Tyson Fury’s short period in retirement will end when he returns to face Derek Chisora in December after his plan of facing Anthony Joshua failed to come to fruition
Tyson Fury will return to the ring to fight Derek Chisora for the third time in December, Frank Warren has confirmed.
The bout between the pair will take place on December 3rd after a deal couldn’t be agreed to fight Anthony Joshua. Fury had signalled his retirement after knocking out Dillian Whyte back in April, but he will now return and had been eyeing a contest with his long-time rival.
Fury and Joshua exchanged messages on social media before their respective teams got involved to try and finalise a fight, albeit unsuccessfully. The duo have long traded verbal blows and the Gypsy King claimed contracts were with Joshua’s team and he failed to sign them by the deadline.