Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora ​​3 LIVE RESULT: Brutal Main Event ENDS as BOOS ring the stadium – latest reaction

TYSON FURY’s heavyweight bout against Derek Chisora ​​ended in a dominant win for the Gypsy King!

Chisora ​​took one massive punch after another before the referee called off the fight in the 10th round and then BOOS rang at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

On the undercard, Daniel Dubois was dropped three times in the first round but miraculously recovered and won despite a serious injury.

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  • Anger against Chisora

    Amazingly, Fury stops Chisora ​​in round ten – just like in their 2014 rematch.

    An identical result almost a decade later.

    Fury left Chisora ​​with another busted right eye. unilateral rule.

    Photo credit: Reuters
  • Anger against Chisora

    THE BATTLE IS OVER!

    The referee stopped the competition after ten one-sided rounds – as a result of his victory eight years ago.

    Usyk looks unimpressed from ringside as the crowd boos as well, but the fight could have ended much, much earlier.

    Photo credit: AFP
  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 10 – Chisora ​​comes out with a flourish, showing a sense of urgency, but his attack doesn’t last long.

    Fury is back on the front foot, throwing out his jab and getting behind it with a back hand, boxing 101.

    Chisora ​​fires back with a head and body combo, but he’s showing signs of fatigue heading into the final two rounds.

    Photo credit: Getty
  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 9 – Fury simply leads Chisora ​​to the ground and smacks him around the ring, but no killer punch has been delivered yet.

    Looking marked under his right eyes, Chisora ​​continues to run into shots and misses with his own.

    Another one-sided turn on the bench for Fury, who runs away with it on the cards.

    Photo credit: Getty
  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 7 – A small compromise in the middle of the ring sees the pair land both right hands, which is most of the action for quite a while.

    Fury goes forward and lands short shots on the inside while Chisora ​​pulls himself up and holds on.

    Some sneaky right hands get through again, with Chisora ​​pinned to the ropes, but the challenger fires forward in retaliation.

    As the round comes to an end, Fury shakes Chisora ​​back with a short right hand, the biggest sign of anger he’s ever shown in a fight.

    Photo credit: Getty
  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 7 – Chisora ​​comes out, shoots, assists Fury and throws right hands over the top.

    Fury starts to get a little more aggressive and throws his right hand.

    He finishes the round and leads Chisora ​​to the ground, reining in punches by the guard but nothing clean comes in.

    Credit: AP
  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 6 – Even Chisora ​​has gone southpaw – guess not knowing is a bad idea but it’s still comfortable for Fury.

    He lands uppercuts and hooks at will while timing Chisora ​​going forward.

    Chisora ​​misses WILDLY with an overhand right but Fury spent most of the round secured but hardly troubled.

    Photo credit: Getty
  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 5 – Fury corners Chisora ​​and the challenger is left with an angry look on his face.

    Fury becomes a southpaw for the first time in the fight after dominating her 2014 rematch as a left-hander.

    Chisora ​​manages to close the distance but is unable to benefit from it as he actually falls into punches in the process. Pretty one sided so far.

    Photo credit: Reuters
  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 4 – Slowest round of the fight so far with Fury mostly on the front foot behind his jab.

    Chisora ​​sends a pair of right hands as he tries to get forward and is already showing signs of frustration.

    Fury does a good job guiding it onto his back hand and taking an early lead.

    Photo credit: Getty
  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 3 – Fury comes out quickly this round, landing a big right hand and gesturing at the crowd while Chisora ​​backs into the corner.

    Fury lands a right hand as Chisora ​​counters with one of his own over the top, narrowly missing.

    Chisora ​​does a good job of smothering Fury’s shots, but the champion makes adjustments very quickly.

    The two literally collapse on top of each other – causing a cheer from the crowd – as Fury ends the round with an uppercut on Chisora.

    Photo credit: Getty
  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 2 – Chisora ​​begins the round, swinging a big right hand over the top with Fury secured to the ropes.

    He tries two more times, but the champion goes for it. Chisora ​​pours it on.

