Fury has claimed that Whyte has demanded a new payment to attend a press conference to promote their heavyweight clash this month after the contract period passed.
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Tyson Fury offered Dillian Whyte 47p after he claimed that his opponent had asked for money to attend a press conference to announce the fight.
‘King of Gypsy’ was ordered to defend his WBC title against the next Whyte with the match taking place on 23 April at Wembley Stadium.
It is not yet clear if contracts have been officially signed for the bout but Fury has now stated that Whyte came up with a new financial need.
Fury recorded a message for Whyte on social media, shouting: “I just heard that little sausage sound. Dillian Whyte want to pay to attend a press conference. Silly greasy hot dog, you’re getting it [a fist]coward. ”
He then continued: “Hi guys, just a little quick. I’m setting up a Just Giving page for Dilian Whyte so he can show up for the press conference and I’ll donate first.
“I’ll give you 47p, you’re useless.”
Fury has continued to pursue Whyte relentlessly on social media amid uncertainty over their illustrious heavyweight tilt.
Frank Warren won bids to host the event with a bumper offer of £31m overcome rival bids from Eddie Hearn, who is representing Whyte.
Whyte has remained mostly silent since the tenders took place just post a blunt two-word message on social media.
Fury has slammed Whyte’s stance on the potential contract but he appears ready to accept the fight despite being unhappy with the financial reward.
The purse split is declared 80% in favor of the champion with Fury set to career-high £20m with his rival set to earn £6m.
His opponent has not fought since his revenge failed defeat to Alexander Povetkin last March but is understood to be training ahead of the clash.
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Fury has stated that he will not enter the clash with a game plan and is ready to fight at all costs to ensure victory.
He also boldly predicted that he would chop Whyte “like a tree”.
“I just think he’s an average guy who looks pretty heavy,” Fury said. “6 feet three inches, 245 pounds, slow legs, slow arms, and average strength.
“Speaking of tailoring for a gifted boxer like me, I should cut him down like a big old tree like cutting through real cheese.”
An additional incentive will be given to both gladiators of the night with a portion of the money retained and given to the winner as a reward.
ONE Special ‘British themed’ belts were also made by the organization to celebrate the event will also be awarded to the final champion.
The winner of the clash has the ability to set up an undisputed potential clash against the winner Anthony Joshua’s rematch with Oleksandr Usyk will take place soon after.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/boxing/tyson-fury-dillian-whyte-update-26276460 Tyson Fury makes '47p' offer for 'sausage' Dillian Whyte after fresh claim made