It’s official people. Tyson Fury will fight Derek Chisora for a third time on December 3rd at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the WBC World Heavyweight Title. We’ve done an early preview of the fight and taken a look at the odds.
The Trilogy is ON 💥@Tyson_Fury. @DerekWarChisora. December 3rd. @SpursStadium | BT Sport Box Office pic.twitter.com/Acj6Gpomt6
— Boxing on BT Sport 🥊 (@BTSportBoxing) October 20, 2022
Well here it is, the fight no-one asked for and no-one wanted – apart from perhaps the two fighters themselves.
We were tempted with Fury vs Usyk, then it seemed certain that Fury vs AJ was virtually done and finally we get Fury vs a man he’s already comprehensively beaten twice and who he called a Journeyman over 10 years ago.
An early look at social media and boxing forums, gives you an indication of just how unpopular this fight is amongst fight fans.
Where and when is the fight taking place?
The fight is happening at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on December the 3rd (brrrrrrrr…wear a big coat guys) and will be broadcast live on BT Sport Box Office. The event will be a co-promotion between Frank Warren (Queensbury) and Bob Arum (Top Rank).
The undercard hasn’t been fully announced yet but will include Daniel Dubois vs South African Kevin Lerena for his WBA Regular Heavyweight belt amongst others.
Who’s the favourite?
Fury, as expected, is a huge favourite for this one at 1/25, with Chisora at 9/1 to pull off the mother of all shocks and the draw is available at 25/1.
We’ll have a full fight preview, breakdown and picks on fight week here at Betfred.com