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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    Eddie Hearn estimates that Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora III will do between 200,000 and 300,000 PPV buys - the lowest number ever recorded by The Gypsy King. Many fans have expressed their displeasure at a third fight between the pair given the conclusive nature of their previous two encounters back in 2011 and 2014.

    And that was only furthered when the premium £26.95 BT Sport PPV price was announced on Tuesday. @MrJGFT tweeted: "That is dreadful! There's going to be a lot of streaming happening that night if people can be bothered to watch it!"

    @boxingBlade added: "I love both fighters, and I did have a very small interest in the fight but that has just made the whole thing even more laughable! £26.95 for a fight nobody wants to see is mockery to boxing! Shame on you Tyson! I thought you was better than that."

    Before @TheBlueDodger concluded: "Stadium and a UK record £26.95 PPV price for Fury v Chisora 3. @tyson_Fury, @FrankWarren and @BTSportBoxing have had a stinker here! Cost of living crisis, be mad to pay it!"

    The price hike matches the record for the highest British PPV fee alongside Anthony Joshua's rematch with Oleksandr Usyk in August. With the current cost of living crisis and the low appetite for the fight, to begin with, Hearn isn't expecting the event to do well.

    "I think it does between 200,000 and 300,000 buys and they probably need between 400,000 and 500,000," Hearn told iD Boxing. "Listen, Tyson Fury's a huge star and he's not going to be boxing for small money. I know what Derek Chisora's making, I think most people do and if the tickets haven't quite sold as well as anticipated, you're under a lot of pressure.

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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    175,000 tops, what a dull fight.

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    Derek Chisora using secret new training method for Tyson Fury fight as details emerge

    Chisora said: "Doing Pilates twice per week has helped with my breathing as well as feeling freer in my upper body, especially after sparring. It's also great for my recovery."

    Pilates - which involves breathing exercises and stretching, similar to yoga - has been shown to improve flexibility and strength in athletes and has been incorporated into the routines of many boxers including Shawn Porter, Floyd Mayweather, Keith Thurman, and Adrien Broner.

    Chisora's head trainer, Don Charles, attests to its benefits. "As part of Derek's fight and recovery programme, we're currently working with Exhale Pilates London. "We've seen massive improvement with both his punching power and overall performance in preparation for his big fight, all thanks to Pilates."

    Del Boy's Pilates teacher Gaby Noble added: "Derek has incorporated two Pilates sessions with me per week for the past eight weeks as part of his recovery programme.

    "His sessions are no more than 30 minutes and they come straight after sparring. We predominantly work on breathing exercises, movements to calm his central nervous system down, and releasing tension in his shoulder girdle, arms and hips to reverse the signs of the continuous impact from being in the ring.'

    "Breathing exercises help muscles to recover and boost his stamina by increasing his lung capacity. Lengthening muscles in his arms from a strong core can also give him a longer and more connected reach. Let's hope we can see the results on Saturday!'.

    "Pilates gives the tools for a stronger foot-to-hand connection as Pilates teaches you how to use your whole body. It also helps with balance and control."

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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    I haven't been anticipating this one, nor have I been reading anything in the buildup.

    Inadvertently I came across an interview they did today at the press conference.

    He doesn't care anymore.
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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    175,000 tops, what a dull fight.
    Fuck Me, we've got an expert on PPV Buys in the UK now! if Hearn had said 500k-600k , you would've said 450k . Alternately , if he had said 100k-200k buys , you would've said 75K.
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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    "The haters are going to hate but don't criticise this fight because we are going to throw our hands when the bell goes," insisted Fury, the undefeated World Boxing Council heavyweight champion.

    "I’m going to box his head off. I’m feeling good, I’m feeling on fire. I’m looking to get him out of there, I’m looking for a fourth clean knock-out in a row. Whether it will be quick or not, it will last as long as Derek wants.”

