#Boxing Today || Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte Time ,News And Tickets
Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte are about to clash in one of the most-anticipated boxing bouts of 2022 when they meet in a title scrap on April 23.
Fights rarely command a crowd vast enough to require London’s Wembley Stadium as a setting, so it is a measure of the magnitude of the encounter that Fury and Whyte have been booked for their country’s largest venue.
Here’s the key ticket information ahead of an all-British contest that looks like being one for the history books.
Fury vs. Whyte ticket prices
When tickets went on sale at the start of March 2022, Fury’s first fight in England since he beat Sefer Seferi at Manchester Arena in 2018 cost punters a minimum of £55 (around $71) to attend.
Flusher fans were given a range of more expensive options, rising up to around £2,000 ($2,567) for ringside seats and hospitality packages at the iconic venue.
Are Fury vs. Whyte tickets still available?
Fans were clamouring for tickets before they went on sale, and it swiftly became clear that snapping one up would be as likely as locating gold dust.
Date: April 23
Start time: 2 p.m. ET card (ring walks for main event approx. 5 p.m. ET)
Location: Wembley Stadium in London
How to stream: ESPN+ PPV for $69.99 in the United States; BT Sport PPV for £24.95 in the UK.
Odds via BetMGM
Tyson Fury -500 vs. Dillian Whyte +325 for the WBC heavyweight title
Isaac Lowe -125 vs. Nick Ball +110
David Adeleye -300 vs. Chris Healey +1200
Tommy Fury -3000 vs. Daniel Bocianski +1400
Seats were sold out within hours, making the fight one of the most popular ever in the UK – and official vendors Ticketmaster say that tickets are no longer available online.
As of Saturday morning, secondary resale site StubHub only has a handful of tickets for sale – the cheapest being a nosebleed for £241 including fees. The next cheapest, in the lower tier, is at £840.
How many tickets were sold for Fury vs. Whyte?
The initial capacity of 85,000 tickets for the fight sold out within hours, leaving promoter Frank Warren a happy man after he won the purse bid to put on the showpiece.
That was expanded to 90,000, and reports say that around 94,000 tickets could ultimately be sold in an increased capacity at the national stadium.