Deontay Wilder's coach offers Derek Chisora advice on how to beat 'vulnerable' Tyson Fury in trilogy fight | The Sun

DEREK CHISORA has been offered advice on how to beat Tyson Fury by Deontay Wilder's coach.

The heavyweight, beaten by Fury in 2011 and 2014, returns on December 3 for a trilogy bout against his old rival at Tottenham's stadium.


Not too many will have a greater insight on the Gypsy King than Chisora, who was handed a pair of one-sided defeats.

But boxing trainer Malik Scott will come close.

The American, 42, formerly sparred Fury, 34, and was part of Wilder's team for his trio of bouts against the WBC champion.

Scott was even head trainer for Wilder's most recent loss to Fury, an 11th-round knockout in October 2021.

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The British legend had to twice pick himself up from the canvas to eventually win by KO after three knockdowns of his own.

It leaves Scott well versed on both Fury's strengths and weaknesses.

He told BT Sport: "You’ve got to take advantage of his vulnerabilities right there and Derek has to do that.

"He can’t make silent agreements when he gets close, he’s got to work his free hand, you’ve got to beat Tyson Fury up on the inside as much as you can.

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"What he can’t do, is get close and allow Tyson to hold him. Tyson Fury, when he is in control, is very vulnerable.”

Wilder, 37, could remarkably work his way into a FOURTH fight with Fury after being ordered into a WBC final eliminator bout.

He is set to face Andy Ruiz Jr, 33, for the right to challenge for Fury's belt, potentially setting up yet another rematch.

Scott said: "I'm very interested in the Fury 4 fight four Deontay."


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