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Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora final drug tests results announced after Gypsy King destroys Brit rival with TKO win

TYSON FURY and Derek Chisora’s drug test results have been announced.

The old rivals collided in a Tottenham trilogy fight earlier this month – eight years after their rematch for the vacant British heavyweight title.

Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora were subjected to stringent drug testing ahead of their trilogy fight
Neither of the several tests they were subjected to returned any adverse findings

Both men were subjected to testing by UK Anti-Doping and the Voluntary Anti-Doping Agency before and after their domestic dust-up.

And the duo completed their period of testing without any adverse findings.

Undefeated WBC heavyweight champion Fury cruised to an expected victory over an ageing Chisora in front of a packed crowd at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The Gypsy King battered a dogged and determined Chisora from pillar to post before referee Victor Loughlin mercifully called a halt to proceedings.

Fury was full of praise for Del Boy after the fight, saying: “Derek will have to make his own decisions and he’s been in this game long enough.

“He’s a veteran and he will make the right decisions, the best for him and his family.

“But for me, I’d love to see him retire, but still stay in the sport because he’s a a legend of this game in British boxing, he’s like a folk hero.

“Who wouldn’t want to tune in to Derek’s fights, always entertaining, always gives his all and he’s definitely a good fighting man for sure.”

Fury is currently on course for a blockbuster undisputed title fight with unified heavyweight champ Oleksandr Usyk in March.

Usyk twice bamboozled former champ Anthony Joshua, although Fury believes fighting the undefeated Ukranian will be a walk in the park.

He told iFL TV: “I don’t think [the fight with Usyk] is a tough fight. I don’t think it’s nowhere near as tough as old Del Boy.

“He will not stand up to those punches that Derek did against me.

“When I watch the fight between him and Derek, whether people want to admit it or not, it was a 50/50 fight.

“It might have been 55/45, but it wasn’t a landslide. It wasn’t like he didn’t win a round, like he didn’t against me.

“There’s not a man born that can beat me and I’ll stand and prove it against anybody.

“I’ve proved it time and time again, I’m right there on my own.

“I’ve seen people like Usyk many times before, smaller man that come up a weight to fight the heavyweight champion and 99 per cent of the time they get roughed up.

“You can never underestimate anybody but from where I am in my life at the moment, I would want to take him out quite quickly.

“I’d like to get him in there in February, make an example out of him, then give him a rematch at Wembley.

“If the Middle East can deliver like they’ve said, we’ll do it there and if not we’ll do it in England at Wembley because I can deliver in this country.”

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