A big British heavyweight clash is set to take place on the 3rd of December, it is a trilogy fight of superstar heavyweight Tyson Fury against the veteran Derek Chisora. This all-British spectacle should close out the year in what has been an exciting year of boxing fans as Fury looks to end the year on a high and get three wins over a strong fighter in Derek Chisora. Many boxing fans will be disappointed that we are yet to see Fury vs Joshua, especially with all the talk that was happening about a fight being closed to agree.
The fight will be on the 3rd of December at the state-of-the-art Tottenham Stadium. The ring walk of Fury and Chisora will begin at 10 pm which is the standard walkout time in England. You will be able to watch the fight live on BT Sport Box Office with the WBC heavyweight championship being put on the line. The card is also filled with other talents such as Daniel Dubious who is fighting for the WBA World Heavyweight.
There was a bit of a scare for Tyson Fury fans as it looked like he was set to hang up the gloves and go into retirement after beating Dillion Whyte in the sixth round. While we are all disappointed that it is not the blockbuster Fury vs Joshua. Chisora will fancy his puncher’s chance against Tyson Fury who has been through a lot since they last fought.
But punchers chance is all that Chisora seems to have. We mean no disrespect to Chisora but we can’t see anything past a convincing Tyson Fury win again for the third time and this should just be treated as a tune-up fight for Fury as he probably has much bigger targets in his sights. The bookmakers seem to agree with Tyson Fury being a 1/16 favourite to win the bout at the time of writing this and it is no surprise to anyone in the boxing world that he is heavily backed to beat Chisora.
The first time that they fought, Tyson Fury was still coming up in the boxing world and was labelled an up-and-coming fighter. Chisora started the fight well but later took control of the fight and got the points decision. The rematch in 2014 was a lot more convincing for Tyson Fury as he dominates every round seriously hurting Chisora, the fight was retired in the 10th round as Chisora’s team had seen enough.
It is hard to say that we won’t see exactly the same this time around as Tyson remains still undefeated and in great condition whereas Chisora has only gotten older and the gas tank looks to be fading. Really this fight should not be taking place but Fury and Chisora believe that this will be a much closer fight than we believe.
Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3 Prediction
It’s hard to say anything but a Tyson Fury victory in this bout and it is going to be insanely one-sided in the favour of Fury.
We predict a Tyson Fury KO/TKO victory.
Tyson Fury is a world-class fighter who has beaten real heavyweight contenders & champions such as Klitschko and heavier puncher Wilder whereas Chisora is a level or two below. Chisora has a whole lot of heart and will always try to put up the best fight he can in the ring but the quality gap is just too big in this fight and we have seen them go at it twice before with the outcome being a Fury win so it will be no different this time round.
Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3 Betting Tips
In this fight, it is only a question about how is Tyson Fury going to win, there is no point in placing Fury to win outright as the odds are 1/16 meaning there is little to no value.
Tyson Fury 7 – 12 Rounds
As we have stated several times during this article, we believe it is going to be an easy victory for Tyson Fury but as you know he enjoys putting on a show so we can’t imagine that he’s going to try and clean out Chisora in the first couple of rounds even though he has the quality to do so.
Tyson Fury has won 3 of his last fights in the way of KO/TKO all coming in the latter stages except for Dillian White who he finished in the 6th. Chisora is extremely durable and many opponents have found him difficult to stop, we can’t see him giving up so early in the earlier rounds and he will want to take this fight as far as he can but the quality should start to show in the later rounds where it will be all too much for Chisora.
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