Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte hugged and swapped hats like reunited friends, but the British rivals have declared their desire for a brutal world title fight at Wembley.
Fury’s WBC belt and unbeaten record are at stake when he shares the ring with Whyte in front of an estimated 94,000 crowd – a post-war British record – at the national stadium.
Whyte’s combustible temper has not flared in fight week, while Fury has resisted the temptation to taunt his latest opponent, but grins and handshakes will be replaced by glares and flailing fists.
“I’m very chilled and very relaxed,” Whyte told Sky Sports. “Probably more chilled and relaxed than I’ve been for previous fight build-ups. But it’s been good.
“I’m calm, but the good thing about me, I don’t need to be all aggy and frustrated, because it takes me a split second to turn nasty when I need to, so I don’t need…