Tyson Fury
Fury not interested in rearranged Chisora fight despite contractual obligation.

Tyson Fury insists he is no longer interested in a fight with Dereck Chisora after the latter withdrew from their upcoming fight.

The British heavyweight duo were scheduled to meet on Saturday with the winner set to go on to face world champion Wladimir Klitschko at a later date.

However, Chisora withdrew from the contest after suffering a fractured hand in his final sparring session to ensure a frustrating 2014 continued for Fury.

Fury, 25, will instead face Alexander Ustinov in Manchester this weekend and has vowed to never step foot in the same ring as Londoner Chisora after his withdrawal.

He told reporters: "I'm not interested in Dereck Chisora, he ain't got enough credibility to lace my boots up, never mind step in the same ring. "He's a s***house who dropped his b******s in training.

"Chisora is another David Haye – a wannabe. A wannabe Tyson Fury opponent in hindsight who realises the daunting task ahead and decides 'I'll live to fight another day rather than get annihilated.'"

The undefeated Fury has been frustrated in his attempts to force his way into contention for a meeting with 38-year-old Klitschko. A much-hyped meeting with Haye was scrapped last September a week before the fight when the former WBA champion suffered a cut above his eye.

The bout was rescheduled for February this year but a career-threatening shoulder injury that has kept Haye sidelined ever since ensured the fight was cancelled outright, much to the annoyance of Fury.

"People like Dereck Chisora and David Haye are conning people, they're out to con the public, and the British Board of Control say I'm bad for boxing!" he continued.

"When I say I'm going to fight, I fight. I would fight with no eyes. There was nothing going to keep me out of that ring on Saturday.

"For him [Chisora] to have another little injury and pull out is absolutely pathetic. It is a disgrace to the world of heavyweight boxing."

Despite having a contractually-locked rearranged date with Chosora in October, Fury maintains his next challenge, should he get past Ustinov on Saturday, will be WBC champion Bermane Stiverne.

"I'm knocking this big lummox [Ustinov] clean out," added Fury. "Men like me fight anyone at any notice. I don't need a training camp to fight him."