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Tyson Fury: Chisora Would Spark Anthony Joshua Out!

Tyson Fury's ring return will be against American Joey Abell after original opponent Gonzalo Omar Basile pulled out with a lung infection. Fury has waited almost 10 months for a heavyweight fight after David Haye pulled out of two scheduled bouts and he will face Abell at the Copper Box Arena in London on February 15. The Minnesota man has 28 knockouts in his 29 wins, but has lost three of his last five fights.

Exciting prospect Anthony Joshua continued the perfect start to his professional career with a fourth straight knockout win over Dorian Darch on Saturday.

Promoter Eddie Hearn has talked about moving Joshua swiftly towards the likes of Dereck Chisora and Fury and the Wilmslow man has mocked these ambitions.

Fury said: "I really hope that Eddie Hearn doesn't start getting ahead of himself and start trying to match him for titles or putting him anywhere near Dereck Chisora as he's foolishly talking about cos he'll get sparked out. He's another I want to see get fed easy fights, built up to 20-0. If he gets beat any time soon, there's no mega payday for me down the line. He'd be easy lolly."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Ray* on 02-09-2014

Why would Chisora KO Joshua? He is a seasoned pro who has stepped into the ring with bigger and better names, Anthony has just started out and has not really grow yet, Fury is stating the obvious here.

Comment by J-champ on 02-09-2014

Anthony Joshua has a way to go before a Chisora bout but I would like him to take on Hughie Fury.

Comment by Thurman on 02-09-2014

[QUOTE=micky1971;14219104]the only mega payday this pikey cunt was ever gonna get would have been against david haye where he would have been knocked the fack out very quickly.[/QUOTE] Have to agree, it wouldn't have lasted four rounds. I'm happy Haye…

Comment by micky1971 on 02-09-2014

the only mega payday this pikey cunt was ever gonna get would have been against david haye where he would have been knocked the fack out very quickly.

Comment by PainfromUkraine on 02-08-2014

[B][SIZE="4"]'Tyson2FASTfury'[/SIZE][/B] :lol1::lol1::rofl::rofl: I think Tyson has definitely been spending '2' much time with 'Fast' Eddie Chambers...

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