Whyte won't lose his rights to fight Fury due to injury
Dillian Whyte (28-2, 19 KOs) will not lose his rights to fight Tyson Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs) despite cancelling his fight with Otto Wallin. The Briton suffered a hand injury and it is not yet known if the fight will be rescheduled for another date or if Whyte's team will immediately begin negotiations with Fury.
November 10 is the date by which Fury could theoretically sign a contract to fight Alexander Usyk for a unification bout for all four main heavyweight titles. Otherwise, the WBC will oblige Fury and Whyte to start negotiations.
Whyte holds the WBC interim belt and Fury is the full champion. Their fight could take place in the spring in the UK.