‘Ohhh Derek Chisoooora!’: Tyson Fury leads cringy sing-a-long for his rival after stoppage victory and reveals Del Boy was calling him a ‘little b****’ during their one-sided contest
- Tyson Fury paid tribute to Derek Chisora after his victory on Saturday
- The 34-year-old won after the referee stopped the fight in the 10th round
- Chisora battled hard but was outclassed in a third defeat to the Gypsy King
Tyson Fury led a cringy sing-a-long for Derek Chisora after defending his WBC world heavyweight title.
The 34-year-old, back in the ring after reversing his decision to retire in April, won after the referee stopped the fight in the 10th round.
Chisora, 38, had battled hard but was outclassed in a third defeat to the Gypsy King.
Tyson Fury paid tribute to British rival Derek Chisora after his victory on Saturday
Afterwards Fury paid tribute British rival.
said: ‘I felt good. I needed some rounds. I hadn’t boxed since April. I’ve had a retirement, I’ve had a lot going on, I felt good in there tonight.
‘Take nothing away from DC, he’s an absolute warrior. It’s been an absolute privilege to fight him three times.
Chisora, 38, had battled hard but was outclassed in a third defeat to the ‘Gypsy King’
‘We all love Derek Chisora. Ohhh Derek Chisora… What a warrior. What an African British warrior.
‘We’ve had three epic fighters and what a tough man. I was hitting him with shots that’d knock anyone else spark out.
‘And he was calling me a little bitch in there!’
In front of a 60,000 crowd, Fury dominated from the opening bell but Chisora battled on bravely, repeatedly on the ropes but soaking up the blows from his taller and heavier opponent.
Chisora took a beating before the referee waved off the one-sided contest in the 10th round
Chisora received treatment in his corner at the end of the seventh round as his right eye closed up, and the stoppage became merely a matter of time.
Referee Victor Loughlin finally stepped in, waving a halt with 10 seconds remaining in the 10th of the 12 scheduled rounds.
Fury, 34, took his unbeaten professional record to 33 wins and a draw as his outclassed 38-year-old opponent suffered a fourth defeat in his last five fights and 13th in 46 career bouts.
The ‘Gypsy King’ 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.