Tyson Fury will defend his heavyweight title at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium in London on December 3. His opponent is the British Derek Chisora.
For Fury, it marks his first fight since April, when he defeated Dillian Wyte. Remarkably, after that fight, he announced his retirement, but it soon became apparent that the announcement was not worth much. Not much later, Fury started challenging Oleksanr Usyk on social media again and in September he gave Anthony Joshua the chance to fight. That fell through, however, and the heavyweight champion has now joined Chisora, who had already been defeated by Fury twice, in 2011 and 2014.
After a years-long absence, Fury has completely dominated the heavyweight class in boxing following his return in 2018. His first fight with Deontay Wilder ended in a draw, but then five matches were won convincingly.
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