The yellow card for Tyson Fury’s WBC/Lineal/Ring Magazine World Heavyweight Championship colliding with challenger Dillian Whyte on Saturday, April 23 has now been issued, preceded by a return to the ring. by British lightweight champion, Anthony “The Apache” Cactus.
In addition, it has been confirmed that 4,000 additional ticket is now set to go on sale tomorrow, making Fury-Whyte the record-breaking sporting event held at Wembley Stadium connected by EE.
Cacace (19-1, 7 KOs) returned to action to successfully defend his first title against Lyon Woodstock last August. The Belfast-born will battle for the vacant WBO International title in 10 rounds against Colombian-Colombian Jonathan Romero (34-1, 19 KOs), former IBF children’s featherweight world champion.
In a 10-round support match where fireworks are guaranteed, the empty WBC Silver featherweight title will come when Tyson Fury teammate Isaac Lowe (23-1-3, 6 KOs) takes on Nick Ball , Liverpool’s hometown unbeaten (14-0), 7 KOs.
The winner of this prestigious belt will be launched into the WBC world rankings.
Ladbroke Grove heavyweight opponent David Adeleye (8-0.7 KOs) will hit his ninth and second round as a professional against Stockport’s Chris Healey as he wraps up the title fight.
Invincible Tommy Fury (7-0, 4 KOs) will continue his light heavyweight journey through six rounds with Polish veteran Daniel Bocianski (10-1, 2 KOs).
Pay-per-view live coverage in the US will begin at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT.
Before the pay-per-view TV show started, the highest-contracted Irishman Kurt Walker (1-0, 1 KO) would compete in a featherweight four-round bout against a named competitor.
Frank Warren, who is promoting the show alongside Bob Arum’s Top Rated, said: “I’m excited to finally be able to reveal what will be a competitive card to support a big name that we all have been waiting for.
“I truly believe that as soon as Anthony Cacace gains some momentum in his career, he already has what it takes to win a world title and winning the WBO International belt will help him. firmly on the track. But he faces a dangerous and experienced opponent Jonathan Romero and will need to be at his best tonight.
“I’m looking forward to seeing our man Nick Ball get a chance to really show himself on the big stage in front of Tyson’s sidekick, Isaac Lowe, and it must have been an intense fight. The WBC Silver title on the rope will send the winner to the world finals in featherweight.
“Big David Adeleye, a frequent partner of Tyson, will add the heavy theme of the night and will enjoy the big stage.
“I am delighted that Tommy Fury will be sharing some of the bright spots with his big brother after missing his big fight last year due to illness. If Tommy continues to win and continues to shine, his big opportunities will soon come.
“I would also like to welcome Kurt Walker, the Irish Olympic athlete registered to the Top Rank, to the card.”
INCREASE WEMBLEY POWER FOR TYSON’S BIG NIGHT
Fury-Whyte will now be witnessed first-hand by 94,000 fans after the local government issued an additional 4,000 tickets.
The Brent Council has now approved an additional 4,000 tickets available as trainer packages that will go on sale at noon on Wednesday, April 6, exclusively from Ticketmaster.
90,000 people was already a record for boxing but, as it was in demand, Queensberry and Top Rank, along with our host Wembley Stadium, have asked permission from Brent Council to increase capacity to the largest capacity allowed. seen at a sporting event in the national stadium since it was rebuilt in 2007.
The initial 85,000 tickets were sold out within three hours of going on sale, followed a week later by 5,000 additional initial tickets that were also sold alongside the coach tour.
“I’m glad we can now provide an additional four thousand tickets for fans to see the biggest boxing event ever held in this country,” Warren said. I know this can’t meet the huge demand, but we’re determined to have as many fans as possible attend Tyson Fury’s big home game.
“I would like to thank Brent Council for making this happen, along with our event partners at Wembley Stadium, and on 23 April Wembley and the Brent county will be was shown around the world.”