Frank Warren has stressed that Tyson Fury is determined to ‘put on a show’ when he takes on Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium on April 23.

The crowd capacity has been extended, meaning 94,000 fans are set to be in attendance as Fury looks to defend his WBC heavyweight title. 

Fury overcame Deontay Wilder in his last fight as he twice climbed off the canvas and he is determined to produce a memorable performance against Whyte. 

Sugarhill Steward provided a rare insight into Tyson Fury's preparations for his fight against Dillian Whyte

Sugarhill Steward provided a rare insight into Tyson Fury’s preparations for his fight against Dillian Whyte

Fury has largely observed a social media blackout so he can fully concentrate on the fight

Fury has largely observed a social media blackout so he can fully concentrate on the fight

Warren told Sky Sports: ‘Tyson is absolutely champing at the bit. 

‘This country has never seen anything like Tyson Fury before. He’s just had an epic trilogy with the hardest hitting heavyweight of all time and come out on top.

‘He will be determined to put on a show and give every paying fan a night they will never forget.’

Meanwhile, coach Sugarhill Steward has provided a rare glimpse into Fury’s camp ahead of the fight.

Fury has largely stuck to his social media blackout, which means that there hasn’t been much insight into his preparations.

However, Sugarhill posted a short video in which Fury was seen practicing ahead of the clash with Whyte.  

In a video posted on his Twitter account, Fury stated that Whyte is getting knocked out. 

He said: ‘Camp is going well. Less than three weeks out, I cannot wait to see you all there in the Big Smoke at Wembley Stadium.

‘Dillian Whyte is getting knocked out, man! I cannot wait – see you there, all of my loyal fans. God bless you all.’

Frank Warren has revealed that Fury is eager to put on a show against Whyte

Frank Warren has revealed that Fury is eager to put on a show against Whyte

Fury is set to take on Whyte in front of 94,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium this month

Fury is set to take on Whyte in front of 94,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium this month

Warren revealed that he has a replacement opponent lined up if Whyte pulls out of the fight with Fury.

Whyte hasn’t taken part in any of the pre-fight promotion so far despite Warren stating that he is contracted to do so.

Warren told SecondsOut: ‘The truth of the matter is that we cover all bases.

‘Would you not think, for an event of this magnitude, of what we’ve sold, that we would not be covering that scenario?’ he added, when questioned further. ‘Of course we cover that scenario.’

Warren stated that Fury is'champing at the bit' ahead of his clash with Whyte

Warren stated that Fury is ‘champing at the bit’ ahead of his clash with Whyte

Whyte left it until the last hour to sign his contract and confirm the fight. He was seen to be unhappy with his 20 per cent split of the purse.

Speaking in February about his social media blackout, Fury said on Instagram: ‘Hi Tyson Fury here, aka the Gypsy King. I am about to go off social media completely for the next eight and a half weeks.

‘I’ve got to go into my training camp to give Dillian Whyte all the respect in the world he needs. I’ve never underestimated anybody in my life.

‘I’ll give this man all the respect he deserves coming in as the No.1 ranked WBC heavyweight challenger in the world today.

‘Please don’t phone me, call me, email me, text me or try to contact me in any single way as I am out of bounds until May. Have a fantastic time. I will see you all at the press conference.

‘I will be training away but please appreciate my privacy and space until the press conference. I will see you all soon. Peace out.’

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