Heavyweight contender Otto Wallin is pounding the wall to get a rematch with WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.

Back in 2019, Wallin lost a twelve round unanimous decision to Fury.

During the fight, Fury suffered a severe cut above his right eye. There was tension regarding the bout being potentially stopped by the ringside physician - which would have given Wallin a TKO win since the injury was caused by a punch.

Since suffering that loss, the first of his career, Wallin has won four bouts in a row.

Wallin was shocked to see the recent chatter regarding Fury facing Derek Chisora in a trilogy fight.

Chisora ended a three fight losing streak in July, when he picked up a hard-fought decision win over world title challenger Kubrat Pulev.

Fury holds two decisive wins over Chisora - and now wants to face him for a third time at the end of the year. At the time moment, the two sides are far apart on money, according to Chisora's promoter Eddie Hearn.

If a deal is reached most observers expect a one-sided fight, including Wallin. 

"I deserved it with my performance in the first fight. I landed more punches on Fury than anybody has in his whole career. I cut him badly in two places and the fight could have easily been stopped. In fact, if I had those cuts the fight would for sure have been stopped. When I fought Fury I had never been on that level before and I had only fought one round in 18 months prior to that fight. Now I’ve gained experience in fighting Fury and winning four other fights after that," Wallin told Lord Ping.

"I’m a better fighter now than what I was in 2019. It’s simply not a competitive fight [between Fury and Chisora]. Fury has already beaten Chisora twice and once stopped him. You can’t compare my fight with Fury with Chisoras two fights."