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Tyson Fury reunites Derek Chisora ​​and Joseph Parker on FaceTime ahead of their fight in December


Tyson Fury apparently set up a FaceTime call between Derek Chisora ​​and Joseph Parker on Saturday night.

The heavyweight rivals are set to fight on December 18 – a rematch for their May fight.

Chisora ​​has shown that he has been in contact with Fury and Parker, although no video emerged of the conversation.
Derek Chisora ​​- Instagram

Chisora ​​knocked down Parker within the first ten seconds of their first meeting, but then lost by narrow split decision.

Now he will have the opportunity to settle the score just before Christmas.

Following his trilogy triumph over Deontay Wilder, Fury is back in the UK.

The “Gypsy King” basks in the glory of his historic victory and enjoys his time at home with his family in Morecambe.

Tyson Fury reunites Derek Chisora ​​and Joseph Parker on FaceTime ahead of their fight in December
Parker got the decision on Chisora
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Parker is also in Morecambe, who now trains with Fury’s cousin, Andy Lee.

The New Zealander joined Tyson on Saturday night and it appears one of them called Chisora.

Fortunately, the rivals are friendly with each other and were on good terms before and after their first fight.

Chisora ​​and Parker are able to smile and laugh on FaceTime for the time being, although that was forgotten in the ring on December 18th.

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