In a dark place and away from the ring for two years, Fury considered suicide. A religious epiphany paved the way for his return to the ring.A few wins set up his first fight (a controversial draw) with Wilder. Fury hammered Wilder in the rematch. Their third bout, predominantly dominated by Fury, produced five knockdowns.
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Chisora is dreaming of a different outcome. ”The end goal, I have to take what’s his and make mine,” said Chisora at a press conference last month. “That’s my whole agenda. So what’s his I have to make it mine. Physically, mentally, I have to come and take it off him.”
It’s fair to ask why heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is fighting long-time contender Dereck Chisora for the third time on December 3rd at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in Tottenham, Eng. The simplest answer is that it’s a money grab. Fury is likely giving his old foe a severance package as he fades into oblivion whilst Chisora has earned it. Fury and Chisora were undefeated prospects when they first met 11 years ago but that has all changed now but, how do the Best Boxing Sportsbooks rank them?
Chisora asked for and received a rematch in 2014 and he entered the bout a winner of five in succession. He then exited the bout as a punished victim of Fury’s dominance. Even back then, the talk from some was Chisora should retire. But quitting is the last thing on his mind, in or out of a boxing ring. The Zimbabwe native is gutsy as hell. He’s fought virtually all the top heavyweights in the division. The losses have been tough, but Chisora,38, is a survivor.
Figuring out what Tyson Fury wants is always a challenge. Fury said he was done with boxing after stopping Dillian Whyte six months ago. He changed his mind four months later and then, on his birthday, retired again.
“Massive thanks to everyone who had an input in my career over the years,” said Fury on social media last August. “And after a long hard conversation, I’ve finally decided to walk away” A month later, he was back. Fury is certainly not the first or last fighter who will retire and make a comeback, but walking away from something you love while still, a young man has to be tough. Fury told George Sessions of The Independent, “But, without boxing,” Fury told George Sessions of The Independent, “I just felt I didn’t have any purpose in my life anymore.” Is this him being brutally honest?
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