Xavier Miller, trainer for heavyweight contender Dillian Whyte, believes his fighter will be ‘too much’ for WBC world champion Tyson Fury.

Fury will make a mandatory defense of his title against Whyte on April 23 at Wembley Arena.

For Whyte, this will be his first ring appearance since March of 2021 - when he stopped Alexander Povetkin in their rematch.

And Fury is back after his sensational knockout win over Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight - which took place last October.

Whyte, who two fights ago was knocked out cold by Povetkin, is a tremendous underdog in the fight.

However, Miller is anticipating a big upset win.

“I just think that Dillian is going to be a little bit too much for him. I think that Klitschko was right at the end of his career. Even though it was a fantastic win, it’s not a fight anyone is going to go on YouTube and watch again. It was awful, let’s be honest. It wasn’t a good fight, but Tyson has actually become a fan-friendly fighter now," Miller told Talk Sport.

“The Wilder fights were a couple of decent fights, so he has been in a couple of decent fights and I will watch them back. I think that is why this is the best time to have this kind of fight. Dillian likes to be in exciting fights, Tyson seems to be going that way now. I respect him, he’s skilled. He’s been boxing a hell of a long time so he knows exactly what he is doing. I think he found the right dance partner in Deontay Wilder, but Wilder is not Dillian."

Fury has a very good chin. He managed to recover from four knockdowns at the hands of Wilder, who most view as the biggest one-punch hitter at heavyweight.

Miller explains that Whyte's power is just as dangerous as the arsenal possessed by Wilder.

“Dillian can take you out with one shot as well. Even up to this date, no one has put Dereck Chisora out with one punch. Dereck has been in with everybody and been hit with a lot of clean shots and a lot of guys have not been able to budge Dereck. Dillian done it with one punch," Miller said.

“So with Dillian again, the power is real. I’ve been with Dillian for about two years now and I want him to be a more complete fighter, so that’s what I have been working on with him. He’s an even more dangerous fighter so, to me, yes Wilder has a right hand and it is real and I respect it, but Dillian has a lot more tools in the box. It’s a different puzzle for Tyson, there’s going to be a lot for him to deal with."