Boxing fans aren’t too keen on Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3, merely because it’s not a competitive match-up, and rightfully so. While there’s a puncher’s chance in every bout, it’s hard to imagine a scenario where Fury doesn’t get his hands raised. Moreover, having bested Chisora the two times they have shared the boxing ring, fans are calling it a “sparring session” with a high expectation that Fury is going to absolutely dominate the boxing veteran.
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) October 20, 2022
While the excitement for the fight couldn’t have been any lower, the PPV price for Fury vs Chisora 3 has divided many fans. Most of them aren’t too happy about it.
What is the PPV price for Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora 3?
Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora will step inside the boxing ring for the trilogy fight as the Gypsy King puts his WBC and Lineal heavyweight titles on the line on December 12. The event will be exclusively available on PPV and British boxing fans can stream it live on the BT Sports Boxoffice app for £26.95.
With such a lackluster outing to mark Fury’s return to boxing, the hype for the match-up is incredibly low. Moreover, with no real rivalry between the two and the past two outings being fairly one-sided, it’s hard to get the fans excited for this match-up. Now, they will have to pay £26.95 to watch it.
I’m usually one to support fights and buy ppv, but come on, that much for what you’re getting is terrible.
— james (@Tre_m9) November 22, 2022
Wouldn’t have paid a penny let alone that price.
— Rocky Ali (@rockyaliboxing) November 22, 2022
😂😂😂😂 not a bit of wonder sale of dodgy boxes are going through the roof, £27 for that 😂
— jordan mattinson (@jordanmattins10) November 22, 2022
Haahhahahahahahhjaahjahaahhaahahahahahahahahahahhahaha. Could have been £6 and none of us are buying. For almost 30 quid you can forget it.
— … (@_199KhanIm) November 22, 2022
Can’t believe it’s even PPV 🤦🏼♂️🤣
— Ian Rickaby (@I4Nnufc) November 22, 2022
Earlier, Fury had announced that “I’ll fight Joshua but only on free-to-air television”, calling himself the “man of the people”. Needless to say, his statement of making boxing fans enjoy a heavyweight showdown for free has fired back at him after the “atrocious” PPV price for his next fight. And that too, when the result is almost guaranteed to be in the favor of the Gypsy King.
Tyson fury’s the ‘man of the people’ apparently though! 🤣🤣🤣
— MC (@UtdMicah) November 22, 2022
This is the guy that said him and joshua must be free tv 🤣🤣
— SouthernToon_92 (@Southerntoon9) November 22, 2022
I love both fighters, and I did have a very small interest in the fight but that has just made the whole thing even more laughable! £26.95 for a fight nobody wants to see is mockery to boxing!
Shame on you Tyson! I thought you was better than that 😕
— BoxingBlade (@BoxingBlade) November 22, 2022
And Tyson Fury said he wanted EVERYONE to be able to watch Fury-Joshua for free…
Fury has gone from elite, fan favourite to embarrassing waste of time in a few months. SMH.
— Boxing Waffle🥊🧇 (@BoxingWaffle) November 22, 2022
When the news first broke that Fury would take on Chisora, fans had already expressed their disinterest, with some even calling it a “joke” if it were on PPV. How many PPV buys will Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora do? Only time will tell, but the early signs don’t look too promising.