Via Charles Brun: Journeyman Dereck Chisora is still bitter about being fouled by Tyson Fury in two of their fights he lost badly. Chisora (32-11, 23 KOs) recounted that when he fought Fury, he was a “b****”, but now he likes him.
Chisora, 37, needs to focus on his bout on Saturday night, December 18, against WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker at Manchester Arena in Manchester, England.
If Chisora loses the rematch, his career, for example, will be pretty much over unless Hearn wants to continue taking him out to entertain the forebears. Parker beat Chisora last May with a 12-round decider in a smoldering bout of pain between two boxers who seemed to have washed up.
Chisora is a bit late complaining about Fury
Why is Chisora so upset about Fury’s foul behavior now, years after the two have fought? The time for Chisora to do a major work on Fury’s cheating was in 2011 and 2014 when he fought him, not now. Who cares?
Fury is at the top of the table, and it’s clear that he sometimes bends the rules. Chisora is shot to pieces and is fighting based on his achievements from many years ago.
If Chisora asked Deontay Wilder for his views on Fury’s foul, he could hear him saying little more than kind things. Fury threw rabbit punches a lot in his last two fights with Wilder and was disqualified due to lax refereeing.
Fury beat Chisora by a unanimous decision in the 12th round in 2011 and then stopped him in the 10th round in their unnecessary rematch in 2014.
It’s not clear why Fury would want to fight Chisora after the way he dominated them in the first fight.
You could argue this is one of the most pointless rematch you’ve ever seen, similar to George Foreman vs Joe Frazier . rematch.
A young Foreman knocked out Frazier in two rounds in their first fight in January 1973, knocking him out six times in the competition. Three years later, Foreman fought Frazier again, stopping him in the fifth round after knocking him out twice.
Fury punched Chisora as convincingly as Foreman did to Chisora, but yes, he did some delinquency with back punches, rabbit punches in the face, and oftentimes in the head.
Chisora is a bit late complaining about Fury
“The Tyson that I boxed at the time was a scam, basically. I called him ab*** at the time, but Tyson he’s a great guy now. I like him,” Dereck Chisora told DAZN.
“Probably just because he’s a billionaire – he’s a millionaire now.
“Old Tyson is an asshole. He’s a cheater. But that’s between me and him anyway. He knows what he’s done, and I don’t like it. “Chisora said.
Well, if Chisora wants a three part fight with Fury, he might need to tone down his criticisms and start flattering about how great he is. There’s absolutely NO reason for Fury to fight Chisora in the hills again as it’s not as if their two fights were controversial. Furthermore, the boxing public doesn’t want to see Fury beat an old laner like Chisora.
Fury wants to fight a leveled heavyweight opponent; he needs to face guys who have a chance to beat him a little bit. Chisora doesn’t stand a chance, as we’ve seen.
Dereck wants a three part fight with Fury
“Yeah, I’ll have another one with Tyson and another one with Dillian [Whyte],” said Chisora when told that Fury said he wanted to give him a three-part fight. “I will definitely have a second one with David [Haye].
“When that’s all said and done, we can all sit down, Dillian, Tyson, AJ, everybody in the same room and break bread together,” Chisora said.
Looks like Chisora is dreaming seriously. He will NOT hit a third fight with Fury, Dillian Whyte, or a rematch with David Haye, especially if he loses his rematch to Joseph Parker this Saturday.
Chisora thinks he deserves a win over Vitali Klitschko
“I won the fight, but they gave it to him because I slapped him,“Chisora talks about his title fight against Vitali Klitschko in February 2012.
“Do you know how much that slap cost you? It cost me hundreds of thousands of dollars,” Chisora said he slapped Vitali in a head-to-head match the day before their match, which he lost by a unanimous decision to lose in the 12th round.
Charles Brun just watched the Vitali Klitschko vs Chisora match, and I have to say there’s NO way Dereck deserved to win that match.
Even when Vitali injured his previously operated left shoulder in the second, he turned south and dominated Chisora with his right hand for the rest of the way.
You have to commend Klitschko for fighting southpaw a couple of times and using only one arm in the last ten rounds of his fight with Chisora. Many boxers can adjust and win overnight the way Vitali did, but he showed what a talent he is.
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