'The king is coming back' – Tyson Fury demands Derek Chisora trilogy at Man Utd's Old Trafford in homecoming fight | The Sun

TYSON FURY has demanded a homecoming at Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium when he fights Derek Chisora.

The heavyweight boxing legend has already confirmed he will end his four month retirement to return for a trilogy with Chisora.


The fight is targeted for December in Wales, where Anthony Joshua has twice headlined, according to ESPN.

But Fury himself wants it at United's 70,000-seater home in front of his home supporters.

He said: "This fight with Chisora should be in Manchester, in my opinion at United football ground."

Training partner Isaac Lowe, 28, added: "Definitely,because obviously, he is the king and he's returned.

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"He's already been back in London so it's only right he comes back to his hometown in Manchester.

"And there's nowhere else better than Manchester United football ground. So, it's the Theatre of Dreams and the king is coming back."

Manchester United fan Fury, 33, announced his retirement in April after knocking out Dillian Whyte, 34, at Wembley, his first UK fight in four years.

But the Gypsy King CONFIRMED he is coming back for an unlikely trilogy with Chisora, 38, who he already beat in 2011 and 2014.

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It is claimed Goldstar Promotions – the company that handles Fury's meet-and-greets across the UK – are behind the offer.

That is despite Hall of Fame pair Frank Warren and Bob Arum leading the WBC champion's career in recent years.

Arum has confirmed he is NOT leading negotiations for Fury to fight Chisora once more.

He is instead awaiting the result of Joshua's August 20 rematch with Oleksandr Usyk, 35, where the winner is in line for an undisputed decider.

Arum told Dan Rafael: "Of course not. Nothing. What are we, crazy?

"Everybody is waiting for the fight and then we'll explore whether it's feasible to do the complete unification."

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