Will Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte Ever Come To Terms For A Fight?

Delayed again.

The purse bid for Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte has been pushed back for the fourth time. Whyte and Anthony Joshua have reportedly been offered step-aside deals to allow Fury and unified heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk to fight in a unification match, which could be the reason for the delay this time.

Both parties now have until Friday, January 28 to come to an agreement. If they’re still unable to strike a deal, a purse bid will be held at the WBC headquarters.

After the second delay, Eddie Hearn, Dillian Whyte’s promoter, said that a March fight date seemed impossible.

“Either March, April, early May potentially. This is the window for the fight,” he previously said.

Earlier this week, it seemed like the Fury-Whyte saga was somewhat solved after multiple UK newspapers reported that Joshua was going to accept step-aside money. But it wasn’t much later after the reports that Joshua took to social media and told his followers to stop believing that “bullsh–t.”

On Tuesday, Fury expressed his frustrations on Twitter and said he’s “sick of” Joshua and Whyte.

“I am sick of looking at these bums, sick of listening to their excuses,” he said.

“Is Dillian Whyte going to fight me? Is Anthony Joshua going to step aside? Tick tick tock. The time has run out of the bottle. You’re all getting a good hiding – cowards.”

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