Tyson Fury gave a phenomenal beating to Derek Chisora, retained the crown and challenged Usyk again

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First act: Derek Chisora challenge Fury of Tyson and the World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight world title fight is armed. Tenth round, referee Victor Loughlin stops the fight at Tottenham Hotspur stadium, London. What is the show called? The Gypsy King he kept his crown.

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Thus, Tyson Fury extended his undefeated career as a pro after one fight without equivalences in which the judge made the right decision by stopping her when the round was dying: although Chisora ​​​​surprised with some good shots at the beginning, she no longer showed any signs of reaction after the punishment received. Thus ends the third confrontation between the two which completes a triad of triumphs that began in 2011 and continued in 2014.

Fury had to wait until the tenth round for his rival’s stamina and courage, which suffered an avalanche of blowseven if he never resigned. Indeed, the challenger got off to a good start, with a pair of right hands to Fury’s face in several rounds. But Fury won and inevitably took control with his uppercut. “What a fighter, what a warrior,” acknowledged the champion, still in the ring.

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Chisora ​​got off to a good start with his right swing in the opening seconds, after which the gypsy king punished with the 1-2, good uppercuts and a left hook in the corner that he sat Derek on the ropes.

The world champion rocked Chisora ​​with a good forehand and was even better in the third, with good combinations that extended the champion’s lead in the judges’ standings.

In the fourth and fifth rounds, Tyson agreed to the rival; he limited himself to confirming his favorable difference, most of the time from afar. With sixth also in his favor, he went into the middle of the fight by a large margin in favor of him.

The seventh started off lackluster, with holds. In the final minute and a half, Fury did some damage with a left hook and pressed on to win.

Furia punished with more combinations and left Chisora ​​in very bad condition, who, tired, ended the ninth round with his right eye closed, due to the punishment.

With 12 seconds left in the tenth, the judge stopped the fight, which meant Chisora’s thirteenth bust, with 33 wins, 23 on the fast track.

The champion added his 33rd win in 34 fights, with only one draw. Now awaits a unification fight for the WBA, WBO and IBF titles with the Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk, who was present at the stadium and who provoked from the ring and in front of 60 thousand people: “Usyk, you are next on the list, “he told him with microphone in hand.

“You’re a kid and I’ve already beaten a Ukrainian (Vladimir) Klitschko, so now it’s your turn, you little bitch,” Fury pitched to him, live on BT Sport. All, ahead of Joe Joyce, another British heavyweight.

“We’ll meet again,” Usyk promised him, right before his eyes, in what should be the first unification fight for an English heavyweight since Lennox Lewis, as he battles another Briton, former champion WBA Anthony Joshua, IBF and WBO, never staged.

In the same evening, another Ukrainian, Denys Berinchyk, imposed himself as European lightweight champion by snatching the crown from the Frenchman Yvan Mendy, in his first defense, after defeating him by unanimous decision (117-112, 116-112 and 115 – 112) after 12 laps.

Source: ANSA

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