Date: 17th March 2014 at 4:59pm
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The big news today is that it has been announced that Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora will meet, in the ring, for a second time.

Hot on the heels of the Carl Froch v George Groves rematch on 31st May, the two top British heavyweights in Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora will clash for a second time ina world title eliminator.

The fight will take place in Manchester, on July 26th, with the winner moving on to take on the current IBF, WBA and WBO champion Wadimir Klitschko.

In the first fight it was Fury that emerged victorious, taking the verdict on points, but Chisora reckons he?ll be the winner this time around and has remarked at a press conference,

‘For me personally, I want to get this fight rolling. I’ve achieved so much since he beat me. Has he progressed? No, he hasn’t?



I will be much better than him with movements and I have more power than him.’


Naturally, Fury has had something to say about that, responding,

‘Dereck is what he is. He looks like a villain. I’m a good looking gentleman. Dereck is what he looks like – a mug.?

‘I’m now 25, a four-times harder puncher. I’m an all-round fighting man.’

‘I’m going to go in there and show you what a master-class heavyweight is. I will be calling Wladimir Klitschko after the fight.’


Us British boxing fans are being spoilt this year but I?m one who is not complaining, bring it on I say!