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Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3: Date, UK start time, live stream, TV channel, price for heavyweight fight THIS WEEKEND

, Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3: Date, UK start time, live stream, TV channel, price for heavyweight fight THIS WEEKEND

TYSON FURY makes his big return to boxing when he faces Derek Chisora on SATURDAY.

The Gypsy King hasn’t been in the ring since his sixth-round TKO destruction of Dillian Whyte back in April at a sold out Wembley Stadium.

How the fighters compare

Derek Chisora will face Tyson Fury for the THIRD time in his career

A whopping 94,000 fans, a British record, filled the England football team’s national stadium that night to watch Fury defend his WBC heavyweight crown before announcing his retirement in the ring after.

His retirement didn’t last long, however, as toward the end of the summer he called out Anthony Joshua for a massive money-spinning clash.

Talks failed to materialise, however, and now Fury is on the precipice of finalising a deal to fight Chisora, who beat Kubrat Pulev in exciting fashion in July.

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Chisora has clashed with Fury twice before, though, losing the first on points before being stopped in their 2014 sequel.

And now, the two British heavyweights are set to fight for a third time in the most expensive showing on BT Sport Box Office EVER.

, Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3: Date, UK start time, live stream, TV channel, price for heavyweight fight THIS WEEKENDTyson Fury takes on Derek Chisora at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

When is Fury vs Chisora 3?

  • Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora is on this Saturday, December 3.
  • The fight is set to take place at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.
  • The last fight to be held there was Anthony Joshua’s first fight with Oleksandr Usyk last year.
  • Ring-walks have been confirmed to be taking place at 9pm UK time.

What TV channel will it be on and can it be live streamed?

  • Fury vs Chisora 3 will be shown live on BT Sport Box Office in the UK.
  • BT Sport Box Office is available for live streaming from their dedicated app, which can be downloaded onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • The event will cost £26.95.

Fury vs Chisora card

The full undercard has yet to be announced for Fury vs Chisora 3.

But it’s been confirmed that Daniel Dubois will be in action in the co-main event slot, as he takes on Kevin Lerena, defending his WBA heavyweight ‘Regular’ title in the process.

  • Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora – WBC heavyweight title
  • Daniel Dubois vs Kevin Lerena – WBA ‘Regular’ heavyweight title
  • Yvan Mendy vs Denys Berinchyk
  • Karol Itauma vs Vladimir Belujsky
  • Isaac Lowe vs Sandeep Singh Bhatti
  • Royston Barney Smith vs Cruz Perez

What has been said?

Fury: “I’m not gonna sit here and call Chisora names. I respect him. I’ve got nothing bad to say about Derek; he’s a good fighting man, and he brings his A game every time.

“[But] In my reign right now, I’m reigning supreme. I’ll beat him, and then I’ll beat the little middleweight guy [Usyk].

“He says he’s gonna knock me out, I wanna see him do it. If he does, I’ll be the first to congratulate him.”

Chisora: “I’m a black belt in crazy! The mindset is unbelievable right now, it’s crazy.

“It’s gonna be toe to toe. I have to knock him out, I’m gonna drop him, yeah.

“I’ll beat him. I’m gonna knock him out, I’m gonna stop him, 100 per cent.”

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Promoter Frank Warren said: “Tyson wanted to fight in his home country again this year following his special night at Wembley Stadium in April.

“This brings us to the magnificent Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and a match against an old rival in Derek Chisora.

“Derek, also a big favourite with British fans, has reinvented himself in recent years and Tyson has long stated his wish to fight him for a third time.

“Tyson can’t afford any slip-up in this fight as he has the much-publicised undisputed match-up with Usyk in the New Year which we’re really looking forward to.”

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I increase my defense against fighting?

Learn how to fight smart and you can improve your fighting defense. You need to know how defense against attacks from every angle is possible, as well how to counterattack in case of emergency.

If you don’t know the art of fighting, you won’t have the ability to win any fights. You’ll just get beaten up. But if you do know how to fight, you’ll be ready for whatever comes at you.

Here are some ways to improve your defense.

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  1. Know where your opponent’s attack is coming from. This means you must pay close attention to the body language of your opponent. You should pay attention to his body language. If he seems nervous, that could be an indication of his next attack.
  2. Be calm. Don’t panic. Instead, stay focused and relaxed.
  3. Block with the arms of your armour. You can defend yourself against attacks by blocking with your arms.
  4. Counterattack. If you see your opponent attacking you, then you need to counterattack immediately.
  5. Fight dirty. Fighting dirty is another way to defend yourself. You can also respond to an opponent’s kicks by kicking them back.

How to throw a jab:

To throw a jab, simply follow this simple step-by-step guide:

  1. Move forward with both your feet.
  2. Elevate your arm over your shoulder.
  3. Keep your fist in front of your target.
  4. Swing your arm back upwards after hitting your target.
  5. Steps 1 through 4 can be repeated.

What are the seven punches in boxing

The seven punches in boxing are jab, cross, hook, uppercut, straight right, left hook, and body shot. These punches attack the opponent’s head or body.

How long does it take you to learn how to box?

Boxing is one the oldest forms of martial arts. China recorded the first boxing match in 2200 BC. For thousands of years, boxing has been practiced. Athletes and celebrities still love boxing. It takes approximately 10 months to master boxing.

