We are now one week away from the biggest fight of the year and you can still secure your tickets at TicketPort today! The capacity for the blockbuster has been increased to 94,000 which will set a record for a sporting event at Wembley Stadium. Only limited tickets and hotel packages remain on TicketPort, secure yours today - pitch seated tickets start at £355, cheaper than anywhere else!
At Wednesday's press conference Dillian Whyte accused Tyson Fury's dad, John, of trying to 'rob 90,000 fans of a fight' after the pair collided. The Gypsy King and The Body Snatcher were in good spirits as they met for the first time ahead of their record-breaking showdown at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night - but a melee almost broke out after John started yelling at Whyte's team, notably his brother Dean.
The full undercard has now also been released which will see Tyson's younger brother Tommy Fury in action. The 22-year-old is scheduled to take on Daniel Bocianski in his eighth pro fight. The full fight list for the night is as follows:
Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte (WBC Heavyweight Title)
Anthony Cacace vs Jonathan Romero (Super-Featherweight)
Tommy Fury vs Daniel Bocianski (Light-Heavyweight)
Isaac Lowe vs Nick Ball (Featherweight)
David Adeleye vs Chris Healey (Heavyweight)
Kurt Walker vs Opponent TBC (Super-Featherweight)
Karol Itauma vs Michal Ciach (Light-Heavyweight)
Royston Barney-Smith vs Jahfieus Faure (Super-Featherweight)
Hotel packages for Fury v Whyte on TicketPort include those with a nights stay at the Hilton London Wembley 4* Hotel, just steps away from the stadium! Nearby Hilton Park Royal 3* and Hilton London Ealing 4* packages are also available, check out the full details on the TicketPort listings. If you fancy staying somewhere more central to London we also have availability at The Gantry London, Curio Collection by Hilton 4*. Hotels in the Wembley area are now almost completely available, so don't miss out on a chance to make a weekend of the biggest fight of the year. Secure your tickets today!
Fury took aim at Whyte for refusing to attend the opening press conference ahead of their world heavyweight title showdown. Whyte, who is currently preparing for the fight out in Portugal, turned down an offer to fly to London by private jet on Tuesday and officially unveil his clash with WBC champion Fury, having been left incensed with his 20 per cent cut of the fight purse.
'Bodysnatcher' Dillian Whyte signed the contract to fight WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury just hours before the deadline ensuring Wembley Stadium will host the huge heavyweight showdown on Saturday 23rd April. London's Olympic Stadium and Cardiff's Principality Stadium had been in contention to stage the contest but lost out to the home of England's national football team.
Both tickets and hotel packages are on sale now at TicketPort, secure yours today and don't miss out on the fight of the year!
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