Tyson Fury has earned over £200,000 per punch from each of his last two fights

Tyson Fury has reportedly earned more than £200,000 per punch in his last two fights.

These figures have come to light ahead of his blockbuster fight with Dillian Whyte at Wembley where 92,000 spectators will flood north London to watch the superstar boxers. The British rivals will go head-to-head tonight, with the fight expected to start around 10pm.

The Gypsy King is returning to fight in his home country for the first time since 2018 with the spotlight being put on the heavyweight boxer. Punters Page has now gone back through Fury's last ten bouts to look at how much the 33-year-old has earned per punch in each fight.

Betting site The Punters Page has released figures that show how much Tyson Fury has supposedly earned per punch in each of his last 10 fights. According to the website Fury has earned a total of £122,839,600.00 across his last 10 fights, landing a total of 1077 punches.

10) Francesco Pianeta (18/08/2018)

Earnings: Unavailable

Punches landed: 107

Earnings per punch: Unavailable

Despite the earnings being unavailable for this fight, The Punters Page has said they could estimate that Fury earned less per punch for his second comeback fight which went the distance and where Fury landed more punches than any of the other nine fights.

9) Sefer Seferi (09/06/2018)

Earnings: £2,000,000

Punches landed: 49

Earnings per punch: £40,816.33

The comeback fight for Fury, after three years out of the ring he returned and made easy work of Sefer Seferi who was retired in his corner.

8) Christian Hammer (28/02/2015)

Earnings: £5,000,000

Punches landed: 112

Earnings per punch: £44,642.86

Before his fight with Wladimir Klitschko, Fury had the challenge of getting through Christian Hammer which he duly obliged to set up his first world title shot.

7) Otto Wallin (14/09/2019)

Earnings: £13,890,250.00

Punches landed: 179

Earnings per punch: £77,599.16

A tune-up fight that was supposed to get Fury ready for his rematch with Deontay Wilder, the Gypsy King had to work harder than he may have expected after suffering a nasty cut to the eye early on. It was the most punches Fury had landed from any of the fights on the list.

6) Wladimir Klitschko (28/11/2015)

Earnings: £7,718,875.00

Punches landed: 97

Earnings per punch: £79,576.03

It might be surprising to see this fight so far down on the list when Fury went to Germany and took all the belts from Klitschko. It was a masterclass on the night from Fury and he’s certainly earned his money since this night.

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5) Derek Chisora (29/11/2014)

Earnings: £12,000,000.00

Punches landed: 127

Earnings per punch: £94,488.19

In his rematch with Derek Chisora in 2014, it was the most money Fury made per punch prior to becoming Heavyweight Champion. Fury was dominant on the night before Chisora was retired in the corner.

4) Deontay Wilder 1 (01/12/2018)

Earnings: £12,377,875.00

Punches landed: 84

Earnings per punch: £147,355.65

Many said it was too soon for Fury to take this fight and they may have been right when he was knocked down in the 12th round. However, he picked himself off the canvas to arguably win the fight but had to settle for a draw on this occasion.

3) Deontay Wilder 3 (09/10/2021)

Earnings: £30,295,000.00

Punches landed: 150

Earnings per punch: £201,966.67

The end of the trilogy, Fury beat Wilder convincingly in the rematch and this bout was no different, although he did have to pick himself off the canvas. It was the most punches landed on Wilder in the three fights.

2) Tom Schwarz (15/06/2019)

Earnings: £7,957,600.00

Punches landed: 37

Earnings per punch: £215,070.27

Surprise entry in the number two spot, but it was a pay-per-view event which didn’t impress, this was probably the easiest payday of Fury’s career having to only land 37 punches to put Schwarz away.

1) Deontay Wilder (22/02/2020)

Earnings: £31,600,000.00

Punches landed: 135

Earnings per punch: £234,074.07

Unsurprising to see that Deontay Wilder was the opponent in the top spot, Fury completed the comeback from his troubles in style as he beat the previously unbeaten Wilder for the WBC belt by TKO.

All stats were taken from boxstat and sportspayouts.

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