TYSON FURY has been accused of being a money eater for refusing to give Dillian Whyte a larger sum of their money.
The Gypsy King refuses to give his former battle partner more than 20% of their authorized Battle of England, that is ratified by WBC.
Brixton banger Whyte originally asked for a 40% split, which brother Dean believes is more than guaranteed as the WBC interim heavyweight champion.
I said Boxing Associationl: “Honestly, I think it’s a bit unfair. But following their instructions, as a rule, it goes up to 30%.
“And as the interim champion of the WBC it’s up to 45 or up to 55%.
“And when you take into account that Dillian is a pay-per-view fighter – he’s doing good numbers, selling out The O2 on multiple occasions – that shows he’s pretty much bought tickets and he He has a good fan base.
“So you want to look at all of that. We understand there’s a lot of money waiting, but again, Tyson Fury and his team always say, ‘Money isn’t the main focus of the game. I. I dedicate myself to charity.’
“And out here, you’re trying to squeeze someone else into the sport of boxing, just like you, who wants to get what they pay for and what they deserve.”
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Dean believes his brother would be foolish to accept the offer currently on the table as he would not be properly rewarded for selling the war.
He continued: “A lot of people say, ‘Oh, then Dill should take it because it’s the world title.’
“But you have to understand, that means he’s going to accept it and what he’s going to do is push this fight, make the pay-per-view as big as possible to get to Tyson Fury’s hands. For what ? “
A stadium showdown has been set up for the pair’s long-awaited warm-up, which Dean believes wouldn’t be a far-fetched possibility for Fury without his sibling. he.
He said: “If it’s a stadium fight, it’s a stadium fight because he’s fighting Dillian Whyte.
“Tyson Fury vs someone else, I’m not sure he sold 5000 tickets, not fun at all.”
Former F Unified Heavyweight ChampionUry plans to fight on March 26, with or without Whyte.
Promoter Frank Warren told iFL TV: “Tyson wants the fight to be by the end of March.
“As a team we are also looking at other situations. Whatever happens, he will fight on March 26, that is the goal.
“I won’t say where it is.
“We have a date here but it could be somewhere else. The fact of the matter is when he wants to fight.”
He added: “It has always been my dream to fight at Old Trafford.”
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