Frustration continues to build after Chisora pulls out of fight this weekend.
British heavyweight Tyson Fury has conceded that he knows his detractors watch his fights hoping he loses and gets knocked out in the process.
The controversial star was speaking prior to rival Dereck Chisora’s announcement that he was pulling out of their fight in Manchester this weekend with a fractured hand.
While Fury’s comments on Twitter have unsurprisingly been picked up by the media, he has yet to issue a full statement or talk on camera about the situation, but ultimately when he does it promises to be explosive.
It is understandable considering the 25-year-old has now had three scheduled fights cancelled over the past two years, with David Haye pulling out of two fights with his domestic rival a year or so ago.
His inactivity is also an issue in terms of his career progression, and it is likely that he will now look to keep busy with a bout in the coming weeks as he awaits further news on Chisora’s recovery time and whether or not the fight can be rescheduled.
Having made the headlines with his foul-mouthed rant at the last press conference, it will come as no surprise that the following video contains strong language throughout with Fury insisting that it doesn’t bother him if people come to his shows wanting him to lose.
Ultimately, the British star is in the business to provide for his family, and the glory of boxing is of secondary importance to him as he looks to potentially set up a date with Wladimir Klitschko for a world title bout in the next year.