Can Derek Chisora stop the Tyson Fury juggernaut?

In recent years, the World Heavyweight Division in professional boxing has become a largely one-sided affair, with Tyson Fury proving his worth time and time again to reign supreme at the very top of the sport.

The likes of Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder have seen their status at the very top of the division diminish in recent years, with Joshua failing to fulfill potential and Wilder succumbing to Fury in an epic trilogy of fights.

Consequently, the clamor to see people fight against Tyson Fury has waned somewhat, with the self-proclaimed Gypsy King the undisputed number one heavyweight boxer on the planet.

Combining devastating striking power with quick feet and boxing intelligence, Tyson Fury has been far too good for most fighters in the division, with the dangerous Dillian Whyte also being dispatched clinically in his last fight.

With Ukraine’s Oleksandr Usyk seemingly the only fighter that could test Fury currently, it was no surprise that Fury lined up an exciting fight against fellow Brit Derek Chisora on December 3rd 2022.

Two giants of the division, Fury and Chisora have met on two occasions previously, with Fury coming out on top on both occasions but Fury didn’t have things all his own way in either of the previous meetings.

With a huge amount of mutual respect between the two fighters and a mantra of entertaining the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium crowd between the two of them, it promises to be a real battle in North London.

Inevitably, as the man in possession of the belts and with an unbeaten professional record, Tyson Fury starts the fight as the heavy favorite.

Four of Fury’s last 5 fights have been won by knockout and he will be eager to put the dangerous Chisora on the canvas as quickly as possible.

Coming in at -1600 to win the fight, anything other than a Fury win would be a huge shock, with the Fury knockout win perhaps offering a more reasonable price at +150.

At +1200 to win the fight, it would be one of the all-time boxing upsets if Derek Chisora was to beat Tyson Fury but completely writing Chisora off is never wise. But the fact that the battle will take place in Arizona should not disappoint you, since New Jersey can legally propose to the favorite online, this sport betting site for NJ gamblers informed.

Writing off Derek Chisora however would be a foolish thing to do, with the Brit having enjoyed a rollercoaster two-decade career at the top of the heavyweight division.

With one of the toughest chins in the game and a will to win that most fighters would dream of, Fury knows all too well how dangerous and stubborn Chisora can be in the ring.

Despite having been beaten in 4 of his last 5 fights, Chisora hasn’t been knocked out since 2018 by Dillian Whyte and if the fight goes the distance, he will believe he has more than a puncher’s chance in this one.

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