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Fury vs Chisora

Here’s how Indy Sport broke the news that Fury was in talks to fight Chisora, back in August:

Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora in talks over potential fight this December

A third clash between the British heavyweights is being discussed, The Independent understands

Fury vs Chisora

With Fury being a superior technical boxer to Chisora, the “Gypsy King” is expected to fight behind his jab and outfox his compatriot with his movement tonight. Perhaps Fury will up the aggression as the fight wears on.

Meanwhile, does anyone expect Chisora to do anything other than give it to Fury straight, like a pear cider that’s made from 100 per cent pears?

Fury vs Chisora

“One of Tyson Fury’s most advantageous traits in the boxing ring, and most enthralling out of it, has always been his unpredictability. The ‘Gypsy King’s ability to awkwardly outbox opponents has perhaps only ever been matched by a similar capacity to outfox them verbally, and to stay several sizeable steps ahead of the masses.

“The Briton must hope, however, that his in-ring aura endures, because its equivalent out of the ring is starting to slip away.

“At October’s press conference at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, hours after it was confirmed that Fury would fight old foe Derek Chisora at that very venue on 3 December, the WBC heavyweight champion came face to face with his challenger.

“And while the eccentricities were as evident as ever, the excitement was absent, for Fury might as well have been reading from a script – continuing to play his part in a much larger work.”

Here was Indy Sport’s reaction when Fury vs Chisora was announced:

Tyson Fury is losing his greatest asset – his unpredictability

Thursday’s announcement of a fight with Derek Chisora was frustratingly predictable, as was the way in which the subsequent press conference played out

Fury vs Chisora

The first result of the night is in the books, as Isaac Lowe beats Sandeep Singh Bhatti via decision after six rounds of boxing!

Fury vs Chisora

Here’s this evening’s fight card in full (subject to change):

Tyson Fury (C) vs Derek Chisora (WBC heavyweight title)

Daniel Dubois (C) vs Kevin Lerena (WBA Regular heavyweight title)

Yvan Mendy vs Denys Berinchyk (lightweight)

Karol Itauma vs Vladimir Belujsky (light-heavyweight)

Hosea Burton vs Reinis Porozovs (cruiserweight)

Isaac Lowe vs Sandeep Singh Bhatti (featherweight)

Royston Barney Smith vs Cruz Perez (super-featherweight)

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Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3 card: Who else is fighting?

Fury vs Chisora

Here’s Steve Bunce on tonight’s heavyweight title fight:

“Forget friendships, previous fights and form because Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora have agreed a secret deal to stand and fight tonight. It would be nice.

“Fury and Chisora have fought twice, both for the British heavyweight title, and Fury won both times; Fury on points in 2011, and in 2014 Chisora was pulled out at the end of 10 rounds. They have a rivalry and they also have a friendship.

“The fight this evening is for Fury’s WBC heavyweight title and 60,000 people have bought tickets at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium; in April, Fury fought and won in front of 95,000 at Wembley. They are astounding numbers.

“Fury and Chisora arranged the fight a few months ago during a phone call. Fury needed an opponent and Chisora wanted the fight. This week they have been respectful, embraced, shook hands and, at the same time, insisted that they will put on a real show. They shook hands on delivering ‘something unforgettable’.”

More here:

Can Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora put on a real show?

When Fury needed an opponent, Chisora picked up the phone. The heavyweight champion is the overwhelming favourite, but this is not a comedy fight

Fury vs Chisora

Tyson Fury defends the WBC heavyweight title against Derek Chisora at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tonight.

The Britons have fought one another twice before, with Fury beating his friend on points in 2011 before claiming a TKO victory in their 2014 rematch.

The undefeated Fury, 34, later held the WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles before a two-year hiatus from the sport gave way to a comeback and his current run as WBC champion, a status he retained by knocking out Dillian Whyte in April.

Meanwhile, 38-year-old Chisora is 33-12 as a professional and most recently beat Kubrat Pulev via split decision in July.

Tyson Fury faces off with challenger Derek Chisora at the weigh-ins for their title fight

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