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Mike Tyson shares FaceTime call with Derek Chisora after Brit’s brutal trilogy fight loss to Tyson Fury

, Mike Tyson shares FaceTime call with Derek Chisora after Brit’s brutal trilogy fight loss to Tyson Fury

DEREK CHISORA shared a FaceTime call with heavyweight legend Mike Tyson after his brutal loss to Tyson Fury.

Chisora was dismantled in ten rounds at Tottenham’s stadium, losing for the THIRD time against Fury.

Mike Tyson on FaceTime with Derek Chisora

The veteran fan-favourite – who refused to retire – was left with gruesomely bloodshot eyes just days after the savage stoppage.

But Chisora, 38, was all smiles as he spoke on the phone with boxing’s youngest heavyweight champion of all time.

Fury, 34, first beat his old friend in 2011 and then 2014 but saved the best till last.

He left Chisora spitting blood but the rugged Londoner has no plans to call it quits in his career.

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He said:  “The ref was right, I was not doing much.

“Fighters never want to stop but that’s why the refs are there, because we have to go home to our kids.

“It was fun, I did enjoy it. I’m not retiring yet. f*** that s***. I want to go on the road now for more fights.”

Promoter Eddie Hearn has had Chisora headline several of his pay-per-view and subscriptions fights.

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And Hearn believes with the heavyweight refusing to step down a level in competition, it should signal the end of his storied road.

He told iD Boxing: “You’re putting him in tough fights for a lot of money and I don’t think he should be in those fights necessarily anymore after a payday like that and after getting beat like that.

“So in my opinion, I think it would be a good time for him to step away. But Derek’s his own man and he’s a great man.

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“And he will make the decision with his family.”

Derek Chisora was stopped in ten rounds in his trilogy fight with Tyson Fury

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different types and uses of boxing gloves?

There are three types of boxing gloves available: mitts and fingerless mitts. Mitten gloves are padded around the knuckles. Fingerless mitts have no padding around the knuckles but still cover the fingers. Full-fingered gloves have padding on the entire hand.

For punching with the fist, mittens can be used. Fingerless mitt glove are for striking the index finger with the knuckle. Boxing gloves for full-finger punching can be obtained with full-fingered hands.

How do you practice boxing punches?

A punching bag is used to practice boxing punches. The bag is used to practice boxing punches until you feel confident. Next, move on to the next section of your body. Once you feel confident with the area, move on to next.

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How can I practice boxing defense by myself?

Boxing is one the oldest martial arts known. Boxing is one of the most difficult sports you can play. You can’t just punch someone and knock him out. You should know how to defend against punches, kicks, and other attacks.

The first thing you need to do is find a boxing gym near you. Once you’ve found the right place to train, it’s time to purchase gloves and a headgear. Gloves protect your hands and the headgear your head. You’ll also need to wear shorts and a T-shirt.

Once you have all your equipment, you need to heat up. Start slowly and work your way up gradually to full speed. If you feel ready, get on the bag and start sparring with another boxer. Don’t be disappointed if you do not succeed. Just try again until you nail it.

How to throw the jab

Here’s a step-by, easy guide on how to throw a jab.

  1. Move forward with both your feet.
  2. Elevate your arm over your shoulder.
  3. Keep your fist in front of your target.
  4. After hitting your target, swing your arm backwards.
  5. Steps 1 through 4 can be repeated.

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How To

How to learn to box to exercise

How to Learn to Box For Exercise

The goal of learning boxing is to improve your physical fitness level and develop self confidence. Boxing is a popular sport. It requires speed, strength, agility, stamina and coordination.

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Boxing is an excellent way to lose weight and feel great about yourself. You’ll love the activity and want to continue it.

There are many different types of boxing training programs available. Some are held at health clubs or gyms, while others can be done at home. Online courses allow you to learn from anywhere in the globe.

It is important to find a program that suits your needs and your lifestyle. The best programs are those that focus on building muscle mass, increasing flexibility, improving cardiovascular endurance, and improving overall well-being.

Also, consider whether you prefer an advanced or beginner course. Beginner’s courses usually cover basic techniques such as shadowboxing or sparring, mittwork and punching combinations. Advanced programs cover more complex movements and offer more variety.

Beginners’ programs generally last around eight weeks and cost less than $100. These programs do not provide guidance about nutrition, weight, injury prevention or any other aspect of boxing training.

Advanced programs generally last around six months and cost approximately $300. They may include nutritional advice, stretching, warm-up exercises and instruction on proper technique. Some programs include resistance training such as lifting weights and aerobic conditioning such as running.

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