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'I'll teach Fury a lesson': Chisora
16 Apr 2014 14:02
Dereck Chisora intends to send Tyson Fury to "the naughty corner" in their 'must-win' final eliminator for the WBO heavyweight championship in July.
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The two will meet at Manchester's Phones4U arena, with the winner progressing forward to a world-title bout against Wladimir Klitschko.
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Chisora has won his last five fights since losing to David Haye at Upton Park in 2012, picking up the WBO and WBA International championships in the process.
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He meets Fury, whose own fight with Haye was cancelled after the latter was cut during sparring, looking for another shot at a world title in what Chisora himself admits is likely to be his last chance.
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Fury famously seemed to unnerve Haye in the press conference to announce their ill-fated fight, but Chisora insists that was petulant behaviour from a man not used to being under the spotlight.
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"David Haye was just chilled," Chisora said when asked about Fury's performance in the conference.
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"He has seen it all before but it was the first time Tyson has been on the bigger stage and he acted like a little kid.
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"We know how he is but we are just going to chill out and kick back. I will just ignore him and then put him in the naughty corner."
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