Dillian Whyte issues X-rated response to Tyson Fury's throwback photos

Fury continued his war of words with Whyte by posting old pictures of the pair together and the interim WBC titleholder has now fired back at his domestic rival

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Dillian Whyte has told Tyson Fury to “shut the f*** up” and sign the contract to fight him after he posted old photos of the two rivals together.

Fury uploaded the pictures of him and Whyte along with the caption: “Funny how people treat you when you are good to them, worlds gone mad.”

The pair have gone back-and-forth since Whyte was expected to be called to face Fury in a mandatory defence of his WBC heavyweight title.

The WBC delayed their decision to announce the fight last week due to Whyte’s ongoing arbitration case with the organisation.

And Whyte reacted to Fury’s post by writing: “Shut the f*** [and] sign the contract so I can smash your teeth in, stop b*******.”

Tyson Fury posted three old pictures of him and Dillian Whyte



Whyte hit out at the WBC for a recent news article which reaffirmed his status as mandatory challenger despite his current matter in the Court of Arbitration.

“They [WBC] announced it on their website that I’m the mandatory challenger and I’m Tyson Fury’s next fight,” he told Sky Sports.

“Fury has been mandated to fight me twice. He asked for the WBC ‘Diamond’ belt to fight me, but ran away when they agreed. He just keeps making excuses.

“Hopefully now he’s got no choice. What’s he going to do? Throw the belt in the bin and run away from more money than he got to fight [Deontay] Wilder?”

Fury put his trilogy with Wilder to rest last month having stopped the American to win the WBC title last February.

Whyte was scheduled to defend his interim title against Otto Wallin last month but a shoulder injury forced him out of the fight.

The undefeated Fury has threatened to ” sack ” promoters Bob Arum and Frank Warren and start his own promotional company if he doesn’t fight by the beginning of March.

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And whilst predicting that Whyte would be “an easy fight” for him, Fury also touched on a unification clash with fellow champion Oleksandr Usyk.

“I’m due an easy fight anyway, he [Dillian Whyte] would have been ideal really,” Fury told iFL TV.

“Heavy bag on legs is what I’m after to be honest. He’d have been the ideal candidate. I’m sure that he’s got his own legal situations going on and he’ll need to sort that out first.

“I’ll take the little cruiserweight guy [Usyk], I’ll show you how to give a little small man a good hiding. I’ll run him over. He’ll look like he’s been run over by an 18-wheeler, just like Deontay Wilder.

“But I’ll reverse back over him and run him over again. Too small.”

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