Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte: Fighters set for all-British heavyweight world-title showdown

On Saturday night, Wembley Stadium will host one of the biggest all-British heavyweight dust-ups in history

The 34-year-old was aggrieved by his share of the purse, but the topic of who is earning what and the politics involved can now be put to bed, with the focus firmly on who will come out top

Joe Bugner's narrow victory over the popular Henry Cooper over 15 gruelling rounds at Wembley Arena in 1971 was watched by millions on terrestrial television

While 26,000 fans in Cardiff witnessed champion Lennox Lewis knock out national treasure Frank Bruno in 1993.

The fight has been somewhat overshadowed by Fury's links to Daniel Kinahan, who last week was among seven people hit with worldwide financial sanctions by the United States

He's a good fighter," Fury says. A good strong solid man. He's big, small, strong, tough, game.

He has good punch with good power, he's knocked out a lot of men.

A victory for Whyte would not only stun the boxing world, but he will announce himself as one of the biggest draws in heavyweight boxing.

Fellow Briton Joshua is expected to rematch WBA, WBO and IBF champion Oleksandr Usyk this summer and both Haye and Parker would like to see the winner of Fury-Whyte challenge for the undisputed clash.