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Cooking up a storm! Chisora vows Fury roast
18/04/2014 00:00:00
by agencies
 
 
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DERECK CHISORA has vowed to cook up a classic and leave Tyson Fury feeling the heat in July.

The pair are set for a mouth-watering all-British heavyweight clash in Manchester.

The winner will get a shot at WBO, IBF and WBA champion Wladimir Klitschko and wannabe cook Chisora, 30, is eyeing up the tasty treat on offer.

Chisora was beaten on points by Fury in 2011 - but the man who once worked under celebrity chef Jamie Oliver on a reality TV show is confident he has the recipe for success for the rematch on July 26.

He said: "Cooking is a big hobby of mine but I'm going to cook Fury up badly inside the ring. However, you want to put it - boiled, fried or roasted, Fury's getting cooked.

"He won't be able to stand the heat that I'm bringing to him so he'll definitely be leaving my kitchen, the ring, once I start turning up the heat.

"It will feel like out of the frying pan and into the fire for him compared to last time.

"I'm not going to try to get at him, I'm going to go through him. I'm going to go to him and knock him out."

Chisora's European belt is on the line as well as the British heavyweight strap - but the real prize is the shot at Klitschko. The Zimbabwe-born puncher added: "It's going to be a great fight, an amazing night and things are going to go really well for me.

"I want to make history - so does Tyson. "We are more mature fighters now and this fight is in front of 20,000 people so it is a great chance to really show we mean business. "He wants to be the best heavyweight and so do I. We are just pushing each other towards that. "I'm 100 per cent confident I will win and that I will get Klitschko."



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