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Tyson Fury retained his WBC heavyweight title with a brutal KO of Dillian Whyte

WEMBLEY STADIUM, LONDON — Tyson Fury will make his triumphant homecoming in front of a record crowd of 94,000 on Saturday night, when he defends his WBC heavyweight title against Dillian Whyte.

Fury (31-0-1) has contested each of his previous five bouts in the United States, including his incredible trilogy against deontay wilder.

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The UFC’s first African-born heavyweight champion was ringside for Fury’s successful defence of his WBC strap against fellow Brit Dillian Whyte on Saturday night.

Tyson Fury retained his WBC heavyweight title with a brutal KO of Dillian Whyte. And he teased a shock crossover bout with UFC heavyweight champ Francis Ngannou after the fight.

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The Predator made his way into the ring moments after the fight, further teasing a transition into boxing.

And the pair quickly began talking up a showdown during an interview with ESPN, with Fury saying: “Going to be an explosive fight when it happens.”

Ngannou then said: “We’re going to find out who the baddest mother on the planet is?”

Round 3: Fury lands to the body to set up a nice combination upstairs and again Whyte is just where the champion wants him to be, on the end of peppering shots. Fury isn’t doing much but he’s putting rounds in his back pocket.

Round 4: Referee Mark Lyson has to get involved, warning Whyte for following in with his head and Fury for hitting on the break. The fighters exchange words. Is the love-in over? Whyte lands a left hook to momentarily discomfort Fury. Whyte gets a right through to Fury midriff but he’s cut!

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Round 5: Fighters having their strengths turned against them can be heartbreaking and Fury is landing more frequently to the body than Whyte here.

He’s into an easy rhythm which might not please a baying crowd but will get the job done at a canter. Whyte is coming forward in straight lines and seemed to be wobbled by a Fury one-two. This is one-way traffic.

Round 6: More meaty jabs for Whyte to swallow. It’s an unforgiving diet. He needs something akin to a Hail Mary punch to get through, but those advances are so easy for a man of Fury’s skill to pick off. Whyte lands to the body, but BANG!!!! Dillian is down and it’s all over!!!!!