Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3 Odds for Possible December Trilogy

Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3 Odds for Possible December Trilogy

Boxing odds for a potential fight between Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora are live.Chisora is coming off a decision victory over Kubrat Pulev.Fury has targeted a new trainer in close companion Isaac Lowe for his comeback.

WBO heavyweight champion Tyson Fury wants to match Muhammad Ali’s heavyweight record of having fought 2 trilogies. While the “Gypsy King” was supposed to be retired after he defeated Dillan Whyte earlier this year. The return for one more heavyweight showdown seem imminent, if that’s Derek Chisora or the winner of Usyk vs Joshua, we will find out.

Fury vs Chisora 3 Odds

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Fury has already two solid wins over Chisora, so there is no surprise that he opens as a heavy -800 betting favorite to win in a potential trilogy. That gives the Gypsy King an implied win probability of 88%. Derek Chisora will be 39 at the end of 2022, and with one more shot at the heavyweight title he is currently a +500 betting favorite.

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“I’ve decided to come back to boxing because I can be the first heavyweight champion in history to have two trilogies, one with Deontay Wilder and a second one with Derek Chisora,” Fury said. “I always said I’d fight Derek Chisora at the end of my career and here we are breaking all records again, setting precedents and why I’ve chosen Isaac Lowe as my trainer is because when I was with Peter [Fury] Isaac was there, when I was with ben [Davison] Isaac’s always been there, and when I was with Sugar Hill, Isaac’s always been there as well. He always gives me information; he knows me better than anyone on the planet and we’re a great team.”

Betting on Fury vs Chisora Trilogy

With Fury unlikely to actually retire, many wondered if his intention of no longer competing in professional boxing were genuine following his dominant showing against Dillian Whyte in April. It now seems as though Fury has his sights set on another British rival, who he’s fought twice before Derek Chisora.

Chisora (23-12), has had solid run at British heavyweight boxing over the years. After losing three fights in a row to Usyk and Parker twice. Chisora took on Bulgarian heavyweight Kubrat Pulev in July at the 02 in London. Chisora was a +190 betting underdog in this fight and pulled of the win. Following his win, questions about who his next opponent would be began circulating, with even Deontay Wilder’s name thrown in the hat.

Chisora and Fury have battled against one another twice before, as they were involved in a fight in 2011. The fight was decided in his favor by a unanimous decision. There is a history between Fury and Chisora and not just inside the ring. The two Birish heavyweights share a relatable friendship and this could be another reason for Fury calling him out.

After his title fight in April against Dillian Whyte, many believed that Fury was attempting to cash in on his victory. However, his plans now look clearer, as he called out Derek Chisora on social media on Monday.

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Bob Arum on Tyson Fury’s social media videos about a Derek Chisora trilogy with Isaac Lowe as his new trainer: “He’s having fun. Don’t take it seriously. The truth is that he gets up in the morning and figures how he can best stir up s*** and that’s what he does.” [@DanRafael1]

— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) August 10, 2022

Bob Arum who has his sights set on the upcoming Usky vs Joshua rematch, doesn’t believe the speculation behind this fight yet. In terms of wagering an early bet, Fury all day by whatever means he wants. The second fight wasn’t the prettiest and the trilogy could be sloppy 12-round sparring match or Chisora calling it a day, giving Fury the win by TKO.

Author: Bryan Simpson