Watch Dillian Whyte’s reactions to Tyson Fury’s win vs Deontay Wilder as he urges ref to stop fight and slams decisions – The Sun

DILLIAN WHYTE claimed that he's "going to get it on" with Tyson Fury after watching the Gypsy King's stunning win over Deontay Wilder.

The Body Snatcher chose not to make the trip to Las Vegas to witness his fellow Brit stop the Bronze Bomber in the seventh to claim the WBC heavyweight title.

Instead, Whyte teamed up with Sky for a Gogglebox-type video alongside Johnny Nelson in which the two filmed their live reactions to all the fight's dramatic talking points.

The 31-year-old starts by stating that "Wilder makes a lot of technical mistakes" as he commends Fury's tactic to rush in from the beginning.

Whyte also seemed very impressed with his compatriot's aggression and powerful jab in the opening two rounds.

He said: “See, when Fury does the jab, Wilder goes to his left all the time. Fury can walk him into the overhand right. He will walk right into it.”

Whyte was proven right as the first knockdown of the fight came in the third round, as a swift combination from the Gypsy King sent the Bronze Bomber crashing to the ground.

It looks like me and Fury’s going to get it on then

And the gleeful Brixton Banger moved to the edge of his seat and boomed: “That’s a knockdown”, as he started a fist pump and celebrating as the referee gave Wilder a standing count.

Whyte continued: “He’s gone. He’s gone. He’s gone. Go on son!”

The Body Snatcher then joked that Wilder's trip in the fourth round should be classed as another Fury knockdown.

He added: “Yep. Knockdown again. Knockdown! Ah come on he clapped him. It’s a knockdown. Fury is breaking him down properly boy.”

However, Whyte soon turned serious in the following round as he claimed that the fight should have been stopped in the fifth because Wilder was "taking too much punishment."

He also called the referee's decision to take a point off Fury later as "nonsense", while Nelson called the Gypsy King a "dirty dog" for LICKING the Bronze Bomber's blood.

Yet after the fight was waved off, Whyte broke out in a smile before saying: “It looks like me and Fury’s going to get it on then.”

The Villian has been the number one contender and mandatory challenger for the Gyspy King's new WBC belt for over 1,000 days but still hasn’t received a title fight.

SunSport revealed he had been forced into a fight against Alexander Povetkin after Andy Ruiz Jr dodged him to face veteran Luis Ortiz.

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