TOMMY FURY has tipped brother Tyson to blow an “average” Dillian Whyte out of the water in the first half of their domestic dust-up.
The Gypsy King will defend his WBC heavyweight title against his former sparring partner in front of a sold-out Wembley Stadium a week on Saturday.
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Tyson has vowed to knock the Brixton banger “spark out” – despite claiming to have no game plan for the interim WBC titleholder.
And little brother Tommy – who will warm up the Wembley crowd against Poland’s Daniel Bocianski – can’t see anything other than a short night at the office for the undefeated Tyson.
He told BT Sport: ” I feel like this fight will probably be over in rounds four to six.
“I don’t really see it going past that at all.
“But again, Tyson, you don’t know which one you’re going to get on the night.
“He might want to enjoy the crowd a bit longer, he might want a long fight, play up to the crowd a bit, soak it all in.
“You don’t know what you’re going to get [with him].
“This fight will end whenever he wants to end it. And that’s basically what it is.”
Love Islander Tommy sees Whyte as nothing more than a participant in Tyson’s long-awaited homecoming.
He added: “I’ve labelled this fight nothing more than a great homecoming for him.
“He’s been away boxing in the US, he gets to come back and box at home at a sold-out Wembley Stadium against an average opponent.
“I’m looking at Dillian Whyte have two very hard fights with Derek Chisora and I gave Derek Chisora the first fight, as many other people did.
“And Tyson already conquered Derek Chisora when Derek Chisora was undefeated and British and Commonwealth champion. That was years ago.
“I feel like Tyson is lightyears ahead in terms of skill, everything, in Dillian Whyte.
“I feel like Dillian Whyte is just an opponent on that night.
“But again, who am I to say. It’s heavyweight boxing, anything can happen. But that’s just my opinion.”
Fury’s clash with Whyte will mark his second defence of the WBC heavyweight title, which he first defended against Deontay Wilder last October.