Dillian Whyte has voiced his concerns that Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury’s long-awaited fight will fail to live up to expectations.
Joshua and Fury are set to compete for all four major heavyweight belts this summer after signing the relevant contracts earlier this month.
The mega-fight to determine the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world is expected to take place in Saudi Arabia in June or July, with a rematch likely to take place at the end of the year.
Joshua and Fury’s clash is widely considered to be the biggest in British boxing history – but former WBC interim champion Whyte admits it could be “really boring”.
“In my opinion it’s a 50/50 fight because they have a lot of similarities and they can both adapt and modify their styles depending on their opponent, so it’s very difficult to say who will win,” he told BBC Sport .
“It could be really exciting or it could be really boring where they try to be too technical and one is waiting for…
Source: Complete Sports