By Edward Chaykovsky
Irish heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, who handed Dereck Chisora the first loss of his pro career, expects former WBA beltholder David Haye to repeat the same move by winning a decision on July 14th in West Ham.
He told The Sun: “I see Haye winning on points. Chisora has a decent chance but it depends if Haye comes for a fight or not. That is not the strategy he needs to take into the ring. As long as Haye comes to box and not go toe to toe, he will beat Chisora comfortably.”
Fury sees Haye as the actual puncher, not Chisora. He says Chisora is not the monster hitter that some people believe he is.
"Chisora has to hit you with five, six, seven shots in a row before he hurts you, before the ref is forced to jump in and stop the fight. Chisora is good when fighting at close range and I expect it to be another cagey fight like the one against Klitschko.”