Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora came face-to-face in an intense stare-down ahead of their heavyweight clash this weekend.
Fury and Chisora will go head to head for the third time in their boxing careers this Saturday night at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The stare-down took place today and like any other Fury face-off, didn’t disappoint.
The Gypsy King whipped off his sunglasses and fixed his wide eye gaze on Chisora. After his opponent turned away, Fury refused to take his eyes off him and when told that it wasn’t a staring competition, he replied:
“I do [want a staring competition]. Every time I stare them out. I look into their souls deep within them.”
— Top Rank Boxing (@trboxing) December 1, 2022
Since their last meeting in 2014, Fury has gone undefeated, extending his professional record to 33-0. Chisora on the other hand has lost on seven occasions to fighters like Dillian Whyte and Oleksandr Usyk.
Their two previous fights up to now have been majorly one-sided, with the Gypsy King winning the first by unanimous decision and the second by stoppage.
Let’s hope that Saturday’s fight makes for a more entertaining watch.