Derek Chisora beating Tyson Fury is compared to Leicester City winning the Premier League in 2016 during a new Pay Per View promo.
The BT Sport advert, currently running in the UK, goes with the tagline “Never Say Never” on Fury vs Chisora.
For those who like a bet on boxing and think Chisora has a chance, he’s available at a 10/1 shot or +1000.
Chisora potentially scoring a knockout of Fury appears alongside many of the biggest sporting upsets of all time.
Looking at the odds for Fury, it’s a waste of time to even place a wager at 1/20. It’s the largest-ever margin for a world heavyweight title fight on UK soil.
Fury vs Chisora
Fury’s argument with a podcaster hasn’t helped the situation, as criticism continues over the Chisora fight. Also, Fury has admitted he needs boxing to live.
“The Gypsy King,” said he’s only boxing because his mental state deteriorates when he doesn’t.
“I’m boxing today for no reasons, no gains, no goals,” Fury told BT Sport. “It’s like I’m treading water.
“My heart is not in boxing, but I have nothing else. Without boxing, I am nothing.
“Even though I’m a multi-millionaire and a family man, my passion and love affair have been with boxing since I was a child. I can’t let it go.”
Since Fury returned to fight in the United Kingdom, his opponent pool seems thinner than ever. The WBC champion believes British fans would rather see him face Chisora than a challenge they can’t pronounce.
50,000 tickets have already been sold for the event at Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium. It will take Fury’s attendance in the UK to over 150,000 in one year.
Facing Chisora is not the ideal scenario for a freezing night in London. However, if Fury puts on a show, it will all be good.
Time will tell if it was the correct decision.