In what he claims will be the final fight of his 14-year career, Tyson Fury will defend his WBC

and lineal heavyweight titles on Saturday against interim champion Dillian Whyte in London.

Few, of course, actually believe the 33-year-old Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs) will walk away for good, regardless of the outcome.

Still, the event is big enough (ESPN+ PPV, 2 p.m. ET) to warrant the attention of the entire sporting world

as the two hulking heavyweights square off in their home country in front of a U.K. record crowd of 94,000 at Wembley Stadium.

The fight will mark the first time Fury is fighting anyone else other than former champion Deontay Wilder since 2019.

It will also mark the first time Fury returns to fight in the U.K. since a 2018 win over Francesco Pianeta in Northern Ireland.

"Dillian Whyte is a good fighter," Fury said at Wednesday's final press conference.

"He is a good, strong, solid man. He's big, he's strong [and] he's tough. He's game,

he's got good power. He has knocked out a lot of men. He has had a good learning career, as well.

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