Frank Warren defended the price of the Fury Vs Chisora 3 pay-per-view match this past Saturday night, claiming that the entire card offers good value to punters.
The Queensberry boss was grilled by Simon Jordan when he was quick to remind the public that they were under no obligation to buy tickets or buy pay-per-view.
above talk sportsWarren says:
“No one is forcing anyone to buy anything. We gave value, there was a big fight between Daniel Dubois and Keven Lerena. There was a really good European title fight between world-ranked Denys Barinchyk and Yvan Mendy as well as some good young players.”
“After all, nobody puts their hand on anyone’s back and makes them buy anything.”
😡 Simon: “You fight and charge the highest, that’s not right.”
🎟️ Frank: “Well, no one is forcing anyone to buy tickets, Simon!”
🤦♂️ Simon: “Everyone is going to see Fury lick the stamps right now!”
Simon Jordan and Frank Warren get mad over Fury vs Chisora! 🔥 pic.twitter.com/J1E1M3okBa
– talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) December 5, 2022
The fight was as many expected, with Fury dominating the situation more or less from start to finish and Chisora incurring constant punishment before referee Victor Loughlin benevolently stopped the contest in the tenth inning.
Negotiations with unified world champion Oleksandr Usyk for an undisputed match in 2023 are said to be progressing well, and Ukrainians confront Fury after battle as ‘King of Gypsy’ roars obscenities in his face.
Also present in the aftermath of the fight is Joe Joyce, who defeated Fury and Usyk and viewers are left to stare at the three bizarre men. Fury said ‘The Juggernaut’ will be the one to take the call if the fight with Usyk doesn’t get the pencil.