Date: 15th May 2014 at 4:43pm
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Although July 26th, when Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora come face-to-face in the ring for a second time, is a long way off, the campaign to promote the fight continues.

Fury, in talking to the BBC, reckons that when he beats Chisora up in Manchester he?ll present Chisora with the British and European belts he should be taking back to his home with Fury remarking in his normal brash and confident manner,

?After I beat Chisora, I?m going to give him them titles back as a present because really and truthfully I?m above that level.?

?Having a belt to prove (I?m Britain?s best fighter) doesn?t mean anything.?

But, as for perhaps enticing Wladimir Klitschko into the ring for a world title fight, Tyson isn?t sure it?ll happen, further adding,

?I?m looking forward to fighting Chisora, getting him out of the way and then fighting Klitschko for all the belts, but I don?t think Wladimir is going to take the fight.?

?I think he?s going to retire or vacate the title. I?m the mandatory challenger for the title after I beat Chisora. I have been informed that I?m in the line to face new WBC champion Bermane Stiverne for a voluntary defence.?

?If that comes along in the meantime, I would be taking that fight.?

Hopefully Tyson will get his wish but knowing the way politics in this sport tends to obstruct logical progress I wouldn?t hold your breath!