TYSON FURY has revealed he is set for surgery on his right elbow following his dominant win over Derek Chisora.

While he also clashed with both Oleksandr Usyk and Joe Joyce following the bout.

Chisora took huge punch after punch before the referee waved off the fight in the 10th round, and then BOOS rung around the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

On the undercard, Daniel Dubois was DROPPED three times in the first round, but recovered in miraculous fashion to win despite a serious injury.

  • Start time: Main event ring walks started from 9.20pm
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  • Jack Figg

    Fury calls out Usyk

    The Gypsy King has some choice words for his next potential opponent.

    Fury roared in Usyk's face: "Usyk you are next you little b****." You are getting it you little p****.

    "I am not a bodybuilder. you sucker I am going to do you as well gappy teeth. You ugly little man.

    "Let's get it on. You may laugh but I will end it now."

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  • Jack Figg

    'It was good sparring'

    Oleksandr Usyk gave a scathing review on Tyson Fury's ten-round domination over Derek Chisora.

    He said: "It was good sparring."

    The pair of unbeaten champions are perfectly set up for an undisputed super-fight next year.

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  • James Orr

    Usyk on call

    Oleksandr Usyk showed that he didn't care about Tyson Fury, when the pair came face-to-face.

    The Gypsy King disposed of Derek Chisora in ten rounds to set-up a mouth-watering bout with the Ukrainian boxer.

    And the pair faced off against one another, after the bout in a bizarre encounter.

    As Fury unleashed his fierce intimidation tactics on the champ, Usyk humorously answered a call on his mobile.

    It was a brilliant distraction that totally threw Fury's game, as he spouted off what he would do to his fierce rival.

    Usyk looked cool as a cucumber as he took a call, while the Manchester brawler barked in his face.

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  • James Orr

    Fury full quotes on elbow sugery

    Tyson Fury told ESPN: "I've got to maybe have surgery on my right elbow.

    "I had the left one done, so I've got to have it done.

    "It will take about six-to-eight weeks to heal.

    "We'll see when we can be ready for this fight."

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  • James Orr

    Breaking – Fury to have elbow surgery

    Tyson Fury has revealed in an interview with ESPN in the US that he is going to have surgery on his right elbow next year.

    This could delay the potential Usyk fight until later in the year.

  • James Orr

    Fury offers Joyce fight

    Tyson Fury has again reiterated his desire to fight Joe Joyce.

    Fury said in the ring just now: "I wanna come and call him out again.

    "No-one calls out Joyce. He deserves a world title shot.

    "If the rabbit [Oleksandr Usyk] don't fight, then me and Joe will do Wembley.

    "There you are, it's on telly."

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  • James Orr

    Brutal main event

    Before Fury's expletive-ridden clash with both Oleksandr Usyk AND Joe Joyce…there was the main event.

    And it ended in gruesome fashion for Derek Chisora.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury hails Chisora

    The Gypsy King was full of praise for his old pal after another comprehensive win.

    He said: "He's an absolute warrior and it's been a privilege to fight him three times."

    No one can ever question Chisora's heart.

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  • Jack Figg

    Threesy does it

    Here is the remarkable confrontation between Tyson Fury, Oleksandr Usyk and Joe Joyce.

    Fury and Usyk are all-but confirmed for an undisputed super-fight next year, likely in Saudi Arabia.

    But Joyce has been promised by Fury a fight if the unification falls through.

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  • Jack Figg

    Glove hate

    Fury and Chisora embrace after their third fight together.

    That is now 42 ROUNDS shared between the two spanning over a decade.

    But it was a repeat result of Fury's one-sided stoppage in their 2014 rematch as the trilogy ended in identical style.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Now here comes Joe Joyce!

    Fury calls for a Royal Rumble and says he will fight Joyce if Usyk does not face him.

    Incredible scenes inside Tottenham's stadium.

  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Now here comes Joe Joyce!

    Fury calls for a Royal Rumble and says he will fight Joyce if Usyk does not face him.

    Incredible scenes inside Tottenham's stadium.

  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Fury and Chisora go face to face ahead of their anticipated undispited fight next year.

    Fury says: "Let's get it on… I'll end you."

    He adds: "You're going to do f*** all."

  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    In his post-fight interview, Fury starts chanting Chisora's name.

    He then reveals his old rival called him a bitch in the ring.

    Chisora wants Usyk to fight Chisora next.

  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    In his post-fight interview, Fury starts chanting Chisora's name.

    He then reveals his old rival called him a bitch in the ring.

    Chisora wants Usyk to fight Chisora next.

  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Amazingly, Fury stops Chisora in round ten – exactly the same as he did in their 2014 rematch.

    An identical result almost a decade on.

    Fury left Chisora with another busted right eyes. One-sided domination.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    THE FIGHT IS OVER!

    The referee has stopped the contest after ten one-sided rounds – in a repeat result of his victory eight years ago.

    Usyk looks unimpressed ringside as the crowd also boo, but the fight could have been waved off much, much earlier.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Round 10 – Chisora is coming out swinging, showing a sense of urgency but his attack doesn't last long.

    Fury is back on the front foot, throwing his jab out and coming behind it with a rear hand, boxing 101.

    Chisora does fire back with a combination to head and body but he is showing signs of tire heading into the final two rounds.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Round 9 – Fury is just walking Chisora down, punching him around the ring, but not killer blow has gone in just yet.

    Chisora looks marked up under his right eyes and continues to walk into shots and miss with his own.

    Another one-sided round in the bank for Fury, who is running away with it on the cards.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Round 7 – Little trade off in the centre of the ring sees the pair both land right hands, the biggest chunk of action for a good while.

    Fury walks forward, landing short shots on the inside as Chisora tucks up and holds on.

    Some sneaky right hands again come through with Chisora pinned to the ropes but the challenger fires forward in retaliation.

    As the round closes out, Fury shakes Chisora back with a short right hand, the biggest sign of trouble he's shown all fight.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Round 7 – Chisora comes out firing, backing Fury up and bowling right hands over the top.

    Fury stars to become a little more aggressive, throwing his right hand.

    He finishes the round walking Chisora down, reining punches through the guard but nothing clean comes in.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Round 6 – Even Chisora has turned southpaw – guess no idea is a bad idea but it's still comfortable for Fury.

    He's landing uppercuts and hooks at will as he times Chisora walking forward.

    Chisora misses WILDLY with an overhand right but Fury did spend most the round backed up but barely troubled.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Round 5 – Fury punches Chisora into the corner and the challenger is left with a disgruntled look on his face.

    Fury turns southpaw for the first time in the fight, having dominated their 2014 rematch as a lefty.

    Chisora is managing to close the distance but can't cash in on it as he actually walks into punches in the process. Fairly one-sided so far.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Round 4 – Slowest round of the fight so far with Fury largely on the front foot behind his jab.

    Chisora ships a couple of right hands as he looks to come forward and already showing signs of frustration.

    Fury is doing a good job of walking him onto his rear hand, racking up an early lead.

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  • Jack Figg

    Fury vs Chisora

    Round 3 – Fury comes out quick in this round, landing a big right hand and gesturing to the crowd as Chisora backs up to the corner.

    Fury lands a right hand as Chisora counters with one of his own over the top, just missing.

    Chisora is doing a good job smothering Fury's shots but the champ is very quick to make adjustments.

    The two literally collapse onto each other – drawing a cheer from the crowd – as Fury finishes the round with an uppercut to Chisora.

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