Derek Chisora has hit back at Tyson Fury about making their trilogy fight.
The 38-year-old heavyweight was last in action just last month when he beat Kubrat Pulev in a rematch of their 2016 clash.
Chisora moved to 33-12 (23 KOs) with that win at the O2 Arena In London and has since been targeted by the WBC world champion Fury as he looks to drag his old nemesis into a third outing.
Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) has already beaten Chisora twice, outpointing him in 2011 and then stopping him in 2014, but has long insisted he would face his fellow countryman again.
And now ‘Del Boy’ has taken to social media to repsond after being told by Fury to “get his team to contact him” and “sign the f***ing contract”:
“Tyson, stop talking s***e, mate.
“Phone Mummy and Daddy – Mummy’s Frank Warren and Daddy’s Bob Arum – and tell them you want to hang out with me, okay?
“Then send me the paperwork, b***h! Yeah?”
Go phone mummy and daddy @frankwarren_tv and @BobArum and stop talking shit. @Tyson_Fury send me the paperwork bitch #warchisorapic.twitter.com/J92BYBNJru
— Derek Chisora 🥊 (@DerekWarChisora) August 9, 2022
Eddie Hearn of Matchroom, who looks after Chisora promotionally, said last week that Fury’s offer was too low and that he didn’t think the fight would materialise, despite David Ghansa of 258 MGT admitting that talks had been had regarding the fight.
The demand to Chisora from Fury outlines the 33-year-old’s intention to return from the self-imposed hiatus and fight again, despite previously stating that a pot of $500million and a fight with Oleksandr Usyk, the WBA Super, IBF, WBO and IBO champion, would be the only thing to tempt him to lace up the gloves again – unless a fight against Anthony Joshua at Wembley materialises.
Fury’s promoter Frank Warren admitted his charge has “itchy feet” over a return, while Top Rank head honcho Bob Arum stating that the Ring Magazine champion is biding his time before coming back to face the winner of August 20’s WBA Super, IBF, IBO and WBO heavyweight title rematch clash between former undisputed cruiserweight champion Usyk and two-time unified champion Joshua at the Jeddah Superdome in Saudi Arabia.