Date: 18th June 2014 at 4:35pm
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With the Froch v Groves fight now done and dusted, the next big British clash eagerly waited for by the British fight public is the 26th July clash between Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury.

The heavyweight clash, billed as a WBO world title eliminator has the potential to be, just like the aforementioned Froch v Groves re-match, to be a tempestuous affair.

Also, like the Froch v Groves match, it will be the second time the duo have faced each other in the ring with Fury having gotten the better of Chisora in the first fight.

However one heavyweight fighter, Mariusz Wach, brought in to provide stiff sparring opposition for Chisora, reckons the fight is only going to end one way with the 6 feet 7 inch heavyweight remarking to the media,

?Chisora is a very, very strong fighter. He surprised me with his strength.?

?Even at this stage, with six weeks to go, he?s as strong as bull.?

?If Chisora can start fast, go under Fury?s punches and connect with his big punches then I can?t see Fury standing up for long ? and he?ll go down.?


Is he right or will Tyson Fury take the victory again, just as Froch did against Groves in their re-match!?