by Joe Delaney, courtesy of The Daily Star
TYSON FURY insists he will quit boxing if he loses to Dereck Chisora.
Motormouth Fury, 23, challenges the British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion on Saturday night.
He has won all 14 professional fights, but a first defeat at Wembley Arena would be disastrous.
“My career would be over,” said Fury. “If I can’t beat Chisora I have no right being a professional boxer. If I can’t beat Chisora I’m going nowhere.
“I see Chisora as a bum. If I lose to Chisora I’m an even bigger bum, so I’m definitely going to pack it in and try a different job.
“He’s fought a washed-up Danny Williams and Sam Sexton he had already beaten before. I just see him as an easy challenge.
“He doesn’t possess massive power, he doesn’t possess a great work rate, and he can’t beat me.”
Tyson Fury v Dereck Chisora is live on Channel 5 this Saturday at 10pm.