Fury: Chisora Dropped His Balls, Pure Sh*tbag like Haye!

By Edward Chaykovsky

As most can imagine, Tyson Fury is furious over Dereck Chisora's withdrawl from their scheduled rematch. The fight was only a few days away, set for this coming Saturday night in Manchester. It was announced earlier today that Chisora fractured his left hand and had to withdraw from the fight.

Fury's activity level has taken a real hit. After fighting three times in 2012, he only saw action once in 2013 and only one fight so far in 2014. Fury's luck has been terrible. David Haye withdrew from two scheduled dates, leaving Fury inactive for nearly a year. And Chisora withdraws, leaving Fury scrambling for a stay busy fight in the coming weeks. Fury previously won a decision over Chisora in 2011.

"[Chisora], don't even think of pulling out of this fight b*tch! Don't do a [David Haye]and be a sh*thouse c*nt. You'll be a laughing stock. [Chisora] is no better than David Haye, a pure sh*tbag! They [don't have] no injury. [He] dropped his balls. P*ssy p*ssy p*ssy," Fury said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Mike D on 07-22-2014

Fury got the best quotes in sports lmao

Comment by Straightener on 07-22-2014

[QUOTE=MisanthropicNY;14784051]I want to see the hospital records... this looks like another cowardly duck... smh @ these cowardly heavyweights... first Haye ducks Wlad for years and fights like a coward and then he retires instead of fighting Fury and now this...…

Comment by Andre Wardttke on 07-22-2014

[QUOTE=frosty-g;14784159]Anthony Joshua The next Pacquiao You heard it here first Damn[/QUOTE] Clearly not what I said at all. I said the chances of Joshua coming in as a late replacement for a Fury is as likely as Pacquaio coming in…

Comment by MMegatron on 07-22-2014

i'd love to see joshua decapitate him

Comment by paulf on 07-22-2014

Absolutely gutted for Tyson Fury. I don't believe that Haye or Chisora faked their injuries, to be honest. Chisora has no bigger payout as an alternative; this was going to likely be the last payday of his career. No way…

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