Tyson Fury has called on Derek Chisora to accept his offer for a trilogy fight.
The WBC heavyweight champion reached out to 258 MGT, which manages ‘Del Boy’, in the hope that a deal can be reached for the pair to clash for a third time.
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.
Chisora (33-12, 23 KOs) was last seen between the ropes at the O2 Arena in London last month as he beat Kubrat Pulev in a rematch of their 2016 clash.
And despite ‘The Gypsy King’ being “retired” after his sixth-round stoppage win over number one-ranked Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium back in April, he has called on Chisora to sign the deal for the pair to fight again.
In a video posted on social media he said:
“This one goes out to Derek ‘The s***house’ Chisora; you’re running Derek, from the tirlogy.
“You call yourself ‘War’ but you should call yourself chicken because you’re running from the trilogy and from a career-high pay day.
“Get that f***ing contract signed.”
🙀 “You’re running from the trilogy, Derek! Get the f***ing contract signed!”@Tyson_Fury sensationally calls out @DerekWarChisora to sign the contract and fight him for a third time and a career highest payday 👀
— Boxing Social (@boxing_social) August 8, 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.
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 has also flirted with an exhibition bout with former World’s Strongest Man Thor Bjornsson with both men claiming talks had taken place over a November clash.
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.