SugarHill Steward reveals Tyson Fury has no game plan for Dillian Whyte
"Tyson doesn't have a plan."
Trainer SugarHill Steward revealed Tyson Fury (31-0-1 boxing record) does not have a game plan to beat Dillian Whyte (28-2-0 boxing) ahead of their April 23rd showdown at Wembley Stadium.
The Gypsy King puts his WBC heavyweight title on the line against 'the body snatcher.' Fury is hard at work in his training camp and has come off all social media out of respect for Whyte.
SugarHill Steward on Tyson Fury's game plan.
Steward kept his cards close to his chest when he disclosed the game plan for Whyte suggesting Fury will do "whatever he feels."
Th3 47-year-old trainer said "Tyson doesn't have a plan." He claimed Fury will act upon the information given to him during the fight.
Fury is considered a strong favourite to win, however, Steward knows how one punch can change everything, especially at heavyweight.
"Tyson is just whatever he feels, I don't know what the opponent, Dillian, is thinking. Maybe he has a plan when he sees him," Steward told BT Sport.
"Tyson doesn't have a plan. It's just whatever feedback he gets from the person in front of him is where he'll go from there.
"Listen, this is the heavyweight division, the most exciting division in boxing. Everybody has a chance."
Steward on how the fight will play out.
Steward was adamant about a knockout victory for the Gypsy King when he gave his fight prediction.
The American detailed the varying sparring partners brought in to face Fury. Mimicking the opponent is only an aspect of what Steward asks them to do.
Steward held back once more when he discussed his strategy, but then claimed there is "some kind of science to my madness."
"Knockout. Knockouts always, knockout time. Every fight, I'm preparing Tyson to knock somebody out," Steward added.
"We bring in the proper sparring to sometimes simulate the opponent, but just to give different looks as well. So it's not just to have different sparring that's mimicking the opponent.
"I don't want to go too deep into my strategy and my bag of wisdom, but there is some kind of science to my madness."
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