Fury and Whyte weigh in at combined 37 stone before dancing together on stage in bizarrely friendly final face off

Fury and Whyte weigh in at combined 37 stone before dancing together on stage in bizarrely friendly final face off

TYSON FURY and Dillian Whyte danced together after weighing in ahead of their clash tomorrow night.

The Gypsy King, 33, looked relaxed and carefree as he went face to face with Whyte for the final time.




Whyte seemed in good spirits as he took off his cap to swap with Fury, before shaking hands and dancing with the world heavyweight champion.

And neither could stop themselves from breaking out into a little jig on stage before saying farewell to one another.

Fury towered over Whyte when they faced up and the Gypsy King also weighs more, coming in at 18 st 12 lbs.

That means Fury has failed to deliver on his promise to fight at his heaviest weight ever, but is still bigger than Whyte's 18 st 1 lbs.

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Fury wanted to be a man mountain for what he claims will be his last ever fight as a professional boxer before retiring.

At the very least he said he would come in at 276 lbs but has fallen considerably short of that target.

Fury was at his heaviest in his third and final fight with Deontay Wilder, weighing 277 lbs against the Bronze Bomber.

Frank Warren, who is promoting the fight, tweeted after the weigh-ins: "🕺 Just Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte dancing their way to a Wembley Stadium mega-fight."

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Wembley is sold out for the all-British heavyweight showdown and is set for a record 94,000 attendance.

Fortunately, the weigh-ins were all good-natured after Fury's father John almost came to blows with members of Whyte's team at the pre-fight press conference on Wednesday.

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