Daniel Dubois believes Dillian White has a shot at defeating Tyson Fury.
The challenger is set to face his British rival and WBC heavyweight champion this spring – if the money issues can be settled.
Fury is undefeated in his professional career and won a stunning knock-out victory over Deontay Wilder on his final trip to the ring.
But British youngster Dubois says that White’s punching power gives him a chance to trouble him.
He told Lowdown: “Definitely Dillian’s got the chance for a puncture. Sure, he’s got the chance.
“He has worked his way up to a challenging position.
“I think Fury wins, though. I think he absorbs the punishment and continues, right?
“He has a heart, he really has a heart and he can really fight, but Dillian has a chance.”
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White is currently battling the WBC in court as he tries to split the 80-20 purse to fuel the fight.
The 33-year-old has been offered a minimum purse percentage, despite his status as interim champion and mandatory challenger.
The Body Snatchers team, which includes promoter Eddie Hearn, are outraged by the WBC’s decision and have launched another arbitration against them.
And Hearn expects that — now delayed by a week — to halt the purse bids that had been scheduled for Mexico City on January 11.
Fury’s UK promoter Frank Warren has revealed that the Gypsy King has decided to fight again on 26 March – with or without his belt – and claimed that White will soon have to decide whether to be his date. wants.