Chisora’s victory over Fury will be the biggest upset in heavyweight history – Haye


The WBC champion and one of the heavyweight leaders Briton Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) confidently defeated the popular but technically limited compatriot Derek Chisora ​​(33-12, 23 KOs) twice. But despite this, he will have a third fight with him – the fight will take place this weekend in London (England).

One of the few heavyweight and cruiserweight champions in boxing history, Briton David Haye believes that Chisora’s victory
will become the loudest upset in the history of the heavyweight division: “Perhaps, in this case, it really will be the most sensational result in the history of the heavyweight. For example, I find it difficult to find an even larger apset. Buster Douglas vs Mike Tyson? No, no comparison… Hasim Rahman or Oliver McCall vs. Lennox Lewis? Also not that. Don’t forget that Fury has already defeated Chisora ​​twice before. So the betting odds are understandably strongly in his favor. I think this is going to be the biggest heavyweight upset of all time.”

Tyson Fury – Derek Chisora: forecast and bets for the fight on December 3

Haye had previously defeated Chisora ​​by knockout, but he never met Fury – first he postponed the fight due to a cut he received during sparring, then he completely ended his career due to an injured shoulder.

David explains the whole secret of Chisora’s unsinkability: “I’ll tell you on the example of his fight with Carlos Takam. I do not hide, I bet on Takama, because by that time it already seemed that little was left of Chisora. And also for the reason that I had previously sparred with Carlos and knew that he was a stylistic nightmare for all boxers. The fight started the way I expected. But I did not take into account that Chisora ​​was simply born to fight in such battles, in such battles. Yes, it was a war! And he still managed to bring his overhand to the goal. It was a fight in which he seemed to have no chance … “

Meanwhile, Fury himself said that the underdog has a chance: “Yes, anyone can knock me out.” The champion plans to beat Chisora ​​and then go to the World Cup, and Derek’s critics are advised to “suck”. In the meantime, Chisora ​​ran into the fans no less rudely: “Close the havalniks and enjoy!”