Tyson Fury Returns Saturday with Chisora Trilogy

Tyson Fury broke his retirement claim to face Derek Chisora on Saturday in London, which will be televised in the United States via ESPN+.

"I'm pretty f---ed up with injuries," said Fury to's Mike Coppinger. "I'm like a car with half-a-million miles on it. ... My body's worn out. ... I decided to come back 'cause I was bored, basically.”

Fury, a 34-year-old modern boxing great, who defeated Deontay Wilder via knockout in the fight of the year in 2021, stopped Dillian Whyte in the sixth-round of the clash in April. With a large public outcry for an Oleksandr Usyk unification bout, or even a mega-fight with Anthony Joshua fight, Fury eventually landed on fighting a popular British boxing folk-hero in Chisora, whom he has fought and beaten twice before.

The Chisora trilogy will come nearly eight years after their second fight in which Fury stopped him in the tenth round, two fights later Fury, would become a legend by defeating Wladimir Klitschko, who hadn’t lost in 11-years.

The bout will be a tribute to both fighters as it seems Fury shares a bond with Chisora in which he wants to share the ring with him one last time, but instead of being fighters working their way up in the sport like they were in 2014. The two will now face each other when they’re both bonafide superstar, which they are now.

No matter how you feel about the fight, Fury is one of the best of the era, and the best modern heavyweight - so whenever he fights, it matters.