Fans Convinced Tyson Fury Gave Away His Tactics For Dillian Whyte Fight During Revealing Open Workout
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Tyson Fury appeared to give away his tactics for his heavyweight showdown against Dillian Whyte, revealing his potential approach during the open workout on Tuesday.
Fury went through his paces ahead of the defence of his WBC world heavyweight title at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
Interestingly though, the self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' did the entire session as a southpaw.
Traditionally an orthodox fighter, Fury hit the pads with trainer SugarHill Steward as a left-hander and looked very sharp.
🍿 Giving @DillianWhyte a glimpse of what's to come?— Frank Warren (@frankwarren_tv) April 19, 2022
🥊 @Tyson_Fury goes through a technical boxing session in the southpaw stance.#FuryWhyte | Saturday | BT Sport Box Office pic.twitter.com/6yH1L5rOrJ
Watching his son in action as a southpaw, John Fury remained tight-lipped - with SugarHill praising his fighter's ability to switch stances.
Fury boxing southpaw during the open workout didn't go unnoticed by fans on social media.
One Twitter user wrote: "Imagine he does beat Whyte southpaw."
A second tweeted: "Would be great if he knocks Whyte out boxing southpaw. Looking very sharp."
A third added: "He’s taking the Chisora 2 approach but with probably a bit more aggression."
Dillian seeing Fury training southpaw pic.twitter.com/owSprIaC6J— Nadim Haddad (@NadimElHaddad1) April 19, 2022
Hope Dillian Whyte has had some southpaw sparring partner's,Fury's public workout was lefthanded...👊👊 pic.twitter.com/u0nLZPatAz— Allan ley (@allanley29) April 19, 2022
Fury in a southpaw stance hitting the pads at the open workout.. interesting! #FuryWhyte— RBeauch Diáz (@RBeauch17) April 19, 2022
Fury boxing southpaw at the open workout. He won’t will he?— Bilal (@Billy__XVI) April 19, 2022
Running behind on the live feed …. Fury Boxing Southpaw. Bluff or Double Bluff?— leonTheCanteen (@leonTheCanteen) April 19, 2022
The 33-year-old will make the second defence of his coveted green and gold belt against Whyte in just a few days.
The blockbuster main-event headlines a sold-out show from Wembley Stadium, marking Fury's first fight on British soil since 2018.
Featured Image Credit: Frank Warren
Topics: Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte, Boxing
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