Tyson Fury unloads x-rated callout on Oleksandr Usyk after Chisora win

‘You’ll do f*** all!’: Tyson Fury unloads an epic x-rated callout on a stoic Oleksandr Usyk after the Ukrainian showed how unimpressed he was with the Gypsy King’s win over Derek Chisora

  • Tyson Fury concluded his trilogy with Derek Chisora with tenth-round knockout
  • The Gypsy King looked utterly dominant in London against his long-time rival
  • Fury called out current unified heavyweight king Oleksandr Usyk after his win
  • The pair faced off in heated scenes in the ring ahead of a proposed 2023 clash
  • Winner would be first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis 

Tyson Fury has thrown down the gauntlet to the heavyweight division after defeating Derek Chisora at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Fury comfortably defeated Chisora for the third time, and then took to the microphone to issue a challenge to unified heavyweight king Oleksandr Usyk who was sitting at ringside.

‘Where’s Usyk the rabbit?’ Fury said inside the ring.

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk came face to face after Fury defeated Derek Chisora in London

Fury comfortably dealt with the overmatched Chisora, leading the referee to stop the bout in the tenth round

‘Eh rabbit? Usyk you’re next you little b****. You are next. Me and you next. You’re next. Rabbit! P****! 15st little midget bodybuilder. Well I ain’t a bodybuilder, I’m going to write you off. I already done one Ukrainian in Klitschko didn’t I? And I’ll do you as well, gappy teeth. 

‘You ugly little man. Lets get it on b****. You may laugh now but I’ll end this lil sucker. I’ll end you. You little sucker. What are you gonna do? You’re gonna do f*** all you little sausage.’

Should the highly-anticipated showdown between the division’s two premier talents take place in 2023, the fight could determine the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis defeated Evander Holyfield in 1999.

The current unified heavyweight champion looked unimpressed ringside as Fury cruised to victory ahead of a potential undisputed showdown

Should the pair fight, the winner would become the first undisputed heavyweight champion of the world since Lennox Lewis

After entering the ring wearing a pair of shorts adorning a sponsorship from subscription site ‘OnlyFans’, Chisora opened the contest aggressively, looking to force the larger Fury to fight in his preferred range along the ropes.

Fury however quickly took charge of the action, and his length and defensive acumen quickly rendered Chisora’s offence almost entirely ineffective other than the occasional shot to the body throughout the contest.

As the rounds wore on Fury only solidified his lead, constantly bombarding the outmatched Chisora with an impressive variety of shots in front of a baying crowd in London.

Referee Victor Loughlin ultimately decided that he had seen Chisora take enough punishment in the tenth round, and called a stop to the bout to grant Fury his 33rd victory as a professional.




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