Because boxing involves so many movements, it is slow to learn. To be able to perform each movement correctly, certain muscles are required. It takes time and effort to build these muscles.

But once you’ve learned how to move your body, you can start practicing any type of boxing technique. Each technique will become easier over time.

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How long does it usually take to become an elite boxer?

Professional boxing takes hard work and dedication. You will need to train at least 10 hours per semaine if you want to be a professional boxer.

How do beginners train to become boxers?

Boxing is one, if not the oldest, sport in existence. But boxing only recently became more popular. Boxing is a sport where two fighters face off against each other in a ring. They punch each other until one fighter falls down.

Find out if you are interested in boxing before you start thinking about becoming a boxer. You can also watch fights online to see how it feels like hitting someone. After you have decided if you are interested in boxing, you can choose the style of fighting that you like.

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What is the difference between left hook and right cross?

A left-hand hook is thrown on the side of a body while a lateral cross is thrown on the front.

The opponent is facing the back of the left hook. The elbow is bent 90° and the wrist is turned 45° toward the opponent.

With the palm facing the opponent, a right cross is performed. The elbow should be straight. The wrist is turned 45 degrees away from the opponent.

Statistics

  • You want to be running at roughly 75-80% of your top speed..5 mile slow, easy recovery jog at the end.[6]X Research source 2Mix in long runs, shadow boxing, and short sprints on non-interval days. (wikihow.com)
  • It is just like normal sparring with a partner, but you want to throw punches at 75% of your normal speed. (wikihow.com)

External Links

expertboxing.com

boxandflow.com

How To

These are the basic skills of boxing

How to box efficiently

Boxing is a popular sport. It is made up of two competitors who aim to knock the head off each other. The rules of boxing vary from country to country. There are generally three types of boxing: Amateur, Professional, and Olympic.

Amateur boxing usually takes place at school, college and university. This type of boxing allows sparring without protection. Amateur boxing contests are usually three rounds in length, lasting five minutes each. There are many different styles of amateur boxing including Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Taekwondo, Karate, Judo, Wrestling and others.

Boxing is typically practiced in clubs, stadiums or gyms. They are equipped with protective equipment including a mouthpiece and nose guard, shinguards as well as elbow pads, knee pads. Waist belts and groin protectors. Professional boxing competitions consist of six rounds lasting four minutes each. There are many styles of professional boxing: Boxing, MMA (Mixed Martial Arts), Kickboxing and Muay Thai.

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Olympic boxing is practiced at the Olympics. Special protective gear must be worn by boxers to ensure compliance with international standards. The competition lasts eight rounds of three minutes each. Olympic boxing has only two styles, Light Flyweight vs Heavyweight.

Boxing’s fundamental skills are:

  • Punching techniques
  • Guarding techniques
  • Footwork
  • Stance
  • Body movement
  • Defense
  • Combination
  • Rotation
  • Spare parts

Punching Techniques

There are seven types: Left Hook (right hook), Right Hook (uppercut), Cross (cross), Straight, Overhand, Underhand. Each punch is unique. Some punches need more power than others. For example, an uppercut is a powerful punch. On the other hand, a straight punch requires less power but it is faster than other punches.

There are also many combinations. These are combinations of punches which work together to achieve a goal. One combination can have many parts. For example, a left hook followed by a right cross will cause damage to the opponent’s jaw.

Guard Techniques

A boxer uses his body to protect himself against attacks. He does this by using his legs, arms, elbows, hands, knees and feet.

Legs

To defend against kicks, a boxer should use his legs. If he gets kicked, he raises one leg and turns away from his attacker. If the attacker is coming from the front, he will bend at the knees to avoid getting kicked on either side. But if the attack comes in the back, he will stand straight and block the kick using his foot.

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Elbows

Elbow strikes are very powerful because they inflict great pain. An elbow strike can be delivered directly or indirectly. Directly means that your opponent is hit with your forearm. However, indirectly means that your elbow strike is delivered with another part or your arm.

Hands

Boxers use both their hands and arms to prevent incoming blows. To do so, they raise their fists above their head and move them towards the direction of the attack. Then they make contact with the attacker’s fist.

Knees

Boxers should bend their knees when receiving blows to the abdomen, stomach, or chest. Defense purposes are often served by knee strikes.

Feet

If he is being attacked, a boxer must take a step back and counter-attack. This will allow him to gain distance from his opponent. Boxers should also keep their balance when counter-attacking.

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Stances

Boxing is only possible if a boxer has a clear stance. His stance determines how he defends himself. It defines where he faces his opponent and how he positions his body. Boxers can take many different stances. Here are some of the more popular ones:

  • Low stance
  • High stance
  • Southpaw stance
  • Western stance

Body Movement

A boxer must change his position, speed and rhythm in order to win the fight. This involves changing positions, speed, rhythm and timing.

Rotation

Rotating his arm to increase the puncher’s reach is a key part of boxing. Different types of punches require different speeds for the rotation.

Combinations

The timing of each punch will determine the effectiveness and efficiency of a combination. A combination that is effective starts with a strong punch, and ends with one that is weak.

Sparring

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Sparring is an exercise session to improve boxing skills. A sparring session is where a boxer trains both his mind and his body. The goal of sparring is to learn to fight, and not to get hurt.

It is important to be patient and dedicated when learning how to box. Boxing is a sport that requires dedication and perseverance.

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