Tyson Fury – Derek Chisora ​​Preview

Tyson Fury will face Derek Chisora ​​on December 3, 2022 at the Tottenham Hotspur Arena. The first is the owner of the WBC heavyweight title, and the second owns the WBA International belt. This full-time confrontation will be the third for the fighters. If you are a boxing fan and want to make money on this event, download the application and place a bet.

The pair’s favorite, of course, is the undefeated Irishman. However, Tyson should not underestimate the talkative “war”. The Zimbabwean is considered by some to be a “bag” who needs to retire, but surprises often happen in boxing, so don’t discount the underdog.

Tyson Fury

“Gypsy King” has not suffered a single defeat in his professional career. At the same time, for 14 years in the pro ring, the Irishman fought 33 battles. After a draw with Deontay Wilder in December 2018, Fury defeated Tom Schwartz and Otto Wallin. Then, in two consecutive battles, Tyson knocked out the “bronze bomber”. Now the Gypsy King will try to defeat an opponent whom the native of Greater Manchester has already managed to beat twice.

A fighter fighting in a versatile stance should not experience difficulties with an opponent who is not the most formidable. However, the favorite should not be raised before the start of the battle.

Derek Chisora

Del Boy is a heavyweight veteran. By the age of 38, a native of Zimbabwe managed to fight 45 times in the professional ring. Having won in 33 fights (23 knockouts), Derek suffered 12 defeats. Since 2019, the southpaw from London has had seven fights and won four times. Having defeated Senad Gashi, Arthur Shpilka and David Price, the Briton lost on points to Oleksandr Usyk, and twice on points to Joseph Parker. In the last fight, Chisora ​​was stronger than Kubrat Pulev by unanimous decision.

“War” knows how to put on a show, but Derek is unlikely to be able to oppose Fury at least something. Success for the Londoner will last the whole distance.

Our forecast

In 2011 and 2014, the “gypsy king” defeated the current opponent twice. Those battles were not easy for the Irishman, but Fury looked more confident. Since then, “del fight” has aged significantly and has become less hardy. Tyson’s early victory looks like the most logical option here. It will be great if the outsider of the pair lasts more than six rounds.

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