Saturday night sees the Betfred sponsored fight Fury v Chisora 3 , live from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. These two British heavyweights have fought twice before, with The Gypsy King winning both. So will it be repeat or revenge? We’ve previewed the fight and given you our suggested bets for this battle of the giants.

Fury vs Chisora Predictions

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Where and when is the fight taking place?

The fight is happening at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday 3rd December and will be broadcast live and exclusively on BT Sport Box Office. The event will be a Frank Warren/Bob Arum co-promotion for Queensbury Promotions/Top Rank. The show will start at 5pm with the main ring walk expected around 9.15pm .

What does the full fight card look like?

  • Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora – for WBC heavyweight title
    Daniel Dubois vs Kevin Lerena – for WBA (Regular) heavyweight title
    Yvan Mendy vs Denys Berinchyk
    Karol Itauma vs Vladimir Belujsky
    Isaac Lowe vs Sandeep Singh Bhatti
    Royston Barney Smith vs Cruz Perez

(subject to change)

Who’s the favourite?

Fury is a huge 1/20 odds-on favourite to retain his title, with Chisora as big as 10/1 and the draw is available at 33/1.

What’s been said?

Fury (speaking to The Sportsman):

“I’m not gonna sit here and call Chisora names. I respect him. I’ve got nothing bad to say about Derek; he’s a good fighting man, and he brings his A game every time.

In my reign right now, I’m reigning supreme. I’ll beat him, and then I’ll beat the little middleweight guy [Usyk].

He says he’s gonna knock me out, I wanna see him do it. If he does, I’ll be the first to congratulate him.”


 “I’m a black belt in crazy! The mindset is unbelievable right now, it’s crazy.

It’s gonna be toe to toe. I have to knock him out, I’m gonna drop him, yeah.

I’ll beat him. I’m gonna knock him out, I’m gonna stop him, 100 per cent.”

Tyson Fury to win by KO/TKO/DQ/Technical Decision – 3/10

I gave my early thoughts to this fight when it was originally announced and time hasn’t really been a healer.

Much as I like Derek Chisora, he has no business being in the same ring as Tyson Fury at this stage of their careers.

However, depending on what you make of the collapse of the negotiations between Fury and Anthony Joshua, The Gypsy King did need some sort of warm-up fight, for what looks like an undisputed showdown with Oleksandr Usyk early in 2023.

Del Boy has shown us in the past that he fears no man and will go out on his shield swinging. It should be a fairly entertaining fight, whilst it lasts.

I’m personally expecting Fury to toy with his man, drag the fight to the later rounds and eventually take ‘WAR’ Chisora out.

Tyson Fury to win in Rounds 7-12 – 9/4

Doubling down on my first pick, I think Fury will slowly move from the jab to the combinations and will start to hurt Chisora in the middle rounds.

I’m expecting him, the referee or Del Boy’s corner to stop the fight in the second half of the fight.

Tyson Fury to win in Rounds 10-12 – 13/2

You’ll see a pattern emerging here. I’m going to have a small bit of change on Fury to win the fight by KO in the Championship rounds, with Chisora’s stamina flagging badly.

Enjoy the fight…

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