    “Look, we want to give the fans a good fight so we figured out that once the ref reads out the instructions, we’re not going to go back to our corners, we’re just going to stand there and let it go from there," said Chisora.

    “Let me tell you, that man there and me, we love to fight," explained Chisora. “We shook on it [to go at it from the first bell] traveller style. We didn’t bet on it, we just said we would stay in the middle and get on with it. We will go when the first bell goes, no walking back. There are going to be fireworks in there.

    "We’re in the business of fighting. We’re not in the business of robbing the public of their money. After all is said and done, we will break bread together. But for however long the fight goes for, we’re going to go to war.

    "There is enough bad stuff happening in the world, so this needs to be exciting. We don’t listen to our teams, we do what we want to make ourselves happy.

    "If I listened to people," said Chisora,"I’d be f------ retired by now.”

    “Usyk means nothing to me at this moment," said Fury. "Usyk is not on my radar, Chisora is and winning against him."

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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    I'll check the result after the fight - long time since I can say I have zero interest in a fight such as this.

    Will be more interested in the crowd numbers and ppv sales figures.
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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    "The haters are going to hate but don't criticise this fight because we are going to throw our hands when the bell goes," insisted Fury, the undefeated World Boxing Council heavyweight champion.

    "I’m going to box his head off. I’m feeling good, I’m feeling on fire. I’m looking to get him out of there, I’m looking for a fourth clean knock-out in a row. Whether it will be quick or not, it will last as long as Derek wants.”

    “Look, we want to give the fans a good fight so we figured out that once the ref reads out the instructions, we’re not going to go back to our corners, we’re just going to stand there and let it go from there," said Chisora.

    “Let me tell you, that man there and me, we love to fight," explained Chisora. “We shook on it [to go at it from the first bell] traveller style. We didn’t bet on it, we just said we would stay in the middle and get on with it. We will go when the first bell goes, no walking back. There are going to be fireworks in there.

    "We’re in the business of fighting. We’re not in the business of robbing the public of their money. After all is said and done, we will break bread together. But for however long the fight goes for, we’re going to go to war.

    "There is enough bad stuff happening in the world, so this needs to be exciting. We don’t listen to our teams, we do what we want to make ourselves happy.

    "If I listened to people," said Chisora,"I’d be f------ retired by now.”

    “Usyk means nothing to me at this moment," said Fury. "Usyk is not on my radar, Chisora is and winning against him."

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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    Should turn out to be cracker of a battle -- will surprise everyone I think. 175,000 is a reflection of public disinterest, but it could turn out to be a cracklin' snappin' battle with some to and fro.

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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    Should turn out to be cracker of a battle -- will surprise everyone I think. 175,000 is a reflection of public disinterest, but it could turn out to be a cracklin' snappin' battle with some to and fro.
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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    entire event feels like two wrestling longtime rivals rehearsing their match.

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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    I just watched that trailer twice. The 2nd time was better. I really liked the part from 0:18 seconds to about 0:25 seconds the best.

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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    i can see tyson v derek going the distance. kevin lerena might give daniel trouble if he can take his power
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    Default Re: Fury Vs Chisora 3 - December 2022

    In April Tyson Fury was finished with boxing, but now he has realised he just cannot live without it.

    Fury puts his WBC world heavyweight championship on the line on Saturday as he fights fellow Briton Derek Chisora with 60,000 watching at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

    After defeating Dillian Whyte with a stunning sixth-round stoppage in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium in the spring, Fury said: "This might be the final curtain for the Gypsy King."

    But Fury, born three months premature, weighing just one pound and not expected to live, has been a fighter all of his life. And he just can't stop.

    "For four months I was retired and I was back in that moment when life was very dark and very dull," Fury told BT Sport.

    "I ain't back boxing for a belt, more money, to win five fights or to unify the division - I'm back boxing because of this," he added, pointing at his head.

