DEREK CHISORA is desperate to get past Oleksandr Usyk so he can fight Tyson Fury for a third time.

And he even claimed the Gypsy King 'owes' and 'promised' him a trilogy bout.

Chisora suffered defeats in London to Fury in July 2011 and again in November 2014 – but reckons he is due another shot at the WBC heavyweight king.

Del Boy told Sky Sports: "I think it would be a great fight to have with The Gypsy King because he’s always promised me a third fight. 

"He owes me anyway because we speak every day, and he owes me that fight.

"He’s always saying he wants to give me another fight, so he’s a man of his word, so that would be the fight I would like to have.

"It’s just business. After all, so if it happens, it happens."

But first Chisora needs to get past the mighty challenge of Usyk.

The pair will go head to head in their rearranged bout next Saturday night.

However, even if he does upset the odds and land a win against the 17-0 Ukrainian making his second fight at heavyweight, Chisora will surely have to wait to face Fury.

The Gypsy King is on course to make his first defence of his WBC belt before Christmas with a performance at the Royal Albert Hall on December 5.

Carlos Takam and Agit Kabayel are among the fighters touted to challenge the 6ft 9ins giant with the Deontay Wilder trilogy looking off the cards.

Takam most memorably lost to Anthony Joshua in 2017 while the unbeaten Kabayel's highest-profile win came over Chisora that same year.

But after that – assuming both Brits win – boxing fans could finally be treated to a mammoth showdown between Fury and Joshua.

The rivals agreed a two-fight deal earlier this year with all the world heavyweight belts on the line.

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