Tyson Fury Stops Derek Chisora in Round 10 … Heavyweights

By Tom Donelson / Member Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA)

Tyson Fury faced Derek Chisora in their third bout and the result was the same, an easy Fury victory as he outpunched Chisora by more than two to one margin and essentially gave a boxing lesson.  You could argue this was a sparring session and for Fury, it was a payday against a popular fighter but a fighter not in his class. 

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Chisora did little in this fight as he never landed a punch of significance against Fury, but Fury landed combinations after combinations 60초. In the second round, he landed a sharp right hand and each one hurt Chisora.  Chisora showed toughness in taking shots. In the sixth and seventh, he was allowing Chisora to stick around before returning to the pounding of the previous rounds 다운로드.

The fight was stopped in the tenth and now Fury was left with where to go next.  The obvious fight would be a fight with Olexsandr Usyk, who holds most of the heavyweight belts and a former cruiserweight division champion.  Usyk has beaten Anthony Joshua twice by outboxing him and the logical fight would be a Fury-Usyk fight.  The obstacle for this fight is the Ukrainian -Russian war as he along with other Ukrainians are fighting for their freedom and survival so who knows when that fight will come 넷폴더.

Fury has targeted both Joseph Joyce, an undefeated heavyweight with 14 knockouts in his first 15 fights including knocking out contender Joseph Parker in his last fight.  And he would love to fight Joshua who would be a good payday even with three career losses 유희왕 극장판 다운로드. Joshua is a popular fighter in Great Britain and would produce a great pay day. 

The question now is where Fury goes from here.  He is the king of heavyweights and so far, no one has beaten him.  He dispatched Wilder in their last two fights and Wilder has a date with Anthony Ruiz, a tough heavyweight.  That fight will be a good fight with knockout artist Wilder against Ruiz a former title holder.  Could there be a Wilder-Fury four?  I doubt it since there is no evidence that the result would be any different 다운로드. As for Fury, the Compubox showed his domination.  He landed nearly three times the power shots.  The last two rounds saw Fury land 40 punches to Chisora 14 before the stoppage.  Fury is the King of the Heavyweights, and he oversees his kingdom, looking for new worlds!

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