Tyson Fury prevails without surprises over Derek Chisora ​​by technical knockout and threatened Oleksandr Usyk

The British Tyson Fury returned from retirement and without any surprises beat his compatriot Derek Chisora ​​by technical knockout in the tenth round in a match that took place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. In this way, the Briton retained his world heavyweight belt and raised his record to 33 wins, one draw and zero losses.

It should be noted that of Tyson Fury’s 33 victories, 24 have been before the last round. As a special combat note, Fury launched a challenge to the Ukrainian Oleksandr Usik, with whom he hopes to fight a fight for the unification of the heavyweight belts.

Tyson Fury’s domain to Chisora

Tyson Fury remained dominant throughout the fight, constant punishment to Chisora ​​was the constant of the fight in which “The King of the Gypsies” was handcuffing his compatriot with the constant 1-2. Fury showed that he was back and ready to take on the challenge against the Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk.

With only 12 seconds left to finish the tenth round, the judge ordered the fight to be suspended and thus a new victory for Tyson Fury was completed. On the part of Derek Chisora, it sealed his 13th defeat against 33 victories, including 23 by way of chloroform.

In the end Chisora ​​posted a message through his Twitter account thanking his compatriot for the fight.

Tyson Fury’s challenge to Oleksandr Usyk

At the end of the fight, Tyson Fury made a call to the Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk for him to go up to the ring and from there he launched a strong threat: “You won’t be able to, little man, what are you going to do”, said the British before the challenging look of the Ukrainian.

In this way, expectations grow in the face of a future fight for the unification of the heavyweights between Fury and Usyk, something that all boxing fans are waiting for.

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