Dillian Whyte: I don’t like sparring stories… but I dropped Fury on multiple occasions

Dillian Whyte has reiterated his claim that he floored Tyson Fury when they sparred as young professionals.

Midway through last year, Fury and Whyte exchanged words about the times when they trained together, both offering different versions of events.

Dillian Whyte: I don't like sparring stories… but I dropped Fury on multiple occasions

Whyte holds the WBC ‘interim’ belt and is mandatory for Fury

When asked to recall the sparring story, Whyte initially told Sky Sports: “Tyson Fury can tell it.

“I’m not one for going around shouting sparring stories, Tyson Fury can tell you guys what happened.

“I’m not one to go, ‘I done this, I done that.’ He’s the one who come out and said he beat me up in the gym and stuff like that.

“I can tell you now, that didn’t happen. I don’t like telling sparring stories but people on the grapevine know.”

Dillian Whyte: I don't like sparring stories… but I dropped Fury on multiple occasions

Fury is WBC heavyweight champion of the world

However, when pressed for more information, Whyte opened up and said: “Well me and Tyson Fury sparred, but I bashed him about and dropped him on multiple occassions, it’s simple as that.

“If I was such an easy fight, why is he not in any rush to fight me?

“He said before beating Wilder, ‘When I beat Wilder, I’m gonna give Dillian Whyte his title shot after beating Wilder.’

“He just talks rubbish. I’m just sick and tired of it.”

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