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Man Utd fan Tyson Fury brutally trolls Tottenham as they give him Spurs shirt ahead of Derek Chisora fight

TYSON FURY could not resist mocking Tottenham after they handed him a personalised shirt ahead of his fight with Derek Chisora.

After the collapse in talks over a Battle of Britain clash with Anthony Joshua, which won the Gypsy King £10,000 after a bet with Frank Warren, Fury will now face Derek Chisora instead on December 3 at Tottenham in a trilogy clash.

Tyson Fury trolled Tottenham after they gave him a personalised shirt ahead of his trilogy with Derek Chisora
The Gypsy King will defend his title against Del Boy at Tottenham on Dec 3

The Manchester United supporting Fury – who could potentially be Morecambe’s new owner – will also be joined at Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium by fellow heavyweight Daniel Dubois who is competing on the undercard.

The 34-year-old WBC title holder was in North London yesterday to promote the fight ahead of tickets going on sale today.

And for one of the promotional shots, the 6ft 9in powerhouse posed inside the Spurs dressing-room in front of one of their shirts that had the fight date on its back.

He then shared a shot of the image on Instagram, and he could not help himself from poking fun at the fact that his beloved United had beaten Spurs 2-0 the previous evening at Old Trafford.

Along with the words “Manchester United” and a love heart, he captioned it with: “Thank you @Spurs ! For today, December the 3rd… and last night.”

Spurs have issued a warning to anyone planning on attending on what could be a freezing winter night.

In their official announcement confirming the news, they wrote: “Please note, this will be an open-air event with a likelihood of winter conditions at the time of year it is taking place.

“Ticket purchasers are strongly advised to wear appropriate clothing on the night as all seating within the stadium is outdoor.”

Fury vs Chisora 3 will be the second boxing event to take place at Tottenham’s shiny £1bn stadium.

The 62,850-seater arena was the setting for Anthony Joshua’s first defeat to Oleksandr Usyk in September 2021.

Booking the fight at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium means that it will take place outdoors – despite potentially baltic December conditions.

The ring will be under cover, but fans seated on the pitch could be open to the elements.

The weather in London on December 3 last year peaked at 9 degrees in the day, dropping to 6 degrees in the evening.

When Frank Bruno fought Joe Bugner at the old White Hart Lane in October 1987, fighters wrapped themselves in blankets between rounds.

Not too many fans will be bowled over by Fury‘s opponent, considering how comfortably the Gypsy King won his first two clashes with Chisora.

He claimed a comfortable unanimous decision victory in 2011, before forcing Del Boy to retire on his stool in the 10th round of their rematch three years later.

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