Dereck Chisora ​​Sent Contract To Tyson Fury Fight

Via Charles Brun: Eddie Hearn said Derek Chisora ​​was contracted to fight WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in a clash in December. Chisora ​​(33-12, 23 KOs) was another name in the fight. Fury’s fight on December 3.

The other name that has been removed is Manuel Charr; a boxer ranked #19 WBC. No wonder Hearn sounds disgusted by the whole mess and huge waste of time he and Anthony Joshua are all about.

It’s unclear if Fury seriously wants to fight 38-year-old Chisora. But with little time left before his December 3 battle, you have to believe he’s serious about fighting Chisora.

It’s shocking that Fury ruined his chance to fight Joshua by settling two deadlines for the bout. Fury’s promoters should have told him to back off and let them do their job because he’s a useless third wheel in negotiations.

On Friday, Derek Chisora ​​received a contract for the Tyson Fury boutt So another boxer,” Eddie Hearn told iFL TV. “So in our minds, he [Fury] not fight Anthony Joshua”.

You have to wonder what Fury’s appeal is when it comes to fighting Chisora. Fury can pick the top contenders in the tournament, starting with Joe Joyce. He didn’t need to stoop to the point of fighting Chisora ​​or Manuel Charr.

For Fury rallying from the bottom rungs of the division’s ladder suggests that there’s a confidence issue with him. Perhaps Fury is worried about receiving punishment ahead of his undisputed February or March clash with the IBF, WBA & WBO champions Oleksandr Usyk.

“Don’t blame Anthony Joshua for Tyson Fury unplugged twice in this fight; Hearn said we sent back the final version of the contract. “They came back with the score, and we were told that the fight was over by the man himself.

“AJ is training and still getting ready for that day, and we’ll see what happens.

“Bob Arum gave an interview two weeks ago, saying there is absolutely no possibility of this war. Now obviously, there’s no barrier, and it’s my fault.

If you ask Bob Arum what day it is, there’s only a 50% chance he’ll get it right.

“We always wanted to fight on December 17. We accepted on December 3 because they finally gave us terms on a date they thought we wouldn’t accept. We have accepted. We are ready to go.

“If they had signed on Monday, they would have had a fight. We were asked to agree to the deal on Monday. We were then asked to agree to a deal on Wednesday.

“We received comments back on Wednesday. We will never sign the war, and we have been told that the war is over.

“It’s still there; it’s still open for discussion, but we’re not going to be playing a game with a newcomer who shows up, tells AJ, ‘Off’ and that he’s a team, and he has to sign it. Fight if you want to fight others, and we’ll do our thing and we’ll see what happens.

“In my view, Joe Joyce is being used as a sort of bait in the whole thing. I said last week that if Tyson Fury is looking for an opponent, why not fight Joe Joyce? It’s the same camp. Joe Joyce was apparently asked to come out, “Yeah, I’m not going to fight you, Tyson, but I’ll be available for AJ.” That’s a bull.

“We will see what happens in the next few days. AJ is still ready for December. We’ll see what happens,” Hearn said.


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