Fury vs Chisora 3 results just the same as two earlier confrontations between the two have resulted. Tyson Fury retains the World Boxing Council Heavyweight belt again via technical knockout on Saturday, December 03, 2022. Most believe it was child’s play for Fury, thanks to his long reach and height advantage.

Referee Victor Loughlin didn’t end the one-sided affair until 10 seconds left in the 10th round. The fight could have been over after five rounds, and no one would have complained, not even Chisora, who could barely see out of his right eye after the seventh round.

Perhaps, that’s why we labeled it as “Fury vs Chisora 3 – The Trilogy You Deserve, But Not the One You Need?

Fury vs Chisora 3 Results in Tyson Fury’s Comeback Victory

Fury improved his record to 33-0-1 with 24 knockouts against Chisora last Saturday. He handed his first loss to Chisora ​​(2011), his fifth (2014), and his 13th, all too comfortably. So, Fury vs Chisora 3 results are just a continuation of what’s happened earlier between the two.

Coming out of a short-lived retirement after his victory against Dillian Whyte, another fellow Brit, Fury, 34, beat Chisora, 38, for the third time in three fights. After his successes in 2011 (on points) and 2014 (stoppage in the 10th round), his victory was never in doubt.

So, Fury sealed the deal in front of 60,000 spectators gathered in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, north of London. Fury’s superiority became apparent at the end of the second round, as Chisora ​​demonstrated that he could take it well. He never actually threatened Fury, though.

The defending champion, Fury, taller (2.06m against 1.88m), made his power prevail in the ninth and tenth rounds. So much so that the referee decided to stop the fight in the 10th round after Chisora was continually struck in the face.

Fury remains undefeated in 34 fights after this 33rd victory. Chisora ​​concedes his 13th defeat in 46 contests.

Initially, Fury intended to face his compatriot Anthony Joshua, former WBA, IBF, and WBO heavyweight champion, in an unprecedented “Battle of Britain.” But negotiations between the two parties never actualized.

Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora 3 – An Ordeal for Chisora

Swollen face, bloodied mouth, incessant wobbles. Derek Chisora, the Zimbabwean by birth, lived through an ordeal in the ring. He endured the terrible strikes, uppercuts, and intuitive sequences of his adversary, who practically never dropped in intensity.

Chisora ​​got off to a good start, landing a couple of right hands to Fury’s face in different rounds. But Fury overcame it and inevitably took control with his uppercut.

Facing Fury for the third time, Chisora could not stop his opponent’s uppercuts. Thanks to Fury’s reach of 11 inches and a height difference of 7 inches.

Still in the first round, Fury landed several rights and left uppercuts, which ended up being a pattern throughout the fight. In the third round, the champion landed a straight right on Chisora, who somehow remained alive and suffering in the contest.

At the end of the seventh round, it was possible to see Derek Chisora ​​with his right eye almost closing and his mouth cut due to Tyson Fury’s mighty left hand. But Chisora returned for the tenth round, despite referee Loughlin’s warning in the ninth round to the challenger’s corner to forfeit the bout.

However, with ten seconds of the tenth round on the clock, the referee ended the massacre that Tyson Fury had been imposing on Derek Chisora.

Now, the WBC champion is expected to put his belt on the line in 2023 against Oleksandr Usyk, who was ringside at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this Saturday.

The Sportsmanship Prevails – Mutual Praise and Respect

While everything above doesn’t sound any less than a horror show for anyone, Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III ended as a classic show of sportsmanship. Both opponents had nothing but praise and respect for each other.

“I felt good. I needed a few rounds. He hadn’t boxed since April,”

Fury acknowledged.

“I had some good shots. What a strong man (Chisora). I gave him some blows that would have knocked out others.”

In fact, Fury didn’t hesitate a bit, praising how Chisora took his onslaught throughout the fight.

“I pay tribute to Derek Chisora ​​, who was an incredible warrior. He is a hero for England, the only one who has always stood up to me.”

In the aftermath, the 38-year-old Derek thanked Tyson Fury and poured his heart out:

“When you’re a fighter, you don’t want to stop. You want to die sword in hand. I thank him (Fury) for giving me this opportunity. It pays homage to our nation.”

While Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3 was the evening’s highlight, the rest of the events were equally impressive.

Ukrainian Denis Berinchyk maintained his career unbeaten record. Now with 17 wins, he defeated Frenchman Yvan Mendy by unanimous decision of the judges and took the EBU lightweight belt.

And in the co-main event, Briton Daniel Dubois retained his WBA heavyweight belt by beating South African Kevin Lerena via TKO in the third round.

Fury vs Chisora 3 Round-by-Round Coverage

Here’s how it all went Saturday evening:

Round 1

Chisora opens up the bout aggressively, targeting Fury’s body. He follows with an attempt to throw a right hand over the top. Fury ties him up, and they end up hugging each other.

Fury proceeds with a few punches. A right uppercut is also there. Fury conveniently and efficiently uses long arms, long reach, and upper body weight to overpower Chisora.

Fury fights back with an uppercut. And another one. He moves in range, shoots his rights, and complements with uppercuts when in close quarters with Chisora.

