This Saturday, December 3 in London (England), British heavyweight Derek Chisora (33-12, 23 KOs) will make a third attempt to defeat his compatriot, the current WBC world champion Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs). The previous two ended in failure for Derek: in 2011 he lost on points, and in 2014 – TKO 10.
Now the underdog claims that he has become stronger over the past time and even – in his opinion – defeated the current unified division champion from Ukraine Oleksandr Usyk (actually not), with whom Fury is going to fight for the heavyweight absolute next year.
“Let’s call a spade a spade – I beat Usyk,” Chisora insists. – I knocked him down, but he was not counted. And you know, it’s a problem. So I just hope that the upcoming fight against Fury will be fairly judged. I have so much going on in this camp and I don’t want people to be prejudiced. I want people to come with a clear mind and be honest. Because I’m not going into the ring to lay down. And he definitely does too. So let’s be fair.”
- Tyson Fury – Derek Chisora: forecast and bets for the fight on December 3