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Chisora: Before I Was at My Worst, Now I'll Destroy Fury

By Edward Chaykovsky

Dereck Chisora (20-4, 13KOs) has promised to punish and humble domestic rival Tyson Fury (22-0, 16KOs) on July 26th at the Phones 4u Arena in Manchester. Chisora's EBU heavyweight title will be at stake, and the vacant British crown as well. Chisora wants payback for his twelve round decision loss to Fury in July of 2011. Chisora has won five in a row, including four by knockout, as he enters the fight.

“He needs to remember that I’m the Champion coming into this fight, I hold the European title, he’s the challenger. I was at my worst when we fought and he couldn’t stop me.  I’ll be coming in bang on 17st and I’ll have fitness and power.  I’ll destroy his body and go hunting for his head.  He’d better be fit and ready for what I’ve coming for him,” Chisora said.

“Tyson needs the publicity, he has to do things and say things that get people talking about him to make him feel important, he still feels he has to prove things to people.  I don’t feel that need I’ll let my fists do the talking and I’ll destroy Fury in just the same style you see now, cool, calm and collected.

“There’s a lot on the line in the fight, he took my titles and unbeaten record last time, but things are different now three years later.  Manchester is going to buzzing on the night, it’s going to be a great great fight and a Dereck Chisora victory.”

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by FrankieBruno on 05-07-2014

If Fury fights with maturity, i see him taking it but if he does stupid antics, he may get caught by del boy

Comment by beez721 on 05-07-2014

[QUOTE=Sroey;14523976]An in shape, focused Chisora will beat Fury this time. I like Fury, he has skill but is a slow starter and emotionally he is unstable whereas Chisora seems in the zone for this one. I think Chisora will have…

Comment by diarraisagod on 05-07-2014

[QUOTE=Sroey;14524236]haha guess I'm in the minority on this one then! Just something telling me not to bet against Chisora this time...[/QUOTE] Nah, my money is on Chisora too. Fury wasn't convincing against Chisora last time out, and Chisora looked like…

Comment by johnnycontrolet on 05-07-2014

Chisora needs mental help, the guy is nuts and everybody in the business knows it. Fury wins easily but before the fight Chisora will freak out again...

Comment by ScottWeiland on 05-07-2014

[QUOTE=skinnystev;14524178]pity pure pity thats all one can feel for chisora at this point pure pity[/QUOTE] And contempt and utter disdain towards Fury ? [QUOTE=TGD;14524204]Chisora won't see past 6 rounds. Fury is in top shape already, sparred 20 rounds with the…

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