Tyson Fury: I Know Chisora Will Definitely Fight Me!

By Edward Chaykovsky

Heavyweight Tyson Fury (21-0, 15KOs) believes a lot of heavyweights are ducking him - like Wladimir Klitschko, Deontay Wilder and David Haye. But if there is one heavyweight that Fury is convinced will actually get in the ring with him - that fighter is Dereck Chisora (19-4, 13KOs).

Fury has no doubt that Chisora would accept the opportunity to avenge his 2011 twelve round decision loss, when the clashed for the British/Commonwealth titles.

"I know one person who will definitely fight me and that's Dereck Chisora. I already whooped him once as Muhammad Ali would've said and hopefully he can give me a better fight this time now he's the European champion and he's got a bit more experience under his belt. I'd be looking to take that fight early in the year," Fury told Buncey's Boxing Podcast.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by La_Vibora on 01-08-2014

[QUOTE=johnnycontrolet;14109310]Klitschko ducking Fury? Fury is such an unbelievable braggart....Haye had more style in self promotion, Fury is just stupid.[/QUOTE] You know what? With some of the bums that Wlad has fought, I can understand why he would say that. Fury…

Comment by kafkod on 01-07-2014

Fury and Chisora are both a great deal fitter and better schooled now than they were in 2011. They were both around the same weight back then, but while Chisora has lost 2st of blubber, Fury, naturally a much bigger…

Comment by johnnycontrolet on 01-07-2014

Klitschko ducking Fury? Fury is such an unbelievable braggart....Haye had more style in self promotion, Fury is just stupid.

Comment by diarraisagod on 01-07-2014

[QUOTE=phatcatboxing;14108694]fury is a homophobic racist[/QUOTE] And this has what to do with boxing? On topic: Fury didn't whoop anything in their first fight, he narrowly beat an out of shape Chisora. Both guys have come on a long on a…

Comment by bojangles1987 on 01-07-2014

[QUOTE=Weltschmerz;14108621]Fury-Del Boy II should definitely be more worthwhile than their first outing.[/QUOTE] Agreed. Both are in much better places in their careers.

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