Fury Bloodies Chisora And Calls For Usyk Undisputed Bout

Tyson Fury Continues his Reign as WBC Champion

Tyson Fury wins trilogy with Derek Chisora
Tyson Fury wins trilogy with Derek Chisora

Tyson Fury Dominates Derek Chisora to Conclude Their Trilogy

The United Kingdom boxing fans filed into Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to witness the trilogy between WBC champion Tyson “The Gypsy King” Fury (33-0-1, 23KOs) and two-time title challenger Derek “War” Chisora (33-13, 23KOs).

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Chisora is an ageless wonder in the sport. His career spans over 15 years. Furthermore, he always rises out of the ashes when it seems his career is over. His rematch victory over Kubrat Pulev for the vacant WBA International title opened the door for this opportunity. War is known to put on a good show and British fans will continue wanting to see him fight, regardless of the outcome.

Fury is waiting out the time to fight unified champion Oleksandr Usyk for undisputed. Of course, The Gypsy King has expressed not caring about undisputed, but fans believe he does. It is the one thing that’s missing on his resume. In their two previous meetings, Fury has won once by knockout and the other by decision.


Chisora came out like a caged animal, only to be tamed by the long jab of the WBC champion. Fury was hitting all the checkmarks: jabs, combination punches, movement, and uppercuts. The Gypsy King was timing the bobs and weaves of Chisora with perfect overhand rights and uppercuts.

Fury hurt the elder stateman with every crushing punch landed. It became clear it was only a matter of time before the fight was going to be stopped.

Chisora continued to fight hard, coming forward, but he couldn’t get out of the way of those punches raining down on him from the champion. Fury would pour it on, then back off, gauging to see if his opponent was ready to go. The Gypsy King was relentless with uppercuts and overhand rights that wobbled Chisora throughout the middle rounds.


In the championship rounds, the face of Chisora told the amount of punishment he was taking. The challenger’s right eye was closed and blood was coming out of his mouth; this fight needed to have been stopped by either the corner or the referee.

At the end of the ninth round, the referee spoke to War in the corner, telling him to show something or he would stop it. Realizing it was time to end it, Fury landed the right uppercut at will, followed by hooks to the body, and finished with a left hook that forced referee to call the fight.

The post-fight interview was a spectacle. The WBC champion singled out unified champion Oleksandr Usyk but was then challenged by top contender Joe Joyce. Whichever way Fury goes next, bank on him bringing the entertainment with him.

By: Garrisson Bland

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for 3kingsboxing.com as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."