TYSON FURY will fly to Qatar to support England – if he scores his Derek Chisora hat-trick and the Three Lions grow teeth.
Patriotic WBC Gypsy King enjoyed the 6-2 World Cup opener against Iran, but the action-packed showman would have been disappointed in Friday’s snoring tie against the USA.
The unbeaten Fury, 34, is defending his World Cup title against the 38-year-old veteran, whom he already led 2-0 at Tottenham Stadium on Saturday.
And he will race back to his home in Morecambe on Sunday to hopefully watch the round of 16 – after England deal with the Welshmen.
The 19th star – who bought 200 Jagerbombs for fans on a wild trip to Nice for Euro 2016 – would like another away day, but only if England fulfill their potential and secure a place in the semi-finals.
He revealed: “I’ll be back in Morecambe in time to watch it on Sunday while I’m in one piece.
“If England come through, I will certainly go to Qatar.
“I wouldn’t rush to a group game because I expected us to get through this shit.
“But if they reach the semifinals or the final, I’m on my way to Qatar.
“It would be great to get a winter World Cup win after all these years.
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“I remember going to Euro 2016 and having a fantastic time. I went over there and got absolutely legless for a few days.
“I sang all my England songs and was up and down the zones with all the England fans. It’s still an epic memory.”
The multi-millionaire, who has his gym at Morecambe football ground, ruled out leading a consortium to buy his beloved Manchester United.
But promoter Frank Warren confirmed that a fight at Old Trafford is one of the few things left on his star attraction’s boxing list.
The Queensberry boss said: “This fight was supposed to be at Manchester United but then they had some problems and that’s how we ended up in London.
“Tyson was thrilled that we went there and if he keeps fighting I’m committed to putting that on for him because he just didn’t fight there and wants to fight there.”
Fury outpointed Del Boy in 2011 and made him retire on his stool in 2014.
But since being stripped of his world title in his first encounter with Deontay Wilder in 2018, he’s become a seek-and-destroy fighter with a more bitter approach to sweet science.
You’ll see two brutes trying to turn each other’s brains out because we’re getting paid to do it.
He said: “I don’t know if you’ll see a more mature performance from both of us. What you’re about to see are two brutes trying to knock each other’s brains out because that’s what we get paid to do.
“We both know all the risks of going into these fights but we’re just there to entertain on a cold and probably rainy Saturday night.”
The dream scenario has Ukrainian WBA, IBF and WBO champion Oleksandr Usyk visiting London on Saturday, jumping in the ring after a third Fury win and signing off for an undisputed decider in the spring.
But British hero Fury has been stalled many times by opponents and ignores the VIP guest list for his latest dance.
He growled, “I don’t care if Usyk comes to my fight.
“(UFC heavyweight) Francis Ngannou came to my Dillian Whyte fight and even got in the ring afterwards – to try and have a fight with me – and that never happened.
“I don’t care who’s in the crowd because I’m only there to fight Derek.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6775236/tyson-fury-england-fans-world-cup-chisora/ Tyson Fury is ready to go ‘legless’ again with England fans in Qatar while planning a World Cup trip if he beats Derek Chisora