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Frank Warren called Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora the best two heavyweights in the world behind triple champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Their first fight was an entertaining heavyweight scrap with both fighters happy to take a shot to land one, and both displayed bravado when hit, shaking their heads as if they weren't hurt and calling for more.
At that time it was a good matchup between two up and coming fighters, but a lot has changed and there’s a lot more on the table now.
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Championship Boxing Chisora v Furystars, from 2 Fan reports
London - Excel Arena
Boxing Chisora V Fury from Denis Connolly, 02/12/14Good night of boxing, some really enjoyable bouts. Main event was poor as Chisora was hopelessly outclassed by Fury. The main event finished at 1.20am which was far too late. Ideally Saunders and Eubank would touch gloves at 9pm and Chisora v Fury at 10.15pm this would allow the event to finish by 11.30pm and give people a chance to get home on public transport. I would estimate that 10,000 people left prior to the end of the main event, which makes for a very strange atmosphere. I drove and parking at the Excel is excellent (£15) so not an issue for me. Good venue, good night of boxing but poorly managed by Frank Warren.
London - ExCeL
Saunders vs Eubank from Sam, 01/12/14Only giving 5 out of 5 as the main event (Saunders vs. Eubank) was so could. Amazing atmosphere we need at least two events like this a year. Bad points Frank packed the card and all went the 12 rounds meaning Saunders vs. Eubank didnt start till after 11 (was meant to be 9:30) and Fury vs Chisora started way past 12 by that time I had left as after the saunders fight had no energy. Unfortunately the excel is not a venue for this kind of event logistically wise (thought inside was great) and was stuck in the car park for over two hours. Added to the fact everyone missed the last trains because of the late card the roads were blocked. That put a damper on the evening but Saunders vs Eubank event was great and cant wait for the rematch one day