Date: 28th November 2014 at 4:50pm
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The huge heavyweight battle between Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora draws ever-nearer.

Tomorrow night, in a top-of-the-bill fight, the pair will go head-to-head hoping to emerge victorious and earn the right to take on the Ukrainian IBF, WBA and WBO champion Wladimir Klitschko.

To be brutally honest I have to say I?ve been a little surprised as to how quiet the build-up, in this final week has been. I?d been expecting verbal fireworks between the two but it just hasn?t happened.

Perhaps, as his night at the London Excel Arena approaches, the usually vociferous Fury is concentrating on the job in hand.

Remarks appearing in the press suggest that Fury is set to do his own thing, simply remarking,

‘It doesn’t matter to me what people think of me as long as I get paid – and as long I win good fights, I’m happy.

‘People can say and do what they like. I’ll prove to everyone what I can do inside the ring, not out of it, on Saturday – and I’m looking forward to that.’

Will Tyson win?

I?m still sat on that proverbial fence (for now).