British heavyweight contender Dillian White believes that WBA, WBO and IBF world champion Anthony Joshua and WBC title holder Tyson Fury will have an equal chance of winning the upcoming unification.
“Joshua is strong, he has good speed. He showed strength by coming back when he was shaken by other fighters. He lost by knockout to Andy Ruiz, but in the rematch he showed his flexibility without risking at all.
Fury is very agile and has good reflexes. He moves well as a big guy, but I’m not sure if he is physically stronger. True, it is taller, heavier and has a larger arm span. Fury is one of those guys that you predict defeat, but then he makes a comeback. He coped with the difficulties and confidently defeated the fighters with whom he was not put on. Fury drew a fight with Deontay Wilder, then said he would knock him out next time and did it.
I believe they have a 50/50 odds as they are similar in many ways, both are able to adapt and modify their styles depending on the opponent. So it is very difficult to say who will win. The fight can be very fun or very boring if they try to act technically and wait for each other’s actions, “Dillian White told the BBC website.