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Fury puts friendship aside for third shot at Chisora

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Tyson Fury has vowed to put a budding friendship with Derek Chisora ​​aside as he aims to defeat his compatriot Briton for a third time on Saturday.

Fury is the big favorite to maintain his unbeaten professional record and retain the WBC heavyweight title.

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A fight with Chisora ​​at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium was agreed after negotiations for a long-awaited fight with Anthony Joshua broke down.

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Fury could also face Ukraine’s Oleksandr Usyk next year in a bid to unify the heavyweight division, but he insisted he wouldn’t take his eyes off the ball against Chisora.

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The two, who last met in 2014, struck up a friendship in recent years and exchanged media handshakes on Tuesday.

“You will see Del Boy get knocked out. I dont play games. For me, this is not entertainment or games. It’s purely business,” Fury said.

“People say, ‘Well, I’m the big favorite.’ But I’m just a man with a chin, like him. I can get knocked out and he can get knocked out.”

“Here we can make friends and shake hands and then go eat a hamburger, but there are no friends here.”

The showdown between Fury’s and Joshua’s camps gave the 38-year-old Chisora ​​an unlikely final bid for the “Gypsy King’s” scalp.

“I’m in great shape,” Chisora ​​said. Tyson looks like he’s in great shape.

“Should I knock him out? Yes, that’s the whole point.”

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Source: sports.yahoo.com

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