- Tyson Fury is favored to beat Dillian Whyte with -650 odds.
- Fury is an undefeated 31-0-1 in his career.
LONDON, England – Tyson Fury will be back in action on Saturday night as he is set to take on Dillian Whyte inside Wembley Stadium in London, England. This will be just the seventh fight in history taking place at Wembley Stadium.
In the last two fights that have taken place in Wembley Stadium, the favorites have come out on top in Anthony Joshua and Carl Froch. As the odds sit right now on online sportsbooks, Tyson Fury is a super heavy favorite of -650 odds.
Tyson Fury Vs. Dillian Whyte Odds
- Fury -650
- Whyte +450
There should be no doubts as to why the boxing odds are heavily lying on Fury to come out on top.
Fury is currently the number six pound for pound greatest fighter in the world. He is also an undefeated 31-0-1 with the draw coming against his first fight with Deontay Wilder.
Dillian Whyte, on the other hand, might have shown some signs of slowing down after being knocked out in his second to last fight against Alexander Povetkin in 2020.
With Fury clearly far ahead of Whyte in terms of skill and where they are currently at in their careers, Fury’s odds could be considered easy money.
Fury Vs. Whyte Prop Bets
For those that plan on betting on Fury to win the fight, rather than taking his moneyline odds, there are different prop bets that could offer a much bigger payout.
Will The Fight Go The Distance? Odds
- Yes +176
- No -255
These odds could be considered easy money as well with Fury listed as such a heavy favorite and expected to be in full control of the fight from start to finish. In three of Fury’s last four fights, they have ended before the 12th round.
Fight Outcome Odds
- Tyson Fury By KO, TKO, DQ -160
These odds are the favorites amongst the fight outcome odds as Fury has also won three of his last four fights by knockout.
When Will The Fight End?
- Rounds 7-12 +125
These are easily the most valuable odds of the fight. While it is a safe bet to make on Fury to win, it should be known that he takes his time with his opponents and stretches out his fights. That said, five of his last six fights have come to an end between rounds 7 and 12.
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