by Jack Ternan: Troubled-looking Tyson Fury shot Derek ‘Wuer’ Chisora Friday in retaliation for choosing Anthony Joshua to “blew him up” when it came time to fight in 2022 or later.
Chisora’s prediction of former IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Joshua (24-2, 22 KOs) defeating WBC belt holder Fury was realisticAnd Without any real intent to tease the feathers of the thin-skinned “Gypsy King”…
Derek was “saying it like it is” as he predicted Joshua’s future knockout victory over Fury.
Kizora does not have a dog in this search He doesn’t seem to care who will win, but he still feels Joshua will beat Fury in their fight as long as he doesn’t make the mistake of starting slowly as he did against Oleksandr Usyk last September.
Fury needs to forget about Joshua for a moment and instead focus on what he will do with mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte at WBC. The World Boxing Council has already ordered Fury vs. Whyte.
Fury and his Top Rank promoters need to decide whether to follow WBC’s orders or put the belt on and go with the Ring Magazine and linear heavyweight titles to defend against Andy Ruiz Jr. or the upcoming Robert Helenius on March 26th.
Fury says Joshua would never blow it up
“This is a message for Derek Chisora. I just saw your message where you said you thought AJ was going to blow me up. never in a million years,Tyson Fury said on Twitter Friday in response to “War” Chisora predicting that Joshua would be too strong for Fury.
If it was the biggest punch in history [Deontay Wilder] He can’t blow me, and if Wladimir Klitschko can’t blow me, An old bodybuilder can’t explode with meFury said.
Joshua can take out Fury, especially now that the punishment he absorbed in his last fight against Deontay Wilder last October.
Chisora predicted about stopping Joshua’s anger
“I’m going with AJ. AJ’s powerful punch is incredible. If he fights AJ Fury, he has to go to him immediately, blow it up. He cannot be surrounded. Chisora told Talksport, he chose Joshua to beat Fury.
Wilder knocked Fury on twice in the fourth inning and held him for about 11 seconds the second time he brought him down. Many boxing fans believe that Fury was given a long count, which enabled him to get up in time without stopping the fight.
If he shoots Joshua Fury down the way Wilder did, he’ll finish the job if he takes her back. Do not know whether Fury’s punch resistance was permanently affected Through blows received by “Bronze Bomber” Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs) on October 9.
– Tyson Fury (@Tyson_Fury) January 14, 2022
We see him all the time with fighters. They are dealt horrific blows, and their ability to receive punches will never be the same then. Will this be Fury’s fate? maybe you can be.
If Fury’s resistance to punches disappears since his three-way match with 6’7 Deontay, it might be over for him. Joshua won’t get over it. Heck, Fury might not get past White, Andy Ruiz Jr., or Robert Helenius in a fight.
No matter who Fury faces next, they will test his chin over and over with big powerful shots, and if the old ‘Gypsy King’ of steel isn’t in the past, he’ll take a form low on the canvas once he starts eating powerful shots from his next opponent.
Fury says Joshua won’t fight Usyek again
“I know, Dale [Chisora]. he [Joshua] You never get the bottle to fight Usik again. Fury said in his prediction that AJ will skip in April’s rematch with Oleksandr.
“He might hit him with points or kick him out, but there was only one man like me on these beaches, and he’s called AKA Tyson Fury,” Fury said.
Joshua will probably take a rematch with Usyk because that’s all day and night is all about. Joshua wants to try to avenge Usyk’s loss last September, even if it cost him his career.
Chisora expects Joshua to beat Usek
“I think AJ wins the second round. I asked him what he would do, and he said, ‘You’ll see,'” Chisora said of choosing Joshua to win his match again with Usek.
Joshua might win his match again with Usyk, as long as he targets his body and doesn’t make the mistake of trying to confine it like last time.
Joshua will need to start fast and not lose his temper after being stung by Usek’s delicate left hand.
Usik looked like he was knocked out of the fight by Joshua in the second round after he grabbed him with a stiff left hand in the head, which left AJ armed for the remainder of the match.