Finchley’s Dereck Chisora says he will be going all out to grab the WBC world heavyweight title off Tyson Fury on Saturday, December 3 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

This will be the third meeting between the two long-standing rivals and for Chisora it will be his second crack at the WBC mantle.

On the first occasion in February 2012 in Munich, Germany, the former Finchley ABC rep took then champion Vitali Klitschko the full 12-round distance

Chisora had his second loss against Fury after retiring on his stool after 10 rounds in their encounter in November 2014 at London ExCel,

WBC champion Fury, who intends on challenging Oleksandr Usyk for his WBA (super), IBF and WBO belts next year, will once again return to North London following his six-round demolition job on Dillian Whyte in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium in April.

In recent years, Chisora has been involved in two close encounters with New Zealand’s former WBO champion Joseph Parker and Whyte and one with Usyk, while defeating Cameroon’s Carlos Takam, Poland's Artur Szpilka and David Price.

He returned to winning ways in his last outing at The O2, North Greenwich in July after outpointing Bulgaria’s former world title challenger Kubrat Pulev.

“Tyson has always said there will be a third fight and the fight is here now,” said Chisora who has won 33 of his 45 pro bouts.

“I’m excited and I thank Tyson for giving me the opportunity to fight him and a shout out to his whole family.

“Is there bad blood? Not really, but I want to take what is his and make mine. I can’t box him, so I have to go in and mentally and physically take what is his to make it mine.

"For me to sit here and try and say different things, it is not the way I operate.

“Now I have to get into my mindset that there is going to be loads of leather and punches chucked. But the end goal is I have to take what is his and make mine.

"That is my whole objective for this fight, what is his I want to make mine. Physically and mentally I want to come and take it. That is how I am feeling right now, I want to physically take it off him.

“The same way he went to LA and Vegas twice, he went and physically and mentally took what was Deontay Wilder’s and made it his. This is exactly what I want to do.

"I want to come to Tottenham and physically take what is his to make it mine.”

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