    Fury's battle with mental health problems has been well documented. After he stunned then champion Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 to pick up the IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO belts, Fury spent two and a half years out of the ring.

    He has since described himself as becoming "a fat pig at 28 stone, drinking and taking drugs on a daily basis" and that he "suffered with depression up to the point of suicide, anxiety attacks, everything, you couldn't get any lower".


    After that victory over Whyte, Fury, with 32 victories and one draw, felt he was mentally slipping back to how he had been in 2017 and had to act.

    "I know now I can't live a normal life, it's not going to happen. It was going downhill rapidly," said the 34-year-old Morecambe fighter. "I don't know any other way of keeping sane, without boxing I'm nothing.

    "I'm very selfish because I should've walked away in April when I said I would but I'm back for more punishment, an idiot really, but what can I do?"

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    His former trainer Ben Davison, who helped Fury lose 10 stone to get back in the ring a few years ago, felt Fury did not expect to fight again.

    "When Tyson said it, he 100% believed in that moment he would retire," Davison told BBC Sport. "But it's probably mental health, he got bored and wanted something to do.

    "He loves boxing and got back to it. He's a fantastic athlete, always ready to do the rounds, relaxed and in control."

    Promoter Frank Warren said he was happy Fury was boxing again, but would have told him to quit if it was bad for his health.

    "He had five months and he was putting the bins out and picking up dog poo - it drove him crazy," Warren told BBC Sport.

    "He told me he didn't want to fight anymore, but he had said that a couple of times. Whatever he wanted to do I was with him.

    "If I thought he shouldn't be fighting I'd be the first one to say it. I'd tell him to give it up. He wouldn't be the first fighter I'd said that to."

    Since his return in 2018, Fury has fought eight times, including a thrilling trilogy with American Deontay Wilder, but has admitted the gruelling fights are taking its toll.

    "I turned pro at 20, I'm like an old banger Ford Escort with 250,000 miles on the clock," he said. "Every part of me is battered to pieces - joints, elbows, knee, back, I've got some severe mileage on the clock."

    Former two-weight world champion Carl Frampton, now a BT Sport pundit, feared Fury would have too many fights, but believes he is "in the right head space" for Saturday's event.

    Frampton said: "I asked him 'at some point it has to end, what do you do then?'

    "The answer was pretty dark. At some point he's going to have to figure out he can't go on. He can't box when he's 60.

    "There's other things that can fill that void, maybe training or managing fighters.

    "My only concern for this fight would be he's beaten Chisora twice before and may overlook him. But if Fury's switched on, he's the best heavyweight of a generation."

    There was a lot of criticism on social media when 38-year-old Chisora - a boxer that has lost three of his past four fights and suffered 12 defeats in his 45-bout career - was named as Fury's opponent.

    Fury beat Chisora in a wide points victory in 2011 when they fought for the British and Commonwealth titles and again in 2014 when Chisora was retired by his corner at the end of the 10th round in a contest for the British and European belts.

    Warren said Chisora was the highest ranked available heavyweight, while potential fights with two-time champion Anthony Joshua and reigning IBF, IBO, WBO and WBA holder Oleksandr Usyk fell through, although the Ukrainian could be next if Fury wins.

    Chisora remains a hugely popular fighter with his relentlessly attacking style and the fact he never ducks a challenge. Fury himself called Chisora a "folk hero" and said he and his children cheered him on when watching his fights.

    He may well have lost 12 times, but seven of those came against men who have held a world title, with three defeats against those who have challenged for a world belt.

    Nevertheless, Fury is odds on favourite at 1-20, while you can get odds of 14-1 on Chisora, who would become the fifth oldest heavyweight champion if he caused an upset.

    "I rank Chisora as highly as I rate Usyk," added Fury.

    "I've trained as hard as I would do for anyone and if I didn't I would be an absolute idiot. I definitely won't underestimate Chisora."

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    Poor Vlad Belujsky well well outmatched right now.
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