    Fury leads Chisora ​​to a brilliant uppercut and then applies pressure in the corner.

    The challenger defends well but spent the end of the lap covering up after a good start.

  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 1 – First round in the books and it looks very similar to their first two fights.

    Chisora ​​comes forward but Fury is on the back foot and takes him apart, making good use of his jab.

    He also landed a clean right hand there, a worrying sign he’s found his reach.

  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 1 – Immediately the couple comes together and the clinch is on.

    Fury goes back into the corner and Chisora ​​charges at him with body shots.

    Now Fury lands a spin on Chisora ​​but the challenger holds on.

  • Anger against Chisora

    Round 1 – Here. We. Walk.

    Fury and Chisora ​​are in the ring for their THIRD time, but the stakes are higher than ever with the WBC title.

    The pair of friends-turned-foes agreed to sit down and fight for the 60,000 fans and more viewers at home.

    Let’s see if they keep their pre-fight vow.

  • moments away

    Both are now introduced by the legendary Jimmy Lennon Jr.

    We’re just moments away from the first bell where Tyson Fury puts his WBC title on the line.

    Fury and Chisora ​​agreed to stand in the middle of the ring and say it out… will they keep their word?

  • IT COMES HOME

    Fury, who has been wearing an England shirt all week, heads to It’s Coming Home.

    I don’t think that crowd could catch any more fire!

    We now have both boxers in the ring and are so close now.

  • Here comes the champion!

    Chisora ​​is joined by Tyson Fury, who is greeted with a cheering chorus from Tottenham’s electric stadium.

    Clad in a Gypsy King BEANIE, Fury prepares to brave the cold and head to the ring.

    Chisora ​​keeps warm in the ring in a gigantic robe.

  • Chisora ​​rocks OnlyFans

    The heavyweight becomes the latest fighter to reveal a sponsorship with subscription-based site OnlyFans.

    He’s in good company with the likes of Floyd Mayweather and Andy Ruiz Jr. also on board the company.

    Chisora ​​said of the deal, “I love my fans. I look forward to providing you with some delicious content. Stay tuned and expect the unexpected.”

  • Here we go

    Legendary announcer Jimmy Lennon Jr. prepares to welcome the fighters to the ring.

    First comes Derek Chisora ​​- who, despite being in his backyard in London, is being booed.

    Clearly a Pro Fury fanbase here at Spurs Stadium.

  • Frampton digs

    Carl Frampton clearly still hasn’t lost love for his former friend and trainer-turned-rival Shane McGuigan.

    He gave the manager a scathing verdict after Daniel Dubois’ win over Kevin Lerena.

    Frampton said, “Dubois said, ‘What happened?’ Obviously with a concussion, didn’t know what was going on… To me that looked like a corner that didn’t have the fighter’s best interests at heart.

  • Champ’s melody

    Tyson Fury’s version of Neil Diamond’s classic Sweet Caroline roars through Tottenham’s stadium.

    The WBC champion officially released the tune and fans are loving it.

    Over the years, it has become the unofficial anthem of fight nights.

  • The finishing touch

    Fury puts the last few pieces in place before making his ring walk.

    In red shorts and matching gloves, he hits the pads and trains with Coach SugarHill Steward.

    Fans went mad at the sight of the champion.

  • Anger against Chisora

    Understand that we are not far from the ring roads.

    Spurs’ stadium is filling up and fans have already been treated to a heavyweight thrill in Daniel Dubois’ comeback win over Kevin Lerena.

    Let’s hope for similar fireworks in the night’s headliner… coming NEXT.

  • Anger against Chisora

    Understand that we are not far from the ring roads.

    Spurs’ stadium is filling up and fans have already been treated to a heavyweight thrill in Daniel Dubois’ comeback win over Kevin Lerena.

    Let’s hope for similar fireworks in the night’s headliner… coming NEXT.

  • Damned

    Daniel Dubois’ trainer Shane McGuigan said the heavyweight had torn ligaments in his knee.

    It makes the comeback win even more amazing as he kept fighting to keep Lerena on her feet.

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