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True Geordie lets fly at Tyson Fury for Pay Per View charge

Frank Warren sent out an alert on Thursday with one month to go urging fans to buy Fury vs Chisora tickets for the trilogy fight in London.

Following Tyson Fury’s win over Dillian Whyte in April, Warren set up another all-British clash, this time with 12-loss Derek Chisora.

Reaction to the clash was initially lukewarm. However, over 50,000 tickets were sold in the first few days.

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Warren told fans: “One month to go until the sensational heavyweight double-header at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday, 3 December!

“In an all-British clash, WBC and Lineal World Champion, Tyson Fury, will defend his crown against long-standing rival Derek Chisora.

“On the same night, WBA World Champion [regular only, not a recognized title], Daniel Dubois, will make the first defense of his belt against South African southpaw Kevin Lerena, exclusively on BT Sport Box Office.

“Don’t miss this great night of boxing at one of Europe’s most advanced sporting venues!”

True Geordie

It’s becoming big news that Fury vs Chisora, for the third time, made the True Geordie Podcast.

Geordie, real name Brian Davis, gave Fury both barrels about the event.

Davis told Fury directly: “You’re charging people Pay Per View, and you’ve already beaten him twice.

“He won’t put you down because he struggled so badly with you last time that the crowd was booing toward the end of the fight.

“I never said he can’t fight, though. I am saying that he shouldn’t be getting a world title fight with his record right now.

“There is a potential for people in boxing to get badly hurt if they are mismatched. I think this is a mismatch.”

Many of the paying public agree with True Geordie.

The views expressed in this article are the opinions of Phil Jay.

WBN Editor Phil Jay has over ten years of boxing news experience. Furthermore, follow WBN on Facebook @officialworldboxingnews, Instagram, and Twitter @worldboxingnews.