The expert clearly explained the feasibility of the third fight between Fury and Chisora


British boxing expert Gareth Davis clearly explained the feasibility of holding a third fight between compatriot heavyweights Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) and Derek Chisora ​​(33-12, 23 KOs) – they will fight on December 3 in London (UK), at stake Fury’s WBC title. Tyson won the previous two fights confidently.

Yes, boxing is a sport. But not only sports, but also business, –
recalls expert. — And at this level, it is primarily a business. That is exactly what happened. This is business. And who knows how to sell tickets better than Chisora? He always excels as a villain.”

Davis agrees that from an athletic standpoint, “This is a very strange fight. But the truth is that they have already sold a huge number of tickets. Do you know what the worst thing can happen? Chisora ​​can knock out Fury with one of his sweeping swings. He will fight as always – defending with a shoulder roll and trying to cut Tyson down with an overhand. I think it could be a fun fight.”

Davis agrees that “instead of Chisora, the rivals could have been someone else – Michael Hunter, Martin Bakole or Luis Ortiz. But in reality, he would have beaten them just like he was going to beat Chisora. And there is no doubt about the fortress of Fury’s beard – Deontay Wilder dropped him four times, but he got to his feet and continued the fight. Derek is not just a rival. He is a cult figure in boxing. This is the reason why this is still a good fight. Especially in December. Yes, this is not the Christmas present we dreamed of. Not the one the real old school boxing fans wanted.”

Davis believes that Fury’s fight with compatriot Anthony Joshua “would be a sight to behold. But I understand why promoter Eddie Hearn and the managers pulled out of the fight. They understand that Joshua can earn much more if he does not lose the third fight in a row (losing to Oleksandr Usyk twice in a row). But there was a risk that he would not only lose to Fury, but that he would be severely beaten by him.

Previously, Fury offered to fight his antagonist Joshua on December 3, but the parties did not agree and began to accuse each other of the lack of feedback. Yesterday, the YouTuber challenged Tyson: “Let’s fight! Now I’m a fatass too!” And the owner of all the other belts in the division, Alexander Usik, called Fury a wino and ran away, scratching his pants – there is a video.