Date: 16th February 2014 at 2:16pm
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With one domestic super-fight already on the agenda, with Carl Froch and George Groves locking horns for a second time, it?s anticipated that the two leading heavyweights this country has to offer, Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury, will meet again.

Frank Warren, discussing the possibility of a second fight between the pair being confirmed, had this to say,

‘We’re sitting down next week to decide where we go and obviously we want the big one.’

‘Let’s see what happens.’

However Fury, who beat Chisora in the first contest between the two via a unanimous points decision back in 2011, reckons it?ll be a contest he?ll skate through dismissing Chisora as a fighter who is not in his class by remarking on Frank Warren?s Box Nation channel,

‘I beat Chisora comfortably three years ago.’

‘He is a bum compared to me – I want Wladimir Klitschko.’

‘Chisora is one-paced – left-hook then right-hand swing. He’s useless.’

‘I bring the action, every time I come to fight.?

‘I’m the best heavyweight on the planet. Bring them all on, I don’t care.’

It?s fair to say that Tyson Fury has never been short of a word or two but with Chisora having turned his career around any second fight, between the pair could be an altogether closer affair.