Tyson Fury has ended a one-sided beatdown of compatriot Derek Chisora in a 10th round stoppage, before letting rip at rival boxing heavyweight world champion Oleksandr Usyk. Fury put on a masterclass against Chisora in front of 60,000 fans packing Tottenham Hotspur's North London stadium.
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The giant Brit kept Chisora at range as he peppered him with thumping right hands, behind the jab. Fury was popping in the jabs freely in the second round, with Chisora unsteady on his legs in the third when both fighters tumbled accidentally to the canvas.
During commentary, former champion David Haye claimed Fury was in "total dominance". Chisora's eye started to close and in the 10th the referee finally had enough of the beatdown and called the fight.
The pair exchanged pleasantries in the ring as the two champions fought valiantly. However, the boxing world lost it when rival heavyweight world champion Usyk stepped in to the ring.
Tyson Fury calls out Oleksandr Usyk
Fury called rival Usyk to the ring, before embarking on a wild rant.
"Where's Oleksandr Usyk, the rabbit?," Fury yelled. The pair came face to face as the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO champion entered with a steely look.
"Hey rabbit, you're next," screamed Fury. Me and you ... I'm going to write you off. I've already done one Ukrainian (Wladimir) Klitschko and I'll do you as well. You ugly little man. Let's get it on."
Fury kept going. "You may laugh now, but I will end this little sucker. End you. End you! End you!" he said.
“What are you gonna do? You’re gonna do something? Are you gonna do something? You’re gonna do f**k all. You’re gonna do f**k all, you little sausage.”
Usyk smiled, saying nothing in reply. Heavyweight Joe Joyce also entered the ring and the trio were all squaring off in a bizarre scene. The fans went wild at the exchange as boxing prepares for a unifying heavyweight title fight.
"I needed some rounds," Fury said after the fight. "I felt good in there tonight, I was landing my jab and landed some good punches. I take nothing away from Del Boy 'War' Chisora. He's an absolute warrior and it's been a privilege to fight him three times.
"We've had three epic fights and what a tough man. I was hitting him with shots there that would knock anybody else spark out and he stood up to every one of them."
Fury, 34, took his unbeaten professional record to 33 wins and a draw as Chisora, 38, suffered a fourth defeat in his last five fights and 13th in 46 career bouts.
The champion also beat Chisora comfortably in their previous encounters in London in 2014 and 2011 and Saturday was really a filler before a much bigger potential fight next year, probably in Saudi Arabia.
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