Hoxing fans interested in seeing the November 29th rematch between British heavyweights Tyson Fury (22-0, 16 KOs) and Dereck Chisora (20-4, 13 KOs), they can see the fight Here.
It’s unclear just how much interest there would be in a fight between Chisora and Fury for casual boxing fans in the U.S, but I’m sure hardcore fans might want to see the fight just for the sake of finding out which of these two guys will
Chisora and Fury will go toe-to-toe to finish the 2014 boxing calender, and the winner of that fight could find themselves in the ring with Wlad or one of the other British contenders, with a view to fight the world champion. Despite Joshua being a novice in the sport, promoter Hearn believes he might be able to set up massive bouts between the British fighters, with a shot against Klitschko being the prize.
BoxNation (UK), 3:00 pm EST, Tyson Fury vs Dereck Chisora, Billy Joe Saunders vs Chris Eubank Jr, Frankie Gavin vs Bradley Skeete.
“Awesome news: Fury-Chisora 2 card will stream live on http://ESPN3.com in US. Done deal, according to ESPN. YES! #boxing,” said Dan Rafael on his twitter.
The Chisora vs. Fury 2 fight will take place at the ExCel Arena, in London, United Kingdom. It’s really a needless rematch, considering that Fury easily beat Chisora by a lopsided 12 round unanimous decision three years ago in 2011.
The fight was so one-sided that there’s no real need in the two fighters ever facing each other again, because their fight in 2011 was so painfully one-sided that there’s no way that any other outcome could occur even if they fought 1000 times.
Chisora is simply too short, too slow and too one-dimensional to ever beat Fury. Even with the rabbit punches that Chisora has been throwing in his recent winning streak, he’s still way out of his league against Fury.
The winner of the Chisora-Fury 2 fight is going to be put in an impossible situation where they’ll be stepping up several levels to face IBF/IBO/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, and neither of them has the kind of talent needed in order to complete with Wladimir.
Chisora was a punching bag when he fought former WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko, and I can’t expect that to change against a fighter like Wladimir. Fury was dropped by Steve Cunningham last year in a fight where Fury was pretty badly exposed.
Matchroom boxing promoter Eddie Hearn has big plans for Anthony Joshua and the heavyweight division. With 2015 approaching, it seems as if we’re set for a stunning year of HUGE bouts. Wladimir Klitschko has been fending off his rivals for years, but he may soon have some competition at long last, and it looks like it will come from Britain. Tyson Fury, David Price, Dereck Chisora, David Haye and Joshua, are all heavyweight hopefuls that may just get some of boxing’s biggest bouts in 2015, and that may include possible fights with Wlad himself.