Tyson Fury wants a trilogy bout with Derek Chisora
The WBC heavyweight champion of the world, Tyson Fury, has sent a message to Derek Chisora, a man he has already shared the ring with on two occasions, as he wants the trilogy bout.
Fury posted a clip to social media where he says: "This one goes out to Derek the s**thouse Chisora.
"You're running Derek from the trilogy, call yourself war but you should call yourself chicken because you're running from a trilogy, a career high pay day.
"Get the f**king contract signed and stop being a s**thouse."
Fury first met Chisora in the squared circle back in 2011, both men were unbeaten at this time and Fury would win by unanimous decision. The rematch took place three years later and Fury dominated Chisora for ten rounds before Chisora's corner pulled him out.
Fury claimed he was retiring after his victory over Dillian Whyte in April this year at Wembley Stadium. However, Fury looks to retract that statement as he wants to fight his old foe Derek Chisora, who is coming off the back of a victory over Kubrat Pulev.