TYSON FURY has called Dillian Whyte a ‘s***house’ and told his fellow Brit to ‘sign the contract or jog on’.
The deadline for their WBC heavyweight world title clash is by the end of play today.
Tyson Fury has warned Dillian Whyte to sign the contract or ‘jog on’
Whyte is only getting a 20 per cent share of the total fight purse
The purse is heavily weighted towards the champ Fury, who will take an 80 per cent cut.
That has not gone down well with Team Whyte, but after years of angling for a world title shot, it would still come as a surprise if he passes up the opportunity.
Now Fury has posted a video on his Instagram Stories reminding Whyte that the clock is ticking to agree their fight.
The Gypsy King said: “Today is the final day for signing the contract you big dosser.
“So get it signed s***house or move on. Jog on you muppet, come on son, get out the way, stiff arse.”
SunSport has exclusively revealed that Whyte is set for a big-money deal even if his grudge match with Fury falls through.
Victory on the BT Sport show will land 34-year-old Whyte £9million and the WBC heavyweight title.
But defeat could damage his brand ahead of a potential move to Hearn’s DAZN streaming app broadcasters in the future.
WBC mandatory challenger Whyte has so far resisted signing on the dotted line – much to the frustration of Team Fury.
SunSport understands Whyte’s long-time promotional partner Hearn has an attractive back-up plan on the table.
The Matchroom boss – who has his shows broadcast on streaming app DAZN – wants to keep one of his star attractions away from Warren and his BT Sport backers.
But only a guaranteed rematch with Anthony Joshua and perhaps a third clash with fans’ favourite Derek Chisora could make up for a WBC world title shot and £6million basic purse for challenging Fury.
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