Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte: Press conference start time and live stream

The two heavyweight rivals will get the chance to address themselves to the media for the final time ahead of Saturday's fight.

There are question marks as to whether Whyte will turn up for today's press conference at Wembley Stadium, but Planet Sport understands he will attend it after yesterday's no show at the public workout.

The 34-year-old has been unhappy over certain clauses in the contract he signed to face Fury but he landed in London on Tuesday ahead of their Wembley Stadium battle.

Fury will make the second defence of his WBC world championship and it will be the biggest post-war attendance for a boxing event in the UK.

British fans can watch it live on BT Sport Box Office for £24.99 while ESPN have the PPV rights in America.

Tyson Fury

Below, we provide you all of the information ahead of today's press conference.

What time will the press conference begin?

Frank Warren's press conference is scheduled for 14:30 BST from Wembley Stadium in London.

Who will be there?

Promoter Bob Arum is unable to attend following a positive Covid-19 test but UK promoter Frank Warren will host the press conference alongside Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte - who will make his first appearance on fight week.

How can I find a live stream?

The press conference will be live on YouTube via Frank Warren's Queensberry Promotions channel. It will be live from 14:15 BST. 

Farewell fight for Fury?

Tyson Fury

The 'Gypsy King' is adamant this will be his last fight in the ring.

"That's it. Get a good victory here on Saturday night, relax, sit back and enjoy life. I am loving every second of it," said Fury.

"It's been a long old journey, ups and downs in my career, lots of ups and downs. I'm coming up to 34, 20 years as a boxer, that's enough for anybody. There's plenty of other stuff I need to do like look after my kids and wife and enjoy them.

"We will put on a good fight and leave it all in the ring, I will be leaving every ounce of strength and energy I have in my body in the ring on Saturday night.

"The rest of it is God's will, so if it is written in the stars on Saturday night then guess what Frank Warren? We will have a drink after the fight to a very successful night and career. That's it."

What has Whyte said?

"I am very confident in beating him. It will be good to shut a few people up man. It will mean everything to me," said Whyte. "I am a guy who as a kid had no future, no education, no family. I am a survivor. I have been on the streets since I was a child.

"I have come from nothing. I had no backing, no support and I didn't even go to school, so I did not do sports at school.

"For someone like me to come from where I have come from and to be world heavyweight champion of the world, that is true inspiration," added Whyte. "That is real inspiration. Not someone who has come from a boxing family, or someone who has gone to the Olympics and been in the Olympic bubble."

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