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Tyson Fury calls out Oleksandr Usyk and Daniel Dubios after third victory over Derek Chisora

Tyson Fury (right) lands on Derek Chisora in their trilogy bout. Photo credit: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury 33-0-1 (24) had an easy night against veteran Derek Chisora 33-13 (23) at Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium in Tottenham, England on Saturday night.

The 34-year-old Fury battered Chisora, 38, around the ring for most of the fight before referee Victor Loughlin stopped the contest at the 2:51 mark of the 10th round.

According to CompuBox, Chisora landed 70 body punches, the most of any of Fury’s opponents. Unfortunately for Chisora, Fury landed 50% or more of his power punches in 7 of the 10 rounds. Fury also landed 63 jabs that did a lot of damage.

It was the third bout between Fury and Chisora.

“I needed some rounds but I felt good in there,” Fury said. “Take nothing away from Derek ‘War’ Chisora, he’s a real warrior and it was a privilege to fight him three times, he is a British boxing folk hero.”

After the fight Fury engaged in some colourful language with WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk 20-0 (13), who took in the fight from ringside.

“Eh rabbit? Usyk you’re next you little bitch. You are next. Me and you next. You’re next. Rabbit! Pussy! 15st little midget. Bodybuilder. Well I ain’t a bodybuilder, I’m going to write you off,” Fury said.

“I already done one Ukrainian in [Wladimir] Klitschko didn’t I? And I’ll do you as well, gappy teeth.

“You ugly little man. Let’s get it on bitch. You may laugh now but I’ll end this lil sucker. I’ll end you. You little sucker. What are you gonna do? You’re gonna do fuck all you little sausage.”

Before the bout Fury said he wants to go barnstorming next year.

“After I beat Chisora and after I beat Oleksandr Usyk next year, I am going to try and go on a massive campaign all over the world,” he said.

“Emanuel Steward spoke to me about this years ago and said ‘wouldn’t it be good if a heavyweight champion of the world could go to places where no one else wants to go and get the Government to put the money up to put it on?’

“Like go to Antarctica, they have nothing else on there. Fire out places like one a month, a Tyson Fury roadshow, where were you for that? That is what I want to do. [Co-promoters] Frank [Warren] and Bob [Arum] together could do that.”

On the undercard of Fury-Chisora, Daniel ‘Dynamite’ Dubios 19-1 (18) survived three knockdowns in the opening round to defeat Kevin Lerena 28-2 (14) in the third.

The 25-year-old Dubois had a leg injury that hampered his mobility, but he bit down on the mouthpiece to work his way back into the fight, dropping Lerena, 30, in the third and finishing him off along the ropes.

“I wasn’t even there in the first round, but that shot woke me up,” Dubois said. “I just saw I was landing shots and it was hurting him. So I just thought, ‘I’ve just got to pick it.’ I saw the opening and I went for it.”