Tyson Fury – Dillian Whyte: the WBC heavyweight champion no longer masturbates – Boxing

Clash of two heavyweight monsters at Wembley Stadium in London!

Next Saturday (April 23), English boxing world champion Tyson Fury (33/WBC) will face his compatriot Dillian Whyte (34) in front of a record crowd of 94,000 spectators.

And with BILD TV, you can be there live. At 10 p.m., the big “BILD Fight Night” begins on television. You can also follow the fights live in the stream with a BILDplus subscription (from 7 p.m.).


Fury is undefeated so far (31 wins). Before his last fight against Deontay Wilder in October 2021, the Briton explained that he gave up certain things in order to be fully there at the right time. Including beer, junk food, sex and masturbation.

Prior to his knockout victory in the second duel between the two in February 2020, Fury had used a completely different tactic. At the time, the steam chat revealed that he masturbated seven times a day to “maintain testosterone”.

Fury’s plan at the time was, “I keep all the built-up energy in the tank, then take out all of my opponent’s aggression on fight night.”

It worked: Fury beat Wilder with an eleventh-round knockout.

Will Whyte fight be Fury’s last? The conqueror of Wladimir Klitschko (46 years old) recently announced: “150 million dollars on the account. In good health. Young. I’m going to buy a huge yacht overseas. I stop, I go out, it’s my last fight. I have enough.”

See Tyson Fury live in the ring for the last time? This is only possible with BILD next Saturday.

You can watch these fights LIVE with BILDplus

WBC World Heavyweight Championship: Tyson Fury (England) vs Dillian Whyte (England)

WBO International Super Featherweight Title: Anthony Cacace (Ireland) – Jonathan Romero (Colombia)

medium-heavy: Tommy Fury (England) – Daniel Bocianski (Poland)

WBC featherweight silver title: Isaac Lowe (England) – Nick Ball (England)

Heavy weights: David Adeleye (England) – Chris Healey (England)

super featherweight: Kurt Walker (England) – Opponents always open

medium-heavy: Karol Itauma (England) – Michal Ciach (Poland)

super featherweight: Royston Barney-Smith (England) – Jahfieus Faure (England)

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