Fury 10-9

Round 2

Fury’s corner resorts to a large towel, wrapping him up between rounds, making sure he doesn’t get cold. On the other hand, Chisora’s corner doesn’t seem much interested in the drill.

Chisora moves in sharply with a wild overhand right, and Fury counters him immediately. Fury’s blows seem to hit Chisora hard, but he stands there as a tough fella nonetheless.

Unfortunately, he appears to struggle really hard to make any substantial impact on Tyson. Chisora closes in again. Fury fires back with three consecutive shots, focusing more on accuracy than strength, but deterring his opponent for sure.

Fury ends his three-hit combo with a right, follows with an uppercut, and succeeds in injuring Chisora. He’s on fire. Right hand. Right uppercut. Forces Chisora back to the corner.

Fury 10-9, 20-18

Round 3

Fury’s ring presence oozes with the confidence instilled by Sugar Hill Steward, an impressive coach without a doubt. Chisora shows courage in getting close to Fury again, but Fury smokes him yet again.

Uppercut, head-shot, absolute domination by Tyson Fury. He drops him down to the canvas after some furious uppercuts. Chisora is unable to do anything about it. Pure brilliance by Fury.

Fury 10-9, 30-27

Round 4

Chisora continues to push harder but to no avail. Here comes a rare good top right from the Del Boy, pushing Fury back to the ropes, and follows with an impressive uppercut.

It looks like Derek knows he’s short on time. So, he continues to push harder to land big. He never hesitates to target Fury’s body. He knows it gives him plenty of room to do something impactful. This round seems the best from Chisora yet.

Fury 10-9, 40-36

Round 5

Fury is halfway through the fifth round before he starts throwing punches with a newfound determination. Fury lands a right hand. Another one, stepping back and hitting with a solid right again.

Fury toys Chisora like a cat playing with a caged mouse. Chisora ​​loses balance while trying to step away from a clinch. Fury overpowers him with more weight on him.

Fury 10-9, 50-45

Round 6

By the sixth round, Fury has landed 54{317a7769e272dec17b69bda26c6a5a4c5e6799efcd8a85f72cb552b76862c2b9} of his power shots, which is quite a lot. Chisora also ​​landed some successfully on the back of Tyson’s head, but misses most of them anyhow.

On the other hand, Fury looks in total control, stepping his foot off the accelerator and putting it down at will. Chisora ​​is in no position to stop him from doing any of this.

Fury 10-9, 60-54

Round 7

Many believe Fury is interested more in wearing Chisora ​​right now, and we can’t argue with this one bit. He’s shown us plenty of times what he can do when he wants it.

Contrary to him, Chisora is trying his best to target his body, but without creating any real impact. Fury lands a right again, more leaning, followed by some late shots to continue his domination in this round as well.

Fury 10-9, 70-63

Round 8

Fury lands a big right, tying Chisora really well. He follows relentlessly with a 1-2 combination. Continues pushing Chisora with uppercuts and headshots.

We often see Chisora deliberately taking himself into corners against most of his opponents. But here, it looks like he does so because he’s forced to. Ironically, it doesn’t work any better for him here than anywhere else in the ring.

A fine uppercut from Fury toward the end of the eighth round. Chisora shows his toughness yet again by hitting back at Fury before the bell rings.

Fury 10-9, 80-72

Round 9

Fury continues with whatever he has been doing nonstop for the past few rounds. He makes sure to inflict punishment, but not enough to force a stoppage. So, the referee holds himself back from any intervention.

More shots from Fury at will, and his domination continues. Chisora’s eyes seem to be in bad shape, with considerable damage on his face too. It’s about time the referee stops this one-way pounding. It’s becoming uglier and more uncomfortable by the minute. Thank God the bell rings finally.

Fury 10-9, 90-81

Fury vs. Chisora 3: Round 10

Victor Loughlin takes a good look at how slowly Chisora gets up from his stool. However, he still decides to let the fight go for no good reason.

Chisora continues to throw wildly as the last resort. But then Fury lets go of his hands, and it continues to be a total mismatch. Bodyshot from Fury, one from Chisora, and one uppercut from Fury. More Fury.

And finally, Victor Loughlin says, “That’s enough,” when Fury lands a combo. Still, ten more seconds to complete the round. But good riddance!

TKO-10 Fury

What’s It After Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora 3 for Tyson Fury?

Remember when we told you Usyk Wants Fury or Nothing after Beating Joshua? It looks like Fury wants the same too!

After the fight, Tyson Fury offered a face-to-face with the Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk (20-0), who entered the ring after watching the victory of the ‘Gypsy King’ from the front row.

The British giant should therefore have the opportunity to unify all the premier belts. As usual, the Englishman did not go with dead hands in the provocation:

“Usyk, you’re next, little a****e! You are next. I will eliminate you. I have already beaten a Ukrainian, Klitschko. And I’m going to get you too,” 

He blurted out in front of his likely future opponent.

Fury continued:

“You beat a bodybuilder, but I’m not one. You were good, but it’s gone a little ***. You can laugh now, but I’ll have the last laugh. Little sausage, you can’t do anything!”

All that remains now is to set a date for the unification fight! And don’t you guys worry. RDX will be there to cover the saga for you when it happens.


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