Tyson Fury Vs. Derek Chisora 3 Betting Odds and Predictions (WBC World Heavyweight Championship, December 3)

Tyson Fury Vs. Derek Chisora III Betting Tips and Predictions

Tyson Fury defends his WBC World heavyweight title against Derek Chisora in a trilogy bout on Saturday. This is his last title fight of the year in the heaviest division, and it’s expected with much interest. Derek Chisora isn’t much of a competition for Tyson Fury, but there’s always a chance of an upset while the biggest guys are in the ring.

Fury vs Chisora III Boxing Fight Details

With plenty of expectations from Fury, he comes once again in the ring with only one title at stake. However, he should put someone on his schedule while Joshua and Usyk decided the fate of the rest heavyweight titles twice in a row. For Chisora, it’s a perfect and probably last chance to bring even more confusion to the boxing odds before the 2023 schedule.

Event: World Heavyweight Championship, WBC Title Bout
Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, United Kingdom
Date: 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, 2 December 2022

Fury Chisora 3 Odds to Win

UK boxing bookies have set odds for this fight, and the lines aren’t surprising, with Tyson Fury being the favorite at 1.01 (1/100) to retain his WBC World Heavyweight Championship title.

Honestly speaking, Derek Chisora is not in the best of form to beat Tyson Fury in this match and is valued at 14.00 (13/1) for an upset win. A draw result in this contest is pegged at 25.00 (24/1).

Tyson Fury Form

Tyson Fury started his professional journey in 2008. The 34-year-old has a record of 32-0-1 with 23 knockouts in that period. The Gypsy King has contested 210 rounds to date, and his last fight was against Dillian Whyte, where he was declared the winner by sixth-round technical knockout.

Tyson Fury’s Advantages Over Derek Chisora

Unlike Derek Chisora, Tyson Fury has an amazing mix of athletic ability and punching power. He also has a good mastery of the ring, allowing him to maneuver, especially in tight angles. This is one of his strengths against big boxers like Derek Chisora. Since public criticism last year, Tyson Fury has improved his punching power and has been more deadly recently. It makes the odds for the WBC boxing title fights all in favor of the Gypsy King.

Derek Chisora Form

Derek Chisora has begun professional boxing a year earlier than Tyson Fury and has a record of 33-12 (23 KOs). He has contested 304 rounds to date. Derek Chisora has lost two of his last three fights. Two of those losses were against Joseph Parker while he was victorious in his last fight against Kubrat Pulev.

Derek Chisora Advantages Over Tyson Fury

Derek Chisora has very good explosiveness in the ring, and it is one of his major bets if he is to get anything against Tyson Fury. He has very good punching power, and nine of his last eleven victories have come by knockout. Derek Chisora is a good attacking boxer, he usually doesn’t play defensively, and this has worked for him most of the time.

Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora: H2H

Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora met at the Wembley Arena in 2011. Derek Chisora was defending his British and Commonwealth titles, and both boxers went into the fight with a record of 14–0. The Gypsy King won by unanimous decision with scores of 117–112 and 117–112.

In four years, they met once again, and Derek had once again to defend a few titles, including WBO. That time Chisora’s corner decided to stop the bloody clash in the 10th round, giving the titles to Fury again.

Fury vs Chisora in 2014

Fury vs Chisora III Predictions

Tyson Fury to Win By Knockout/Technical Knockout or Disqualification @ 1.25 (1/4)

Tyson Fury doesn’t give room for so much upset. He remains unbeaten at a professional level, and his recent fight against Dillian Whyte suggests that this should be easy for the Gypsy King. Derek Chisora has a second chance to fight for the WBC title. His first contest at the WBC World Heavyweight Championship was against Vitali Klitschko, where he lost by unanimous decision.

The Gypsy King is in good condition ahead of this fight, and with talks of retirement close, he would be looking to retain his title. Despite Derek Chisora’s win, he has just one win in his last four bouts, losing to Usyk and Joseph Parker. Tyson Fury is much better than Derek Chisora, and the latter is expected to attack, which is costly against a fighter like Tyson Fury. Punters betting on boxing fights should back the Gypsy King to pick up a fourth consecutive knockout win.

Round Total – Over 6.5 Rounds @ 1.83 (5/6)

Derek Chisora might not be a flashy option for betting, but he has shown an ability to make fights linger for long. We could see up to seven rounds in this fight between Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora. Derek Chisora’s last loss before the seventh round was as far back as 2012. With a win in his last fight, we expect Derek Chisora to make this fight a lot more interesting, and we should see the seventh round in this championship battle.

Chisora to Win @ 14.00 (13/1)

With almost no chance of winning the upcoming bout, Chisora’s win over Fury is worth a punt. When we are talking about the heavyweight division in boxing, one punch or uppercut can make a difference. And since Fury isn’t ideal in defense and was put on canvas even by smaller guys like Wilder, the ones like Derek can deliver an upset. It’s pretty dangerous to make such a choice as the main bet on the Fury vs Chisora 3rd fight, but like a backup wager – ideal variant.

Our Betting Picks for Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora Third Bout

  • Tyson Fury to Win By Knockout/Technical Knockout or Disqualification @ 1.25 (1/4)
  • Round Total – Over 6.5 Rounds @ 1.83 (5/6)

The WBC World Heavyweight Championship has great betting options for this fight. We’ve got you covered on under or result in bet types. Using our sports betting predictions, you can easily put extra cash in your virtual or real pocket.

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