According to the Gypsy King's promoter Frank Warren, Tyson Fury is eager to fight Dillian Whyte.

Fury, 33, will fight at Wembley Stadium on April 23 for the first time in four years.

A record British boxing crowd will descend on Wembley Stadium to see the duo battle for the WBC heavyweight title.

Additional tickets allocated by London Mayor Sadiq Khan will allow 94,000 fans to see Fury defend his WBC title against Whyte.

And Warren, who has promoted Fury since his return in 2018, expects him to shine against Whyte.

“Tyson is really chomping at the bit,” Warren told Sky Sports. On April 23, he wants to make a statement in front of a record crowd. "Tyson Fury is a first for this country."

“He just won a historic trilogy with the hardest hitting heavyweight ever. “He will put on a performance and offer every paying fan a night to remember,” Warren continues.

Like Warren, British boxing veteran Ricky Hatton, a friend of the Fury family, anticipates Whyte to have a rough day.

“Tyson, at 6ft 10in, is a giant. He's shown he can stand close and mix it up in previous fights. He can box southpaw, orthodox, close up, and he can box defensively.

“Dillian can't outbox Tyson, so there's no use in him trying. He has to go for the big one and try to knock it out. Tyson has been slapped a couple times.

“Dillian knows he can beat Tyson and land that.”

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