The old foes are coming out of retirement for a trilogy bout. Find out the details for Fury vs Chisora 3, including date and venue, as well as information on their past two fights, how they match up now, and the premium hospitality packages available to you.

Tyson Fury has been looking for a fight ever since the conclusion of Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk 2. First, it was with Usyk, then it was with Joshua.

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But with both falling through, the “Gypsy King” had to look elsewhere. And his search has taken him back to an old foe - Derek Chisora.

The two have fought twice in the past, both with the same result. But a trilogy fight is always a big deal, and all it takes in boxing is one solid hit, so we could see a surprise in this one.

With the third fight now confirmed, we’ve had a look at the history of their last two bouts, and have taken a look at how they match up against one another.

Fury vs Chisora 1

Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora first went to battle on 23rd July 2011, when Fury was 22 and Chisora was 27. The fight was held in London and was shown free-to-air on Channel 5.

At the time the two fighters shared an identical record of 14-0. Chisora was in possession of the British and Commonwealth Heavyweight titles, having retained his British title and winning the Commonwealth title in his previous fight against Sam Sexton.

Chisora was the favourite for the fight, despite Fury having the height and reach advantage. This was because he had been fighting for a bit longer, having turned professional in early 2007, while Fury turned pro in late 2008.

The bout was hard-fought, with both fighters putting in strong performances to make the case that they would and could be the next big thing in British boxing.

After 12 rounds, the fight came down to the judge's scorecard. Fury won by unanimous decision, with the judges scoring it 117–112, 117–112, and 118–111 in his favour.

Fury vs Chisora 2

Three years later, on 29th November 2014, the pair would stand in opposite corners once again, this time with a bigger prize on offer.

Fury vs Chisora 2, billed as “The Fight for the Right” and “Bad Blood”, would determine the mandatory challenger for Wladimir Klitschko’s WBO Heavyweight title.

Chisora was also in possession of the European and WBO International Heavyweight titles, and the fight was also for the vacant British Heavyweight title.

In the three years between the first and second fight, both fighters had moved on to bigger things. Chisora had fought Klitschko’s brother, Vitali, for the WBC Heavyweight title, although he had lost that.

His record going into the fight was 20-4, and he was coming off of a five-fight win streak. He was also the WBO number one ranked heavyweight.

Fury, on the other hand, was still undefeated, with a record of 22-0 before the fight. He had vacated the titles he had previously won from Chisora as he wanted to move on to bigger world title fights. Fury was the WBO number four ranked heavyweight at the time.

In the WBO “Eliminator” fight, it was clear from the first bell that Fury had the advantage. Chisora struggled with Fury’s height and reach advantage, more so than in the first fight.

He was unable to get anything going or even get in close to land any significant punches. Fury’s unorthodox fighting style made Chisora hit him below the belt numerous times, leading to him being warned by the referee.

With Fury utilising his jabs and fast punches, he was able to comfortably outbox Chisora, keeping him outside and dictating the entire fight, winning every round.

In the tenth round, Chisora’s corner, or more specifically his trainer, Don Charles, had seen enough and pulled him towards the end of the round.

After the fight, Fury called out his next big challenger, Wladimir Klitschko, saying in his post-fight interview "Wladimir Klitschko, I'm coming for you, baby. I'm coming. No turning back now, no retreat, no surrender."

Fury vs Chisora 3: How they match up

Trilogy fights are usually reserved for grudge matches - see the Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder trilogy for a great example.

For this one, it seems more as though Fury needs a tune-up fight to get himself ready for a potential Undisputed Heavyweight fight against Usyk next year, while Chisora may be doing it as one last hurrah before he properly retires.

Both fighters are current champions, with Fury holding one of the big ones, the WBC title that he won after beating Wilder, and Chisora holding the WBA International Heavyweight title after beating Kubrat Pulev for the vacant title earlier this year.

Chisora has had many more fights than Fury, with 45 in total compared to Fury’s 33. However, Fury is still undefeated, with a record of 33-0-1 (the one being a draw in Fury vs Wilder 1). Chisora’s record is 33-12, of course with two of those losses being to Fury.

The two fighters are in very different positions in their careers. While both announced retirement earlier this year, at 38 years old, Chisora’s feels very much more real and justified than Fury, who at 34 years old looks like he could still go at it and beat the majority of the heavyweight division.

Fury vs Chisora 3 fight date and venue

When Tyson Fury previously called out Antony Joshua, he set him two dates for the fight - 26th November or 3rd December. When AJ picked the latter date, Fury got to work aiming for then.

Ever since, every time he has posted to his social media accounts about his camp progress, he has stated his next fight will be on 3rd December. That has seemingly been the only fact that has remained unchanged this whole time.

As for the venue, it has now officially been confirmed as the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the venue that played host to the Joshua vs Usyk 1 fight.

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