It is clear that undefeated heavyweight champion Tyson Fury would prefer that Saturday's match against his former sparring partner Dillian White be boxing.

The match at Wembley Stadium in London will be Fury's first match in Britain in four years after a series of battles in the United States.

Boxing match sideshows have often attracted the same attention as fights, and this is no exception.

The Just-Friends vibe broke at Thursday's traditional pre-war news conference.

Fury's father and a member of White's team opened their mouths to each other as the warriors nodded for a photo opportunity.

"Calm down everyone," Fury shouted. "Bloody hell."