The simulated fight was created to see who would come out on top between the two UK greats.
LONDON — World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury retained his WBC title with a brutal sixth-round stoppage of fellow Briton Dillian Whyte in front of more than 94,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
A right uppercut from Fury sent Whyte to the canvas and the champion raised his right hand in celebration. Whyte, who appeared to lose a tooth from the mighty punch, got to his feet and tried to show he was ready to continue but then staggered, leading the referee to end the fight.
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In the fight, there is not much that separated the pair after round one, however, it is noticeable that Fury is taller than Whyte which may give him a slight advantage.
At the end of round two, Whyte looks in control and managed to land some big body shots to Fury. The Gypsy King throws the odd jab, but he is mostly defending that round.
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